Penman Fairs: Chelsea Antiques Fair

2015: March 18 - 22  then September 17-20 

Open Wednesday 2 - 8pm,   Thursday 11am - 8pm,
Fri / Sat 11am - 6pm,     Sunday 11am - 5pm

Admission £5  (£6 on first day)  Last admission 30 minutes before closing

Chelsea Antiques Fair offers a Boutique style, of intimate elegance in the fine Old Town Hall, built in 1906 in 17th Century style.  Small and relaxed, the 30+ exhibitors are delighted to chat with visitors, impart their knowledge and discuss collecting in all its forms.

Standards are high, and Vetting plays a significant part in maintaining quality, authenticity and correct informative labels.  Most of the exhibitors are members of BADA  and / or LAPADA.

Chelsea Antiques Fair was established in 1950, growing a fine reputation across the globe, especially in the United States. 

March 2015 exhibitors included:
Bagshawe Fine Art     Paintings          Baron Fine Art     Paintings
Paul Bennett              Silver              Brookes Smith    Furniture
Mark Buckley            Furniture          Eastdale            Silver
Hayloft Mid Century   Furniture             Hickmet Fine Arts Bronzes & Glass 
Richard Hoppe          Glass                  Jupiter Antiques    Porcelain         
La Maestria              Decorative Arts     Paul Mayhew       Paintings            
M & D Moir                  Art glass              
Monika      Designer costume jewels  
Morgan Strickland Decorative arts         Neptune Fine Art  Modern British Art
Sue Norman       Blue & White           Pars Oriental Rug Gallery             
Petersfield Bookshop Books & prints       Plaza      Jewellery 
Andrew Reeve  Furniture & accessories  T  Robert     Jewellery         
Shapiro & Co     Jewellery & Virtu          Carolyn Stoddart-Scott Ceramics 
Santiago Ventura Real Antiques          Roger de Ville  Pottery
Brian Watson    

18th - 22nd March 2015
The March Chelsea Fair co-co-incided with the BADA Fair, just half a mile away.

The fair was official opened by Susan Hampshire OBE.

The exhibitors, all respected British dealers, will brought their finest stock, with an emphasis this time on 20th century bronzes and glass, though all disciplines  and periods will be well represented. However, you will not find Militaria, stamps, coins, postcards etc!
Sadly you won't find many Oriental items either, except Netsuke.

Our official charity is the
Childrens Hospital Trust Fund (supporting children and their families in the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital). They will be selling items on commission.

Following a very successful March fair, the next fair, on 17th - 20 September is already 3/4 fully booked.