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Leuven, Belgium, NULL
After several years gallery experience in Brussels, Louis-Pierre Denil discovered the ground floor of a historical town house in the center of Leuven. On November 1995, Louis-Pierre Denil opened his Galerie as the House of Light with a magnificent collection of crystal chandeliers. The gallery specialises in 17th 18th & 19th century chandeliers.
101projekt - Galeria Sztuki Współczesnej
ul. Nowy Swiat 53 lok. 120, Warszawa, POLAND, 00-042
101 Projekt is a private company belonging to Barbara Elżanowska-Rutherford, and has been active on the Polish modern art market since 2013. 101 Projekt collaborates with independent Polish artists (photographers, engravers, painters and sculptors), who exhibit their works both in Poland and abroad. In November 2013 our inaugural exhibition showcased the talents of Katarzyna Kaula Kryńska, Anna Tomczyńska and Anna Nowicka, three young photographers. In February 2014 101 Projekt organized an exhibition of Grzegorz Gwiazda’s sculptures. In the future we intend to organize exhibitions promoting modern artists, both well-known names and upcoming talent. Through our Art Advisory Group we provide professional advice and assistance on the creation and development of individual art collections. Working closely with our branch in Switzerland our aim is to promote Polish modern art abroad.
21st Century Jewels Ltd
37 Bruton Place , London W1J 6NU , United Kingdom
Fine antique, modern and contemporary jewellery.
Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire
3details - the collection of British artist and antiques dealer Peter Woodward. With over 30 years in the trade, Peter offers a mixture of Contemporary Art, 20th century objects and design. English and Continental antique furniture, objects and decorative items. Peter studied painting and printmaking at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts & The (then titled) Philadelphia College of Art both in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, USA. He’s been involved in the creative world since leaving Art college in 1987, selling paintings privately and commercially, mainly on commission. In the early 1990’s he became involved in the antiques trade, his passion for fine & decorative antiques has made him a regular exhibitor at The Decorative fair in Battersea Park, Olympia & LAPADA Berkeley Square.
25 quai Voltaire, 75007, Paris, France
60 rue Guy M oquet, 75017, Paris, France
AFFICHES ORIGINALES ILLUSTREES 1880-1980 Art Nouveau & Art D�coImagerie populaire
A & D Martinez
6 Bis Rue de Châteaudun, Paris, 75009, France
A & J Speelman Ltd Oriental Art
36A Kensington Square, London, W8 5HP
A & J Speelman has been established at 129 Mount Street in Mayfair, London since 1976, and as a family antiques business stretching back three generations to 19th-century Holland. The Speelman brothers, grandfather and great uncle of the present proprietor Jules Speelman, extended into England around the turn of the century, trading in a range of antiques from premises at 180 Wardour Street, London W1. Jules Speelman’s father Alfred followed in their footsteps, and eventually established a gallery in Kensington Church Street, where he was joined by his son in 1964, at which point a gradual focus towards Asia began. The gallery now specialises in Asian antiques, with a particular emphasis on sculpture and works of art from the past 2,000 years. The scope is eclectic and diverse, with a concentration on rarity and quality. The collections are particularly strong in Chinese works of art, as well as Chinese decorative arts covering cloisonné and Canton enamels, lacquer, ivories, soap stones, hard stones, carvings in wood, bamboo, porcelain, pottery and Chinese export ceramics and works of art. A speciality of the firm is figurative sculpture, from the terracotta tomb figurines of the Han and Tang dynasties of the first millennia AD, to bronzes depicting figures from the Buddhist and Taoist pantheon, both gilt and ungilt, in stone, wood and stucco, of small collectible size to the large and important. Himalayan bronzes from Tibet and Nepal are particularly well represented. The great glory and primary artistic legacy to world art from India and South East Asia is their sculptural tradition in stone and bronze. The gallery carries an important representative group in these areas, primarily from the Pala and Chola dynasties of India, and Pre Khmer and Khmer works from Cambodia, with further examples covering Central India, Kashmir and Thailand.
