The Mayfair Antiques & Fine Art Fair open this Thursday at the London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square. Now in its fifth year, the fair attracts an international audience, from collectors and interior decorators to museum curators and private visitors.
This year over 40 expert dealers, predominantly members of The British Antique Dealers’ Association and LAPADA will be joined by Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) scholars, who will be demonstrating their skills and selling their crafts.
Here’s a quick round-up of some of the event’s highlights.
‘Isoult la Desirous and the Forest Maidens’ by Sir William Russell Flint RA, PRWS, RSW (1880-1969), oil on panel, signed and dated 1908, 11″ x 15″, £30,000 from Atelier
Regency six light cut glass ormolu mounted chandelier, attributed to John Blades, English, c1825, £9,600 from Fileman Antiques
Cold painted bronze turkey, Vienna, c1900, £4,450 from Hickmet Fine Arts
Rare French Empire ormolu mantle timepiece of chariot surmounted by Amour being pulled by two dogs, c1810, £6,450 from Richard Price
Rare George III silver drum tea caddy by Andrew Fogelberg, London, 1773, £5,950 from Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd
An 18ct gold stag beetle brooch by Buccellati, Italian, c1920, POA from Wimpole Antiques
An Art Deco Kingfisher pottery vase by Charles Catteau for Boch Frères, Belgium, c1925, POA from Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts