BADA Antiques Fine Art Fair

  9 – 15 March 2016

Duke of York Square
London SW3
Antique Dealers Association
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The Organisers of the BADA Fair 2015 are delighted to bring you a preview of selected highlights of exhibits from this year's Fair.



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BADA Fair Events

The Events programme for the 2016 BADA Fair will be available in the Autumn 2015. The 2015 BADA Fair events were: 


'Not so Shabby Chic: Juxtaposing the Old and New'

With Viv Lawes, curator, NADFAS lecturer and arts journalist.


'Hollywood Style - Jewellery and Fashion from 1929 to 1959'

With Andrew Prince, jewellery designer.


'The Hidden Treasures of Lichfield Cathedral'

With Dr John Goodall, Architectural Editor, Country Life.


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2016 Loan Exhibition confirmed

21 April 2015 


Sir Gordon Russell: Visionary pioneer of British 20th Century Design.

Gordon Russell combined skill, innovation and vision with national design leadership through a time of radical change.

A collection of pieces from the 1920s, loaned by private collections, will form the 2016 BADA Fair Loan Exhibition and will demonstrate Russell's finest personal work.  Form, honest design and superb craftsmanship supported by rarity, original archive records and discerning provenance have ensured strong and enduring interest.

New Exhibitors Lead Strong Sales at the 2015 BADA Fair

1 April 2015 

The 2015 BADA Fair closed on Tuesday 24 March 2015 after seven days of busy trading. The 99 BADA members exhibiting reported good sales throughout the event, to a wealth of international visitors.  Jeremy Taylor of The Taylor Gallery reported the best Fair of his entire career, preparing invoices totalling almost £1million whilst new Exhibitor Peter Lipitch sold their most important item of furniture, a George III marquetry ormolu-mount commode made by Henry Hill of Marlborough c. 1775, for a six-figure sum.


Several Exhibitors have reported on important sales being concluded after the Fair, illustrating the event's importance to the UK art market.


'Absolute Taste' at the BADA Fair - don't forget to book a table

12 March 2015


With less than a week to go, don't forget to book a table for lunch at the Cellini Restaurant to make the most of your visit.  Award-winning catering team Absolute Taste will offer a fabulous lunch menu, as well as providing lighter refreshments in the Duke of York Brasserie.  They will also be offering traditional Afternoon Tea in the Cellini.  For all table reservations call +44(0)20 8870 5151.

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BADA Fair Newsletter

Get all the latest news on the BADA Fair, its events, exhibitors and details of exclusive special offers to BADA Fair visitors.



Previous Issues:

No. 4 - The 2015 BADA Fair opens soon

No. 3 - Valentine’s Day 2015

No. 2 - January 2015

No. 1 - Christmas 2014

‘House & Garden Designers’ Selection 2015

The House & Garden Designers Selection at the BADA Fair

Continuing a long-standing partnership with House & Garden Magazine, The BADA Fair was delighted to host four leading interior designers, invited by House & Garden to select their favourite pieces from the 99 BADA members’ exhibiting, before it opened to the public.

The panel was made up of Douglas Mackie of Douglas Mackie Designs, Bill Bennette of Bill Bennette Design Limited – a leading Interior Design Practice; Emma Burns, a Director of Colefax & Fowler and Tom Carey, the KLC’s top student of 2014, graduating with an array of industry awards including the Heals Award for Bespoke Design.

The interior designers visited the BADA Fair the day before it opened and selected their favourite pieces – pieces which demonstrated unique style, flair, craftsmanship and individuality. The pieces were identifiable by a House & Garden show-card so visitors could look out for them when they visited.


Full details of the designers available here.