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Impasse St Jacques, 17, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Tuesday to Friday, from 10 to 12.30 a.m. and 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, 11 to 1 pm and 3 to 6 pm. Ambre Congo was founded in 1974. In 1981, a preview organised by Mr. Pierre Loos and three colleagues led to the foundation, in 1989, of BRUNEAF (the Brussels Non-European Art Fair) and its non-profit organisation. Pierre Loos is president of BRUNEAF. The BRUNEAF catalogue is published annually, along with ´L´Afrique disparue´ (Ed. Skira).
The Edenbridge Galleries, 1 The Square, Church Street, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 5BD, England
Amherst Antiques specialise in 18th- to 20th-century Tunbridge Ware, a marquetry technique developed in the Tonbridge & Tunbridge Wells area of Kent. Their stock includes rare and interesting examples of Tunbridge Ware, which provide exciting choices for the collector. The business was started by Dianne Brick, the daughter of a fine art auctioneer. Dianne was brought up in an environment involving antiques and has been dealing under the Amherst Antiques name since 1985. She operated initially from her own shop at Sevenoaks in Kent, where she became known for her quality 19th-century ceramics & Tunbridge Ware. It was during this time that, together with her husband Ivor, she also exhibited at many of the major antiques fairs such as those at Olympia and the NEC. In 2000 she decided to close the shop and concentrate on the fairs. This provided Dianne with a further opportunity to pursue her interest in Tunbridge Ware more fully. This has now resulted in her working time being devoted exclusively to this fascinating subject and in her organising an annual programme of events for collectors. All who come into contact with Dianne are struck by her enthusiasm for her subject and the breadth of her knowledge. In 2007 Dianne & Ivor were invited to join Lennox Cato at his new venture, The Edenbridge Galleries, where they actively promote their Tunbridge Ware, welcoming collectors both from the local area and from further a-field.
69 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4BG, England
Amir Mohtashemi is a leading specialist in Indian and Islamic art. His experience in this field spans over 25 years and today his advice is sought by private collectors and museums worldwide. Amir Mohtashemi Ltd is located on Kensington Church Street in London and showcases Indian and Islamic works of art with a particular interest in cross-cultural material. The gallery exhibits a range of items including paintings and miniatures, ceramics, metalwork, furniture, textiles and arms and armour. Amir strives to acquire important, rare and interesting objects which have a credible provenance. Each year the gallery participates in prestigious art fairs namely TEFAF Maastricht, Masterpiece London and Asian Art in London. The gallery has sold works to major museums including: Asian Civilisations Museum (Singapore), The British Library (London), Indian Heritage Centre (Singapore), Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Ismaili Council for Canada (Toronto), Kiran Nader Museum of Art (New Delhi), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Musée Guimet (Paris), Musée du quai Branly (Paris), Museo de Arte de Lima, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Newark Museum and the Sadberk Hanim Muzesi (Istanbul).
Ruiz de Alarcón 27, E 28014, MADRID, Espagne
Ana Dâmaso - Galeria Microarte
Av. de Roma, 48 B,Loja 23, Lisboa, 1700-348 L, Portugal
Anatol Carpets, Kutlu Nurtaç
Wassergasse 4, Postfach, St. Gallen, CH - 9004, Switzerland
Ancanthe t/a The Huntress
Sydney Antique Centre, 531 South Dowling Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010, Australia
Anderson Wallrock Nautical Antiques
Gosport Street, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 9BB, United Kingdom
Leading specialists in luxury maritime antique furniture, works of art and nautical paraphernalia. Anderson Wallrock Nautical is an exciting collaboration between sailing mad duo Tim Anderson and Charles Wallrock, both established antiques dealers for over 30 years and passionate yachties. Being antiques themselves, Tim and Charles have amassed a wealth of knowledge and have become leading global maritime dealers.
