The annual and much-anticipated BADA Fair will be held from the 9th to 15th March 2016 at Duke of York Square, on the King’s Road.
It is the leading event for sourcing antiques and fine art of assured quality and authenticity, showing a diverse range of important furniture, objets d’art and paintings.
FIVE REASONS TO VISIT THE BADA FAIR:
1. The variety of stock – from Turner to Banksy, 18th century furniture to contemporary sculpture…there is something for every taste and style.
2. You can buy with confidence – all objects are pre-vetted to ensure authenticity and quality.
3. The expert knowledge – meet and buy from some of the best dealers in UK.
4. The finest quality stock – BADA dealers only bring their best items to the Fair so collectors can find rare and exquisitely beautiful items.
5. The location – the fair is held on the King’s Road in the heart of Chelsea surrounded by other luxury brands.
Holly Johnson Antiques is renowned for her modern and contemporary furniture and objects by well-known designers. The wonderful array of Fornasetti furniture and objects on her stand continue to be a draw for collectors.
A new exhibitor this year is Messum’s, a noted specialist in British Impressionist, Modern British and Contemporary painting and sculpture. This brightly coloured canvas by Rose Hilton is a particular highlight.
Wakelin & Linfield will bring some beautiful examples of primitive English furniture, which are versatile pieces to incorporate into a home. The clean, elegant lines of this shawl-back Windsor Chair mean it could be placed either in a city apartment or a country house.
Christopher and Angela Legge (Legge Oriental Carpets) have a fantastic eye for exquisite carpets and textiles, both modern and antique, with bold designs and jewel-like colours.
Thomas Coulborn & Sons is bringing a wonderful selection of some of the finest antique furniture and works of art, but also some surprising and charming decorative objects such as this carved, fruitwood lion.
Tickets cost £10 each or £15 for two