Penman Fairs: Chelsea Antiques Fair Fair

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In 2018 Chelsea Old Town Hall

will be closed for refurbishments

So there will be no Chelsea Antiques Fair there.

Penmans are striving to find temporary

accommodation in mid-March elsewhere in Chelsea.

Wednesday  Noon - 8pm   
Thurs  / Fri / Sat 11am - 6pm   
Sunday 11am - 5pm

MARCH 2017 Exhibitors includeed
A. and J. Antiques               Ashleight House Fine Art

Bagshawe Fine Art              Barclay Samson Posters
Baron Fine Art                    Paul Bennett Silver 

Cantelo Furniture               Philip Carrol ceramics & bronzes

                   Carpet Restoration Studio

Eastdale Silver                    Fasion Fandango

Jill Gosling Porcela              Jeanette Hayhurst   glass

Hickmet Fine Arts                Richard Hoppe Glass & Tiles 

Jupiter Ceramics                 Wayne Long Interiors

Markov Jewells & glass        M & D Moir Glass               

Midwinter Clocks & Textiles. Morgan Srickland Decorative Arts

               Muse the Sculpture Company.            

Petersfield Bookshop           Plaza  Jewellery             

Gemma Redmond Vintage    T. Tobert Jewels & Virtu 

Shapiro & Co jewels & virtu. John Sheppard Fine Art

C Stoddart Scott ceramics   Timewise watches

Santiago Ventura Real        Roger de Ville pottery

Welbourne Fine Art            Mary Wise Antiques.

The Chelsea Antiques Fair returns now as an ANNUAL event, co-inciding with the BADA Fair just half a mile away. Many collectors, lovers of fine art and interior decorators enjoy the ability to take in 2 shows on the same day, so the co-incidence is planned for convenience. The BADA Fair opens at 11am on the Wednsday, and we follow at Noon.

Established in 1950, Chelsea used to be the highlight of the social season, alongside the Chelsea Flower Show. It has been the springboard for many major dealers who have gone on to famous Grosvenor House, Maastricht and more recently, Masterpiece Fairs - they are now leading lights in the antiques world, such as Robert Young, Wakelin & Linfield and Witney Antiques.

As the most economic of the major London Fairs, Chelsea draws to London many provincial dealers who could otherwise not afford the costs of a London event. Thus prices are always reasonable at Chelsea, and there is a chance to discover some unrecognised treasure!

Vetting is the prime factor in the maintenance of fine quality, authenticity and condition of all exhibits, which also have to bear fully descriptive price labels. Exhibitors too are vetted for their knowledge, selective stock and integrity.

The magnificent main Hall in the Old Town Hall adds grandieur, while its size contributes to the intimate and relaxed friendly atmosphere - where buyers and sellers of stylish furnishings and embellishments can enjoy discussing the fine objects on show - many of which will be going to admiring new owners in London, the provinces and indeed overseas.

Chelsea attracts many overseas visitors, who also enjoy the bustling and highly fashionable Kings Road, where there are many excellent shops and restaurants.