Top picks from Winter Art & Antiques Fair

With the Winter Art & Antiques Fair opening its doors next week from November 2-7, the high quality, vetted art and antiques event will feature an eclectic mix of pieces drawn from antiquity to the present day, and with prices ranging from £100 to £500,000.

We’ve chosen a few items that look set to excite visitors on the hunt for exceptional pieces in time for Christmas.

Mary Fedden OBE RA (1915-2012) Tropical Fruit, Gouache on paper
Mary Fedden OBE RA (1915-2012) Tropical Fruit, Gouache on paper, 2002, signed 4.5 x 7.5 inches paper size 12 x 14.5 inches framed size £7800. Exhbitor Thomas Spencer
A rare PAIR of early 19th century walnut commodes Italy c. 1825
A rare PAIR of early 19th century walnut commodes Italy c. 1825 £5,500. Exhibitor Geoffrey Stead
Brian Stonehouse, fashion illustrator, c1975, gouache and charcoal on paper
Brian Stonehouse, fashion illustrator, c1975, gouache and charcoal on paper. Exhibitor Henry Miller
Clarice Cliff Tennis design 369A shape vase, c1930
Clarice Cliff Tennis design 369A shape vase, c1930. Exhibitor Andrew Muir
Dunhill Aquarium Lighter
Dunhill Aquarium Lighter. Exhibitor Mark Goodger Antiques
'Dans La Nuit' by Rene Lalique
‘Dans La Nuit’ by Rene Lalique. Exhibitor David Hickmet
Decorated console table with a simulated marble top Italy, c.1800
Decorated console table with a simulated marble top Italy, c.1800, £4,500. Exhibitor Geoffrey Stead
'Careless Talk Costs Lives' by James Robinson, 1943
‘Careless Talk Costs Lives’ by James Robinson, 1943. Exhibitor Sim Fine Art
'Michael Leonard' (b.1933), Roger Coleman, 1969
‘Michael Leonard’ (b.1933), Roger Coleman, 1969. Acrylic on board, signed and dated upper right, 50cm x 60cm, 62cm x 72cm framed. Exhibitor Thomas Spencer
Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny by Warner Bros artist and illustrator Virgil Ross
Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny by Warner Bros artist and illustrator Virgil Ross. Exhibitor Haynes Fine Art

 

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