M& D Moir - Highly Art Deco and very rare Rene Lalique opal orange (Butterscotch) Lapan
(Rabbit) Cachet signed c1925 Price £1,500


The Autumn Chelsea Antiques Fair returns to its familiar September date in addition to the March date, with an even wider variety of objects and new exhibitors. The four-day Autumn Fair will be held from Thursday, 18th to Sunday, 21st September 2014 and is also supporting a new local charity, the Children's Hospital Trust Fund.
The boutique-style feel makes this the perfect destination for anyone looking for a great variety of fine art, antiques and design. Around 40 specialist dealers have been
chosen for their expertise in each field and will bring exquisite pieces, expertly selected and displayed to the Fair, as well as objects with more affordable price tags from £50 upwards. Paintings specialists will be next to jewellery dealers, furniture beside silver, Works of Art neighbouring glass and ceramics.

Posted 20 August 2014

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New exhibitors and local charity give the Chelsea Antiques Fair
a new look this September

This Autumn, Chelsea will see many more 20th Century dealers exhibiting, including Barclay Samson, renowned dealer of 20th Century vintage posters, Art of the Imagination, experts in 20th Century and contemporary illustrations ans sculptures, while James Miles specialises in decorative works of arts from 1860 to the present day and Deco Original in art deco furniture and accessories. DB Gems will bring a wide range of period jewellery, while Marilyn Garrow is one of the leading textile dealers in the UK and Mary Wise Antiques will exhibit ceramics, ormolu and bronze, as well as a selection of pictures including Chinese rice paper paintings.
New furniture dealers exhibiting this year are Marcus Rex, Marcellino Herald, Cantelo and Broughton Antiques Restoration.
To enhance the experience, there will be guided tours around the Fair, which will encourage visitors to chat to dealers and learn more about their specialities as well as learn insider tips on collecting art and antiques in general.

The new charity - The Children's Hospital Trust Fund - was set up by a team of paediatric doctors in recognition of the fact that sometimes more than NHS funds are needed to maintain the excellent level of care in hospital for children and their families. Based on the advice of the medical trustees, they step in to support the 75,000 babies, children and their families who come to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital every year by funding state of the art medical and surgical equipment which wouldn’t otherwise be available in the hospital; from specialist play equipment for sensory rooms to million pound surgical robots.
The Spring Chelsea Antiques Fair will take place from 18th - 22nd March 2015.

Event Details:
Venue: Chelsea Old Town Hall, King's Road, London SW3 5EE
Open: 18– 21 September
Thursday 11am–8pm, Friday 11am-7pm, Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 11am-5pm
Admission: £6, but E-Tickets & details on: T: 01825 744074
For more information, images, special ticket offers or to interview Caroline Penman or any of the dealers exhibiting, please contact us by emailing or call
Silke Lohmann (07932 618754) or Rachel Aked (07790 732448).

Chelsea Old Town Hall
King's Road
UK- London SW3 5EE 

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