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VICTOR I FILLS ANTIQUARIS
Boulevard dels Antiquaris, Paseo de Gracia 55, 1º. Tiendas 68-69-70, Barcelona, 8007
Arenbergstraat, 15, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium
16 Wharf Road, London, N1 7RW
Victoria Miro also at: Victoria Miro Mayfair, 14 St George Street, London W1S 1FE Artists: Doug Aitken, Hernan Bas, Varda Caivano , Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Verne Dawson, Peter Doig, Elmgreen & Dragset, William Eggleston, Inka Essenhigh, Barnaby Furnas, Ian Hamilton Finlay, David Harrison, NS Harsha, Alex Hartley, Secundino Hernández, Chantal Joffe, Isaac Julien, Idris Khan, Udomsak Krisanamis, Yayoi Kusama, John Kørner, Wangechi Mutu, Alice Neel, Maria Nepomuceno, Chris Ofili, Jacco Olivier, Celia Paul, Grayson Perry, Tal R, Conrad Shawcross, Do Ho Suh Sarah Sze, Kara Walker, Adriana Varejão, Suling Wang, Stephen Willats, Francesca Woodman.
Victoria and Albert
Shop 17, The Strand Arcade, 412 - 414 George Street, 412 - 414 George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
Štěpánská 43, Prague 1, 110 00, Czech Republic
Victoria Fine Art
Long Spring Porters Wood St Albans AL3 6NQ, United Kingdom
Victoria Fine Art was established in 1965 by its proprietor David Roberts and is now one of the most established, long-standing galleries in England. To this day it remains an independent family owned business specialising in 19th and 20th Century oils. It has maintained a strong identity and continues to build, and value, trusted relationships with its clients. Over nearly fifty years, Victoria Fine Art has served many collectors. Together David Roberts, along with his son Jonathan, have helped to form many collections for clients all over the world. Clients range from Princes, Sheikhs, internationally renowned celebrities to interior designers and private collectors but they all have the same consideration - the love of art. We advise on every aspect of sourcing, buying, selling and maintaining fine art. Victoria Fine Art aim to help you make the right choice, provide the scholarly background to each painting, and advise on framing, hanging, insurance and all other aspects of collecting.
21 Dering Street, London, W1S 1AL
Villa Nuova Fine Arts
Domkarska 13, 821 05 Bratislava, Slovakia
Vincent da Silva Gallery
38 Church street, Stellenbosch
Contemporary bronze sculptures
3, rue de la Bourse, 75002, PARIS, France
Vine Antiques Ltd
c/o BADA, London, England
Vine Antiques Ltd started trading more than 30 years ago and has built a reputation for selling British sterling silver and the silk-woven Stevengraph pictures produced by Thomas Stevens of Coventry. Their silver stock is strongly focused on Georgian and later novelty items. Vine Antiques was formed by Diana and Richard Apsimon in 1978 and gradually evolved into two businesses, one selling British and Irish silver, and the other Stevengraph silk woven pictures. Later they merged the two and became a limited company in 2000. Some of these changes were prompted by two moves to Geneva, Switzerland, where Richard worked on particle physics experiments at CERN, including on the Large Hadron Collider. The mainstay of Vine Antiques’ silver stock is still British novelty and collectors' pieces and Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco silver. They try to locate unusual pieces of silver that intrigue, amaze and perhaps amuse their customers. They are respected dealers in Victorian and Edwardian silk-woven Stevengraphs and endeavour to carry a selection of pieces in first class condition. Based in London, their shop is in the Grays Antiques arcade, beside Bond Street tube station, but they also exhibit at the BADA, Olympia, Harrogate and NEC fairs, details of which can be found on their website.
Radisson Blue Hotel, Beach Road, Granger Bay, Cape Town, 8002, South Africa
Specialists in antique jewellery, silver, porcelain and glass
VIRGILIO CARLO 'Galleria Carlo Virgilio & C.'
Via della Lupa 10, Roma, 186, Italy
933 High Street, Armadale, VIC, 3143, Australia
VISCO RENATO 'La Pinacoteca'
Via Vannella Gaetani 4, Napoli, 80121, Italy
Le Louvre des Antiquaires 2 place du Palais Royal, 75001, PARIS, France
VIVIOLI LUCA 'Vivioli Arte Antica'
Piazza Piccapietra 22, Genova, 16121, Italy
Uden, The Netherlands
Van Kranendonk Duffels has been specialized in the finest European and American antique jewellery for over forty years. Aimée and Fleur, together with their father Jan van Kranendonk Duffels, select each piece of their collection with a passion for exceptional quality, craftsmanship, and authenticity. The collection embraces a unique array of fine and rare pieces of jewellery from the world’s greatest designers dating from the late 19th and first half of the 20th century. Designers like Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, Boucheron, Tiffany, Raymond Yard and Oscar Heyman are only a few of the many jewellery houses to be found in the collection of van Kranendonk Duffels. Van Kranendonk Duffels participate in national and international fine art and antiques fairs but also receive by appointment.
