Antiques and fine art fair visits London for annual showcase
The British Antique Dealers' Association (BADA) is set to hold its annual fair in London as part of its 20th anniversary celebrations.
Residents of the capital, as well as those staying in central London hotels during the fair, will have the opportunity to take advantage of the prestigious event, hosted in Duke of York Square.
Starting from Wednesday March 21st and lasting for one week, 100 members of the BADA will be offering some of the finest furniture, jewellery, ceramics and paintings up for sale - a rare chance to purchase from such a wide selection of high quality pieces rarely brought together in one location.
All of the exhibitors are members of the BADA and, as such, have a vast range of expertise in their ranges.
Newcomers to the event include the likes of Hansord, Marris, Mitchell Paintings and Rollitt, whilst a loan exhibition will also include some of Europe's most exclusive and finest examples of craftsmanship from the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries. These will boast polearms from the Royal Courts of Europe, taken from some of the world's most comprehensive private collections of etched and gilded hafted weapons.
Set in Duke of York Square - located in Chelsea and just next to Sloane Square - the event will provide fine dining facilities on top of access to some of the most impressive antique pieces in Europe.
With many top hotels in London nearby and the event only scheduled to last for a week, an influx of enthusiasts for fine art could well be expected given the scope of what the BADA's annual fair has to offer.
Considering it is the organisation's 20th anniversary, the BADA can be expected to pull out all the stops in celebrating its latest milestone.