16 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PL, England
JMW Turner John Constable Thomas Gainsborough William Blake John Ruskin Richard Parkes Bonington Sir Thomas Lawrence John Sell Cotman Henry Fuseli Richard Dadd Thomas Girtin Samuel Palmer Francis Towne John Robert Cozens Dante Gabriel Rossetti Edward Burne-Jones David Roberts John Frederick Lewis
PO Box 5210, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 5BW, England
Andrew Dando is the third generation to run an antiques business, in his case based in the historic riverside town of Bradford-upon-Avon, and specialises in English pottery and porcelain, with an emphasis on Staffordshire items. Amongst Andrew Dando’s stock can be found 18th- and 19th-century English porcelain from the factories of Bow, Worcester, Derby and Minton, together with Spode and Staffordshire pottery. There is also a selection of Continental pieces ranging from tableware in the form of sauceboats and plates to more decorative pieces. Andrew’s grandfather, also Andrew, began trading in 1915 from Midsomer Norton as a general antique dealer, and after serving in the Great War, moved his business to Bath. In 1947 the company supplied a Hepplewhite secretaire bookcase which was a wedding gift for HRH Princess Elizabeth and HRH Prince Philip from the city of Bristol. It was filled with Bristol porcelain and glass. Andrew’s son Gordon worked in the business for many years before handing the mantel on to his own son Andrew. Both Gordon and Andrew have served as regional representatives to the BADA Council and Andrew, together with his wife Janice, is a regular exhibitor at a number of antiques fairs across the country. He is also a vetter at many antiques fairs and was the first ceramics dealer based outside London to win the ‘Best Specialist Dealer’ award (ceramics section) at the British Antique & Collectables Awards (BACA). The business has also featured in the Independent newspaper’s list of the Fifty Best Antiques Shops in the UK.
Andrew Lovatt Antiques
By appointment, Staffordshire, UK
Nineteenth Century English and Continental furniture and paintings
Andrew Muir Decorative Arts & Design Ltd
My fascination with Clarice Cliff and Art Deco pottery, started with the purchase of a small damaged Cliff designed candlestick that I picked up for £25 at my local auction.
Slonimskiego 19/42, Warszawa, Poland
Paseo de Gracia, 55 1º, Barcelona, 8007
Denneweg 3A, The Hague, 2514 CB, The Netherlands
Continental furniture, glass, metalware and porcelain, Oriental & Continental pottery and porcelain, pewter.
25 Quai Voltaire, 75007 Paris
The gallery was founded by Huguette Berès in 1952 and is now run by Anisabelle Berès-Montanari, her daughter. The third generation, represented by Florence Montanari, is already present. The twin focus of the gallery has been, from day one, on the Japanese graphic art and modern and contemporary art. Besides the Nabis artists (Vuillard, Bonnard, Denis, Roussel), the gallery displays artists from the early 20th century, including cubist artists like Picasso, Braque, Gleizes, Survage, Lipchitz and Herbin, abstract artists like Nicolas de Staël and Max Ernst and contemporary artists like Antoine Poncet and Pierre Lesieur. The Galerie Berès participates in prestigious art fairs around the world: the Paris Biennale, the European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht, the New York Salon Art & Design, and the Brussels Antiques & Fine Arts Fair.
Grays Antiques Centre, 58 Davies Street, London, W1K 5LP, England
Established in Davies Street, London, for 40 years, the firm of Anita Gray deals in Asian and European porcelain and works of art. Their specialty is Chinese porcelain from the 16th- to the 18th-century made for the Imperial court, domestic and export markets. Clients range from major museums in Europe, the USA and the Far East to private collectors and people who just happen to find us and discover how intriguing and pleasurable it is to handle an object made so long ago. Anita Gray has arranged a number of lectures in Davies Street, inviting museum curators and academics both from here and abroad to talk about their collections. They have also published a number of catalogues.
Ann Kendall Richards, Inc.
157 East 74th Street, New York, 10021, USA
Ann Kendall Richards, Inc. are specialists in 19th and 20th century European and American masterworks and Prints including works by Picasso, Matisse, Loiseau, Wyeth, Barbizon School painters, Holsoe, Whistler and Hockney.
Annabel Thomas Fine Art
12 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, W1K 2ND, UK
Artists Represented: Robert Adams Frank Auerbach Francis Bacon Edward Bawden Peter Blake Sandra Blow Gerald Brockhurst Alexander Calder Patrick Caulfield Alan Davie Frank Dobson Jean Dubuffet Richard Eurich Lucian Freud Terry Frost John Gibson Eric Gill Antony Gormley Barbara Hepworth Roger Hilton Charles Sargent Jagger Naum Gabo Anish Kapoor Anselm Keifer Leon Kossoff Gerald Laing L S Lowry Henry Moore William Nicholson William Orpen Samuel Palmer Grayson Perry Marc Quinn Eric Ravilious Gerhard Richter Jenny Saville William Scott Sean Scully Walter Richard Sickert Stanley Spencer Graham Sutherland William Turnbull Keith Tyson Andy Warhol Ai Wei Wei Christopher Wood Francesca Woodman Liu Xiaodong
Rue de Stassart, 100, Bruxelles, 1050, Belgium
The gallery specializes in Italian design from 1920 to 1980 as well as French, American and Belgian decorative arts of the 20th century.
