If you’re planning a trip to the Autumn Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair in Battersea Park, starting today, we’ve pulled together a few of the must-see highlights. Whether you’re hooked on Scandi style or potty about Poldark there will be tempting antiques, art, design and interior pieces on display over the next six days.
An outstanding Art Deco cabinet attributed to the well-known Swedish designer Axel Einar Hjorth (active 1927-1938). The cabinet stands 145cm tall. From new exhibitor Rupert Cavendish Antiques.
A pair of C18th needlework chairs similar to those in Francis & Elizabeth’s manor house in Poldark.
A fine mid-C18th rococo mirror that would not be out of place at the Warleggan’s in Poldark.
An extremely rare, large, carved wood painted pig around 1m tall. Dating to the 1950’s. Purpose unknown! From Streett Marburg and Charlotte Casedejus.
A set of 14 Art Deco style car lithographs by Daniel Lebier (1976), a French artist, theatre set designer, who worked with fashion legend Pierre Cardin, and assisted Marc Chagall.