Penman Fairs: Chelsea Antiques Fair Fair

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Provisional date for 2020 
20 - 24  March
However, this is not confirmed.

Wednesday  2pm - 8pm   
Thurs  / Fri / Sat 11am - 6pm   
Sunday 11am - 5pm

Chelsea's future is uncertain.
Coming up to its 70th year, we hope to pass on the Fair to a new organiser, so that it can be refreshed, with some new ideas.
Penmans have organised around 70 antiques fairs in Chelsea Old Town Hall, since taking over the fair in 1983.
We cannot re-invent the wheel any further!

March 2019 Exhibitors included:
A. and J. Antiques                 
Barclay Samson Posters      
Paul Bennett Silver                Brown Elliott Antiques         
Mark Buckley Antiques
         Philip Carrol ceramics & bronzes
Eastdale Silver                       Fashion Fandango.
The Godai Gallery                 
Jill Gosling Porcelain           
Jeanette Hayhurst glass        Richard Hoppe  glass                   
Jupiter Ceramics                   K Contemporary                   
Wayne Long Interiors          Markov Jewellery & glass    
Melody's Antiques               Midwinter Antiques
M & D Moir Glass                Muse the Sculpture Company
Plaza Jewellery                    T. Robert Jewels & Virtu     
Rug Addiction                     
Shapiro & Co                       
John Sheppard Fine Art     
 Shine on Design, deco         
C. Stoddart Scott ceramics 
Thomas Spencer Fine Art   
Roger de Ville pottery        
Welbourne Fine Art             
Mary Wise Antiques.          Young and Son

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Established in 1950
, so now in its 70th year!
Chelsea has been 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 Grosvenor House, Maastricht and more recently, Masterpiece Fairs - they are now leading lights in the antiques world, such as Robert Young, Witney Antiques and Wakelin & Linfield.

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!

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 refurbished main Hall in the Old Town Hall adds grandeur, 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.