Via Olmetto 17, Milano, 20123, Italy
Vogt André-Pierre Artinvest
Gotthardstrasse 2B, Thalwil, CH - 8800, Switzerland
Centro Comercial Expo, local 48, 29600, Marbella
Von Sharfenberg Ltd
Specialising in antique and period jewellery.
VOYAGEURS & CURIEUX
2 rue Visconti, 75006, Paris, France
W & K - WIENERROITHER & KOHLBACHER
Strauchgasse 2, 1010, Wien, Autriche
W & K WIENERROITHER & KOHLBACHER GMBH
Strauchgasse 2, Vienna, 1010, Austria
Oesterreichische und internationale Klassische Moderne. Austrian and International Modern Masters. Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka, Eduard Bäumer, Anton Faistauer, Lyonel Feininger, Josef Floch, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Erika Giovanna Klien, Alfred Kubin, Fernand Léger, Anton Mahringer, Carl Moll, Koloman Moser, Zoran Music, Emil Nolde, Artur Nikodem, Max Oppenheimer, Leo Putz, Wilhelm Thöny, Alfons Walde, Alfred Wickenburg, Max Weiler
W Agnew & Company Ltd
58 Englefield Road, London, N1 4HA, England
William Agnew started his career in sculpture working for Thomas Howard Sneyd, a private dealer in Mount Street in 1974. In 1976 he moved to Christies to run the Works of Art Department under Paul Whitfield. Then, in 1979, encouraged by his uncle Sir Geoffrey Agnew he joined the family business Agnew's in Bond Street, creating a new department in sculpture. At the end of 1994 William left and created W Agnew & Company Ltd. The company specialising in European Sculpture and works of art, Pottery and Maiolica, Limoges enamels, French and Italian porcelain sculpture, and British and American sculpture from the Medieval period to the First World War. William is also an independent assessor for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and is on the vetting committees of The British Antique Dealers' Association Fair, the Lapada fair, Berkeley Square London, Masterpiece London Fair and the Olympia Fairs. The Company also sells to and advises Museums and collectors around the world.
W F Bruce Antiques Ltd
5 North Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2PA, England
W F Bruce Antiques Ltd was started by Bill Bruce, a Fellow of the British Horological Society, and an antique clock specialist with a reputation for restoration and conservation work on pre-pendulum antique lantern and chamber clocks from the early 17th century. The business also holds a large stock of antique clocks from the early 17th to 19th century and offers a rare and unusual selection that is sourced for its originality and style. Additionally, they usually have in stock a number of longcase clocks made by Sussex clockmakers, some from Lewes itself, which was home to several outstanding makers. They also offer a selection of barometers and English chronometers Their busy in-house restoration workshop offers a complete antique restoration service. Sympathetic conservation of all types of quality antique clocks from the 17th to the late 19th century are undertaken, using the same traditional hand skills as the clockmakers who made them, in many cases nearly 300 years ago. Bill Bruce established the business in 1985 after completing a three-year BADA antique clock restoration course at West Dean College. Initially based on the outskirts of Lewes, larger premises were soon required and in 1986 the business moved to the village of Herstmonceux before returning to Lewes and finally settling in North Street in 2002, which houses two large showrooms, a good library and excellent workshop facilities. Interestingly, North Street has been home to other Lewes clock makers dating back to the early 19th century.
W W Warner Antiques
The Green, High Street, Brasted, Kent, TN16 1JL, England
WW Warner Antiques, located in the small Kent village of Brasted, just a short train-ride from London, have been dealing in porcelain, pottery and glass for over 50 years. The majority of their stock consists of ceramics from the 16th to 19th centuries, with particular emphasis on 18th- and 19th-century British porcelain, including the Chelsea, Derby and Worcester factories. They also have a substantial collection of Continental porcelain including pieces of Meissen and Sevres. Their pieces range from functional tableware to highly decorative works of art. WW Warner Antiques’ managing partner is Chris Jowitt, who has been involved with the business for over 20 years. He worked with Cometa Warner, wife of the original founder, Walter Warner, who ran a successful shop in London, before retiring to Kent. Like many in the trade, the couple never really retired, but continued working in Brasted, and Cometa finally handed over fully to Chris in 2000. Chris has continued to manage and build the Warner brand, focusing very much on providing excellent service to clients. He regularly advises and sells to renowned museums, is happy to provide a restoration service and can assist with valuations.