Anne Schofield Antiques
36 Queen Street, Woollahra, NSW, 2025, Australia
Annely Juda Fine Art
23 Dering Street, London, W1S 1AW, England/United Kingdom
ROGER ACKLING ANTHONY CARO ALAN CHARLTON EDUARDO CHILLIDA CHRISTO & JEANNE-CLAUDE LESLEY FOXCROFT GLORIA FRIEDMANN KATSURA FUNAKOSHI STEFAN GEC PHILIPP GOLDBACH ALAN GREEN NIGEL HALL WERNER HAYPETER DAVID HOCKNEY SIGRID HOLMWOOD MALCOLM HUGHES DUAN JIANYU PETER KALKHOF TADASHI KAWAMATA LEON KOSSOFF DARREN LAGO EDWINA LEAPMAN CATHERINE LEE MICHAEL MICHAELEDES JOHN McLAUGHLIN FRANCOIS MORELLET DAVID NASH SARAH OPPENHEIMER ALAN REYNOLDS YUKO SHIRAISHI JÁNOS SUGÁR SUZANNE TREISTER GRAHAM WILLIAMS ESTATE OF PRUNELLA CLOUGH ESTATE OF NAUM GABO ESTATE OF KENNETH & MARY MARTIN ESTATE OF VORDEMBERGE-GILDEWART ANNELY JUDA FINE ART ALSO SHOWS WORKS OF THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY AVANT-GARDE BAUHAUS, DE STIJL AND RUSSIAN CONSTRUCTIVISM.
Annemarie Verna Galerie
Neptunstrasse 42, Zurich, 8032, Switzerland
The gallery was founded 1969 by Annemarie and Gianfranco Verna. At the heart of its programming is a group of artists rooted in the break-through period of the late 1960's and early 1970's. It maintains that this new definition of art, of the gallery space, and of the artist's role constitutes the basis of postwar art.
Annsons Antiques Co.
Tainan City, Taiwan
Founded in 2003, ANNSONS is an European antique specialist based in southern Taiwan.ANNSONS specializes in French and English antiques, with a dealer network of 1,500, making between 4 to 6 buying trip a year and bringing in over 15 containers. ANNSONS is a family run business with 2 generations working together in the business, serving private collectors, shops, museums and working with designers for commercial spaces. For us ANNSONS is not just a business, but a family vocation, one which the whole family is involved in across two generations with the third generations already growing up in the business. We are not passionate just about the antiques, but the history, culture and art of Europe, a passion we love sharing with fellow collectors. 安森國際走過15年的在地耕耘，精挑細選出最頂級的歐洲古董並且位於健康路二段287號成立專為收藏家所成立的典藏館，同時為了滿足不同客層需求在永成路三段566號的旗艦店依舊有著非常廣泛的物件供大眾挑選。 本店成立於2003年，以英法為主的歐洲古董，每年4-6次的採購，15次以上的貨櫃進口，是台灣最大的歐洲古董進口商。十幾年來持續不斷的人脈累積造就了超過一千五百位以上的歐洲古董業者網絡，讓喜愛歐洲古董的藏家與店家，策展人與博物館可以找到收藏所缺失的那件寶物。 安森國際自成立以來的宗旨是透過專業的資訊，透明的價格，熱誠的服務讓更多喜愛古董收藏的朋友可以更容易加入藏家的行列，對經營團隊來說這不只是一個工作而是一個『family business』，全家人一起投入的志業，從古物延伸到歐洲文化將古董收藏代代相傳，為文化保存與歷史價值的再現盡一份心力，並且與所有志同道合的藏家朋友們一起分享這份共同的熱情。
Via Bonaventura Cavalieri 6, Milano, 20121, Italy
C/ Alcalá, 52, MADRID, 28014
Anthea A G Antiques Ltd
Stand 154-155, Grays Antiques Centre, 58 Davies Street, London, W1K 5LP, England
Anthea A G Antiques Ltd is run by Anthea Gesua with the help of Gaby Ruthven and has been in Grays Antiques Centre, London, since the early 1980s. They deal in pretty gem set jewellery from the 19th to the 21st centuries, with a selection of signed pieces from the important jewel houses. They carry a varied stock including a selection of men's cufflinks and ladies diamond watches, as well as good period rings and earrings. Anthea grew up with a mother who was an avid collector of antiques including jewellery which is what initially sparked her interest. After training as a teacher, she was so drawn to antique jewellery that the benefits of a teaching career could not compete with the pleasure she derived from beautiful antiques, so she decided to pursue her interest in jewellery. The company initially developed as a trade oriented business, but has since grown its retail business, whilst happily continuing to look after English and overseas trade customers. Anthea exhibits at all the most popular fairs including Olympia, The Antique Dealers Fair, LAPADA and recently at the BADA Fair. Fairs have always been an important aspect of the company’s year, where they meet old and new customers but more importantly, keep abreast of an ever-changing market.