The Art and Antiques Fair at Olympia kicks off next week with the preview on Monday 26th June, running through until 2nd July. The Fair is celebrating its 45 year, featuring an exciting and eclectic selection of items from different eras to the present day, with prices ranging from £100 to £1000. Of those 160 specialist dealers exhibiting this year, you will find some of our very own dealers from Grays. Here is a glimpse of what is in store...
|Olympia Art & Antiques Fair. Image courtesy of Antiques Trade Gazette.|
Horton - Stand 84
LAPADA member, David Horton has 35 years experience dealing in antiques, fine art and a range of fine jewellery from the 18th century to the present.
|Charles James Pibworth, Bronze Sculpture, Dated 1906.|
Black Opal Pendant On Seed Pearl, Circa 1910.
Wimpole Antiques - Stand D20
Specialising in Victorian and Edwardian pieces that are important and remarkable emblems of 19th and 20th century jewellery.
Wimpole Antiques are also showcasing 30 pieces by Oscar Heyman at Olympia. This will be in conjunction with the publication of Oscar Heyman's book 'The Jewelers' Jeweler' by Yvonne J.Markowitz and Elizabeth Hamilton. Oscar Heyman was the only American jeweller asked to work for Cartier, Tiffany & Co and Van Cleef & Arles.
Ruby and Diamond Brooch invisibly set with natural Burma Rubies, set in platinum.
Ballerina Ring set with celebrated baguette shaped diamonds in the design of a tutu, with a centre stone that is a natural untreated sapphire.
Anthea AG Antiques Ltd - Stand B20
Member of LAPADA. Anthea specialises in fine gem-set jewellery, circa 1840 - 1940, including a stunning collection of Victorian jewellery.
Persis Antique Jewellery - Stand E13
Persis has 13 years experience dealing in a beautiful range of fine antique and vintage jewellery.
An Art Deco Natural Siam Ruby and Diamond.
An Edwardian Diamond Pendant Necklace c.1910.
John Joseph - Stand E7
Member of LAPADA. John Joseph have been established for 25 years, dealing in genuine pieces with natural untreated stones dating from the Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco and Art Nouveau eras.
|An Edwardian 1915 Pendant, with a 1.5 carat centre diamond, set in platinum.|
Serhat Ahmet - Stand 114
Specialising in Meissen, KPM Berlin, Sèvres, Vienna and other fine European porcelain and objets de vertu. Exhibiting a diverse range from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.
Meissen Large Vase with Pink Rose Bouquets, Circa 1890-1900.
Marina Oriental Art - Stand 18
Specialising in Japanese Art Meiji Era (1898-1912).
|Circa 1900 Silver, Gold and Enamel Box, Signed Japanese Meiji.|
|Resting Figure of Hotei Inkwell, Japanese Meiji (1868-1912).|
Matthew Foster - Stand E23
Matthew Foster is one of the United Kingdom's leading purveyors of the highest quality jewellry and collectables from the Art Deco, Retro, Art Modern and 1960s periods.