BADA Antiques Fine Art Fair
The BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair 19 - 25 March 2014


Duke of York Square
London SW3
Antique Dealers Association

BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair - The Finest Art & Antiques For Sale

BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair - The Finest Art & Antiques For Sale

BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair - The Finest Art & Antiques For Sale

BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair - The Finest Art & Antiques For Sale

BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair - The Finest Art & Antiques For Sale

BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair - The Finest Art & Antiques For Sale

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The BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair


Spring sunshine, record crowds and strong sales marked the 2014 BADA Fair, the only internationally renowned event exclusive to members of the British Antique Dealers’ Association. When the Fair closed on Tuesday 25 March, after seven busy days of trading, the consensus was that this had been the best BADA Fair for some years.

 

“The opening of the Fair was incredibly busy to the point where we could hardly move on the stand!” commented Laura Bordignon, Chairman of the Fair. “The quality of visitors seems to improve year on year”.

 

Sequinned showgirls selling raffle tickets proved a highlight of The Charity Gala on the opening evening of the Fair in aid of The Neuroblastoma Society. The programme of talks, an established feature of the Fair, was as successful as ever, with each talk fully booked prior to the opening of the Fair.

 

The profile of the BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair has grown and with it the profile of its visitors. High profile visitors to the fair included HRH The Duke of Kent; The Duke of Devonshire; Bob Geldof and his girlfriend Jeanne Marine, performer Holly Valance; the acclaimed photographer, Harry Benson; the actress Julie Christie; Arsenal player Theo Walcott; Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew; Made in Chelsea cast member, Mark Francis; collector Charles Saatchi and companion Trinny Woodall and the gardening guru, Alan Titchmarsh.

 

The BADA Fair 2015 will take place from 18-24 March 2015.

 

 

 

 
at the Duke of York Square, by Sloane Square, London
 

 

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BADA Fair Events

The 2014 BADA Fair special events programme.  

Event A: Thursday 20 March 2014 at 11.15am
'From Downton to Gatsby' – Jewellery and fashion
from 1890 to 1929
With Andrew Prince, Jewellery Designer  
Andrew Prince will illustrate the intimate connections between the great jewellers, couture houses and the people and events that shaped this amazing period.
 
 
Event B: Friday 21 March 2014 at 11.15am
'In Love & War' - A Guide to the Loan Exhibition 
With Colonel Peter Walton, Military Art Historian
Peter Walton uses his knowledge of historical military dress to put these works of art into context to help identify the subjects.
 
 
Event C: Monday 24 March 2014  at 11.15am
The Country Life Talk
With Dr John Goodall, Architectural Editor, Country Life
John Goodall will consider the revival of interest in Georgian art, architecture and furniture in the early 20th century and the central role played by Country Life and its specialist writers.
 
 
Full details of the talks and how to book tickets will be available soon.

News

Exhibitors save their best for BADA

18 December 2013

Exhibitors explain why they save their best pieces for the BADA Fair and comment on the high calibre of visitor they expect to meet at the BADA’s annual showcase in Chelsea each March.

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Jewellery Talk confirmed for March 2014

10 October 2013 


From Downton to Gatsby – Jewellery and fashion from 1890 to 1929

Jewellery designer Andrew Prince will talk on the intimate connections between the great jewellers, couture houses and the people and events that shaped this amazing period.

Full details to follow

 
Four new Committee members bring expertise to the BADA Fair

July 2013

There is a wealth of antiques events in the UK but the BADA Fair is the only major event that is run for the exclusive benefit of BADA members on a not for profit basis. It has a Committee that is made up of exhibiting members who work to ensure the event runs smoothly and successfully – both for its exhibitors and for its visitors. This year, the Committee gains four members who each bring new expertise and experience to the table. They are: Claudia Hill, Holly Johnson, Kaye Michie and Neil Shepperson. Find their profiles on the BADA Fair facebook page or read on.

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Chelsea, London – a prestigious residential and commercial area of central London for lifestyle, shopping and history. Few places in Europe can compare to the quality of its lifestyle retailing and fashion that can be found in this part of Chelsea. It is home to a vast range of quality dining, small luxury hotels and exclusive shops, as well as a cultural hub, with the likes of the Saatchi Gallery, Cadogan Hall and The Royal Court Theatre. Visit www.dukeofyorksquare.com for more details.

The BADA Fair

The Duke of York Square,
Chelsea, London SW3 4LY
Tel: +44 (0)20 7589 6108
Fax: +44 (0)20 7581 9083