Browse an extensive range of more than 30,000 traditional and modern pieces of art and antiques on sale at the Winter Olympia Art & Antiques Fair, as it returns to Olympia for its 25th year.
The show, which attracts more than 20,000 visitors - from collectors, to interior designers and individuals looking to add to their home - brings together 120 dealers to show off high-quality furniture, jewellery, silver, sculptures, paintings, glass, textiles and more. The fair is run in association with the UK’s top trade associations, BADA and LAPADA, and each piece is checked by experts prior to going on display to ensure its quality and authenticity.
This year’s highlights include jewellery by Paul Flato, a Tiffany & Co. clutch and furniture by Gillows of Lancaster. The event programme offers talks by The V&A on historic wallpapers, art deco travel, and artists’ houses; demonstrations by the BBC Antiques Roadshow’s Alastair Dickenson on identifying the authenticity of a piece of silver; and tours of the fair by art consultant Vanessa Curry. Running alongside Asian Art in London this year, the fair will also exhibit and put on sale the works of the Chinese sculptor Chen Dapeng for the first time in the UK.