MARCH 2016 Exhibitors included
A. and J. Antiques Good traditional furiture & some quirky pieces
Amherst Antiques Tunbridge ware
Bagshawe Fine Art British & European pictures 1650-1950
Baron Fine Art Paintings, all genre & ages
Paul Bennett English Silver
Mark Buckley 19th C furniture & accessories
Jill Gosling English porcelain & pottery
Hayloft Mid Century furniture & art
Matthew Holder Early European artifacts & Netsuke
Holland Murray Fine Art Paintings, esp St Ives school.
Richard Hoppe Art glass, scents & tiles
Jupiter Antiques Mainly English Ceramics 1750-1890
Wayne Long Interiors Smart formal furniture
Paul Mayhew Paintings across the centuries
Markov Jewellery glass and bronzes
S & A Marsh Silver for the Dining Room
M & D Moir 20thC glass, esp Lalique & Galle
Monika Designer jewellery & accessories
Morgan Strickland Arts Nouveau & Deco, arts & crafts
Muse the Sculpture Company, contemporary bronzes.
Petersfield Bookshop Antiquarian Books & prints
Plaza Spectacular 20th C Jewellery
John Sheppard Paintings, esp marine subjects.
Carolyn Stoddart Scott English Ceramics 1780-1880
Santiago Ventura Real General antiques
Roger de Ville Staffordshire figures & comemoratives
Welbourne Fine Art Paintings, mainly watercolours
Wilsons Antiques 18th & 19th Century Furniture & accessories
The Chelsea Antiques Fair is now to become an ANNUAL EVENT in March, co-inciding with the BADA Fair just half a mile away.
This was announced during the March 2016 Fair, thus effectively cancelling the proposed September 2016 Fair.
The Old Town Hall will undergo major refurbishments which will close it from April 2017 to October 2017.
This means that the planned 15-19 March 2017 fair can go ahead, and it will indeed co-incide with the BADA fair. We will open at 2pm on Wednesday, 3 hours after the BADA Fair opens.
Further details on the March Chelsea Fair will be issued in the autumn of 2016.