Hickmet Fine Art – “Cleopatra” bronze and marble sculpture by Demetre Chiparus (1866-1947).Height 25 cm and width 40 cm. Circa: 1925. Priced at £15,500.
Event: The Pavilions of Harrogate Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair Organiser: Cooper Events Venue: Railway Road, Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate HG2 8NZ Date: 27 -29 January 2023 FOLLOW THIS ORGANISER:
John Newton Antiques – A rare German Studio Pottery salt-glazed charger decorated in sgraffito with astylised design depicting ‘George slaying the dragon’. 41cm across and further enhanced with traditional enamels. Signed Wim Mühlendyck and dated 1974.
ABOUT THIS FAIR:
The Pavilions of Harrogate Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair returns for the winter edition, from 27 -29 January 2023.
The event features more than 45 specialist dealers dealing in quality exhibits both rare and decorative pieces dating from c1600 to the present day.
One of Yorkshire’s leading specialists, Elaine Phillips Antiques will be exhibiting. The company has a history going back to the 1960’s, when Elaine Phillips Antiques were based in Harrogate for many years. Today, Elaine’s daughter, Louise Phillips, runs the family business from premises near Leyburn and sells to clients across the country. Louise also provides a complete interior design service and also holds the post of Chairman of the British Antique Dealers’Association (BADA).
Among exhibits belonging to Elaine Phillips Antiques will be fine set of late eighteenth century ladderback Lancashire country dining chairs, a very fashionable and useful large 19th century oak farmhouse table and a fine and rare 17th century oak wall cupboard.
Organiser Sue Ede from Cooper Fairs: “Antiques have proved to be the most sustainable of all kinds of interior design and decor. Collectors take enormous pleasure in adding rare and unique pieces to their home, bringing charm, character and practicality to their day-to-day surroundings.”
Scarab Antiques – Jewels by Scarab orange tourmaline diamond & platinum & 18ct yellow gold ring. Priced at £6,950.
WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:
Expect to see a range of fine paintings, Persian rugs, garden statuary, traditional and mid-century modern furniture to eye-catching, ceramics, glass and objets d’art.
Several specialist dealers will be joining the fair, including Hickmet Fine Art from London, showing fine Art Nouveau and Art Deco bronzes and glass. Among their many spectacular exhibits will be a superb cold painted bronze depicting a reclining Cleopatra by the famed sculptor Demetre Chiparus (1866-1947), priced at £15,500.
David Hickmet will also be showing a selection of fine early 20th century glass, including pieces by Emile Galle, Rene Lalique, Loetz and the Daum factories.
Also joining the fair for the first time will be Opus Antiques from the West Country, specialising in rare and collectable treen and small furniture; and Alan Coutts from Scotland with a range of ceramics, glass and collector’s items.
Regular exhibitors include Granta Fine Art, specializing in 20th century Modern British paintings, Saul Greenstein with fine 19th and 20th century jewellery and Rowles Fine Art with 20th century and contemporary works and sculpture.
Art Deco ceramics, glass and silver will be on display from Brian Ashbee and Wes Wotruba Antiques; John Newton Antiques offers 20th century studio pottery and porcelain; Garret & Hurst promise a superb collection of French and European bronze sculpture, and Highland Antiques will specialise in antique silver.
Showing furniture and decorative pieces will be Mark Buckley Antiques late Victorian and early 20th century walnut furniture and bronzes, and Melody Antiques with country furniture and collectables.
Other specialists include Hispanic Antiques, showing Spanish sculpture and unusual collector’s pieces; Shapiro & Co with 19th and 20th century British and European jewellery and silver including pieces by Faberge; Plaza with 19th and 20th century jewellery; Slades Antiques showing interior design pieces for the home and garden, and Bottlebrook Antiques with 18th and 19th century porcelain including rare coffee cans.
Elaine Phillips Antiques – A rare pair of 17 th century high-back Oak chairs, possibly Welsh, with finely carved details. Priced at £2950.
Opus Antiques – A Rare Pictorial Puzzle – illustrations of English History, circa 1820.Priced at £880.
Admission: Public Admission is £5.00. Open Times: Friday – Sunday 11am-5.00pm.
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Cover Image: Scarab Antiques – Jewels by Scarab orange tourmaline diamond & platinum & 18ct yellow gold ring. Priced at £6,950.