Professionally organised friendly and inviting events with respected exhibitors offering antiques, decorative arts & jewellery/accessories from the Classic to Mid-20th Century Modern for all tastes & styles & occasions.
2019, the organisers were once again offered another long established 2day bi-annual London fair in the heart of fashionable Kings Road, Chelsea. Established in 1980, it was relaunched in March 2020 under the Dovehouse brand & retitled ‘Little Chelsea Decorative Arts and Antiques Fair’ to incorporate the blend of quality antiques, jewellery/accessories it is noted for, with the demand for the decorative arts for the homer Interior from the classic the mid-century design which proved to be a great success.
DORKING HALLS ANTIQUES & DECORATIVE ARTS FAIR
With its friendly and relaxed charm, the Dorking Halls Antiques & Decorative Arts Fair offers an amazing variety of artifacts with specialisms in glass, silver and ceramic too furniture, mirrors, paintings & decorative arts for the home interior not to mention lovers of jewellery/accessories. From early Classical & named makers/designers, the Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Arts and Crafts to the mid-century Scandinavian, the Asian & tribal arts and the sublime to the weirdly wonderful makes this fair so unique for all tastes, styles and budgets.
LITTLE CHELSEA DECORATIVE ARTS & ANTIQUES FAIR
Among the relaxed grandeur of the Chelsea Old Town Hall, the ‘ Little Chelsea Decorative Arts & Antiques Fair’ is a ‘must’ so admired by regular visitors and a destination for the decorators, designers, dealers, collectors and home making enthusiasts. Blending the decorative arts & antiques for the home interior; furniture, textiles, mirrors, rugs, lighting with specialisms including fine art, maps, glass, ceramic, silver & bronzes for those statement pieces. From the Classical to mid-20th century modern, English, European, tribal & Asian arts not to mention jewellery/accessories- classical, high end costume and the popular organic Scandinavian design – all under one roof.
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