The Chelsea Antiques Fair returns twice to the Old Town Hall in 2014

. February 17, 2014

After last year’s successful re-launch, The Chelsea Antiques Fair will return to the Chelsea Old Town Hall twice in 2014. One of the highlights in every antiques lover’s diary, the Spring Fair will take place from Wednesday, 19th to Sunday, 23rd March 2014.

The Fair, which was established in 1950, prides itself on its boutique style set up with a great variety of traditional art & antiques and a time line up to mid 20th Century. Around 35 specialist dealers have been chosen for their expertise in each field and will bring exquisite highlights to the Fair, as well as objects with more affordable price tags from £100. The friendly Fair is known as the perfect place to chat to dealers and learn more about their specialities and collecting art and antiques in general.

This year’s Fair promises some great discoveries for collectors, investors and anyone decorating their home. Generalists like Mark Stacey, known for his appearances on BBC Antiques programmes, will exhibit next to British paintings specialists, jewellery dealers, oak furniture experts and Works of Art dealers, specialising in glass, ceramics, silver and
Images from last year’s fair and new images from Nicholas Bagshawe, Peter Bunting, Shapiro, Jupiter, Paul Mayhew, T. Robert, M&D Moir, Marsh.
textiles.

There will also be a more active angle to the fair, with some live demonstrations of carpet restoration on the Pars Rug Gallery stand and talks by antiques and art specialists and interior experts.

This year’s Fair will again support the Hearing Dogs charity, with a percentage of sales from selected objects going directly to the charity.
The Autumn Chelsea Antiques Fair will take place from 17-21 September, 2014.

Event Details:
Venue: Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, London SW3 5EE Open: 19 – 23 March,

Wednesday 2-8pm, Thursday 11am – 8pm, Friday – Sunday 11am-5.30pm

Admission: £5, but E-Tickets & details on: www.penman-fairs.co.uk. T: 01825 744074

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