News & Events

February 2015

February 2015

Featured here is a photo of our latest stand at the Decorative Fair in Battersea Park. Most of the items shown here sold, including the pair of very good sycamore and parchment commodes by Suzanne Guiguichon, the elegant French 1940’s mirror, some of the lighting, paintings and a couple of tables. Our impressive portrait , by […]

January 2015

January 2015

We wish all our clients and friends a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015. Come and visit us at the next Decorative Fair from Tuesday 20th January  until Sunday 25th January. Should you require an invitation, please contact us.

December 2014

December 2014

With the  end of 2014  fast approaching, we can reflect upon the last years business. The Decorative Fair in Battersea Park is increasingly successful, attracting new clients from further afield and foreign buyers as well. Amongst our recent sales are a Venini Ceiling light,  a large selection of art both figurative and abstract; a Guiglielmo Ulrich armchair, a […]

November 2014

November 2014

Our most recent addition is this large striking action painting canvas by the French artist Yves Corbassiere. Born in 1925, this eccentric artist is still working and producing ever evolving styles of paintings. This painting dates from the 1960’s when Corbassiere was highly influenced by action painting.

October 2014

October 2014

The Autumn Decorative fair ended on Sunday. A steady flow of clients came to this popular fair and we made some great sales to existing and new clients. Amongst our important sales was a rare pair of gilded iron coat hooks by Jean Royere. A re-upholstered pair of French armchairs by ARP. A pair of […]

September 2014

September 2014

Preparations are now under way for the next Decorative Fair in Battersea Park. This takes place from the 30th September until Sunday 5th October. We will be exhibiting in our usual stand. Amongst our recent acquisitions are a couple of Quinet gilt metal coffee tables. A mirrored framed mirror after Max Ingrand. A fantastic rosewood […]

August 2014

August 2014

We will be away in France for the month of August sourcing new items which will be regularly updated to the website. One great find is an exquisite small bronze sculpture by the artist Etienne Hadju. 1907-1996. Hadju trained in Budapest and then studied in Vienna at the Classical Art Studio of Antoine Bourdelle and […]

July 2014

July 2014

July sees the end of one of its important  summer fair and auction seasons, as London prepares to retire from its busy schedule during the month of July and August. Masterpiece London as usual did not fail to impress. Exhibitors brought the best of their stock, showing in the temporary purpose built marquee  a vast and very selective presentation […]

June 2014

June 2014

The month of June is always a busy time of year for the antiques and art market. The Fine Art Fair at Olympia will open its doors on Thursday 5th June followed by Art Antiques London from the 12th -18th June and ending with Masterpiece from the 26th-2nd July. All three fairs are amongst the best […]

May 2014

May 2014

Some interesting objects, Biot glass vases, a big Vallauris ceramic bowl and ceiling lights were among the stock recently sourced on our trip to France.  This elegant bronze vide poche has an unusual shape and the good quality is typical  of the bronze ware that was produced in the 1960s in France at the time.

April 2014

April 2014

The Spring Decorative Fair in Battersea Park will be taking place in a few weeks time. Unfortunately due to other work commitments we will be missing this fair, however we will be back in October in our normal spot. A forthcoming  buying trip will take us to France, so more stock will be added to the […]

March 2014

March 2014

A stand became available at the last hour at the Little Chelsea Antiques Fair on the Kings Road, so we grabbed the opportunity to exhibit there. Just two days long, this well established fair with a famous reputation for selling antiques from £10 to £10,000 attracts many potential buyers.  Exhibiting more of a varied stock […]