New exhibitors all set for Decorative Fair

Exhibitors and dealers are gearing up for the upcoming Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair Battersea, which takes place in London from May 9 to 14, with a number of first-time businesses taking part in the popular event. New exhibitors at this Fair include:

Anthony James & Son Ltd (London): Member of BADA & LAPADA. 18th & 19th century furniture, objects and decorative items.

Cal Smith Gallery (London): Cal Smith is a dealer of Modernist and Brutalist artworks with a particular focus on relief wall sculptures. He is a trained restorer and conservation framing expert. Cal will be presenting his large collection of exceptional works by the late Ron Hitchins (1926 – 2019).

Disquarded (Kent): Adam Green focuses on original antiques for the home and garden and unusual decorative items from the UK & France.

Florence Evans Fine Art (London): Art dealer and art historian specialising in 20th Century British pictures, sculpture and ceramics, with a focus on female artists.

Holtby & Co (Dorset): Young dealer specialising in unusual country house furniture, antiques and objects from 16th – 20th century.

An Edwardian high back sofa
An Edwardian high back sofa In yellow gold velvet striped upholstery – c.1905. On square tapering legs with capped brass and ceramic castors. Exhibited by new exhibitor Holtby & Co

Loveday Antiques (Hertfordshire): For over 50 years Loveday Antiques has specialised 18th – 20th century furniture, objects and works of art. Members of BADA & LAPADA.

Regency period double-sided five-fold chinoiserie screen
An early 19th-century Regency period double-sided five-fold chinoiserie screen, decorated with Chinese figures and landscapes. On show by new exhibitor Anthony James Ltd
Rococo carved silver gilt mid-18th century  console table
Italian Rococo carved silver gilt mid-18th century console table. £5,800 from Geoffrey Stead