C/ Corral Pintado, 6, Zamora, 49004, Spain
A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd
399 Strand, London, London, WC2R 0LX, England
With a history dating back to 1872 Baldwin’s is one of the largest and longest-established numismatic dealers in the world. Their team of specialists have over 150 years combined experience covering all areas of numismatics including English, ancient and foreign coins, military and commemorative medals, tokens, books and banknotes. Baldwin’s boasts one of the most comprehensive stock of coins and medals in the UK and they attend auctions and numismatic fairs all over the world to source items. Over their long history they have built up an reserve of numismatic items and provide important coins for many collectors. Mediaeval and Roman coins can be found in the same premises as siege pieces, guineas, half guineas and groats. Those who collect medals can find British examples, such as the Indian Mutiny medal or the Waterloo medal. Printed items range from Regency pound notes to beautifully designed share certificates. For those with an interest in social history fascinating objects such as ivory theatre tickets or copper tobacco tokens can also be purchased. Between 1920 and 1963 Baldwin’s were based at 3 Robert Street, just off London’s Strand, subsequently moving a short distance to 11 Adelphi Terrace. A H Baldwin and Sons Ltd is currently based at 399 Strand, London, where a team of experts are available to assist clients with both buying and selling.'
A La Vieille Russie, Inc.
781 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022
A La Vieille Russie, a family enterprise since its founding in Kiev in 1851, left the turmoil of the Revolution and was re-established in Paris around 1920 by Jacques Zolotnitsky, the grandson of the founder. The New York branch was opened in 1941 by the late Alexander Schaffer. Still a multigenerational family business, under the direction of brothers, Messrs. Paul and Peter L. Schaffer, and Paul’s son, Dr. Mark Schaffer, A La Vieille Russie continues the tradition of dealing in fine art and antiques, and is known worldwide for its collection of Russian treasures. Goldsmith and jeweler Carl Fabergé was a client, and we are recognized today as international experts on his works. We specialize in European and American antique jewelry, 18th-century European gold snuff boxes, and antique Russian fine and decorative art, including silver, enamel, and porcelain, paintings, icons, and furniture. We have been at our present location on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 59th Street since 1961, opposite Central Park. We maintain a strong exhibition schedule, both as exhibitors and lenders. For example, we exhibit annually at TEFAF Maastricht in the Netherlands, New York’s Winter Antiques Show, Masterpiece London, and the New York International Fine Art and Antique Dealers Show.
A Pash and Sons
37 South Audley Street, London, W1K 2PN, England
Since humble beginnings in the 1920s West End to the current location at 37 South Audley Street, Mayfair, A Pash and Sons has established itself as one of the most significant names dealing in both fine antique silver and old Sheffield plate. Since taking premises in the Bond Street Silver Galleries in the early 1990s, they have grown to occupy over 2500 sq. feet at their Mayfair shop. A Pash and Sons pride themselves on their selection of unusual and decorative silver, pieces with important provenance and object d'art. They hope to continue expanding and bring the delights of important antique silver to a wider clientele.
A Rakyan Collection
Shepherd Market, London, United Kingdom, W1J
A Rakyan Collection was founded in 2015 by the Rakyans, a seventh generation jeweller family, to showcase their passion and love of antique jewellery and gems. The collection provides its clients with fine and rare jewels from around the world and different epochs, which are carefully picked for their provenance, wearability, collectability and beauty. The experience and passion of the Rakyan family ensures that each piece is a fine example of jewel and will excite the collector well into many generations.
A. Aardewerk Antiquair - Juwelier
Jan van Nassaustraat 76, The Hague, 2596 BV, Netherlands
A. BENSI ANTIQUARIATO DI SANTINI A. IN BENSI
VIA S.SPIRITO 15, MILANO, MI, 20121
A. J. O'Sullivan Antiques
Whimpton House, Darlton, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG22 0TA, United Kingdom
Specialising in 18th to 19th century English furniture, antique furniture restorations and gilding.
A. Pedro Silva, Lda.
Rua D. Pedro V, Nº 56 H, Lisboa, 1250-094, Portugal
A. Ânfora Comércio de Móveis e Antiguidades Lda
Praceta Conselheiro Silva Torres, 4910-122 C
1 Chandos Road, London, United Kingdom, NW2 4LS
Carpets, tapestries and textiles
A.J. Kollar Fine Paintings, LLC
1421 East Aloha Steet, Seattle, 98112, USA
Jilova 2, Brno, 639 00, Czech Republic
Located in Prague, Brno and Ostrava Prague: Vinohradska 38, Prague 1, Tel.: +420 224 323 218 Ostrava: Ceskobratrska 19, Ostrava,Tel.: +420 596 124 205
Noerreport 16, Aabenraa, 6200, Denmark
1031 Waukegan Road, Glenview, Illinois, 60025, USA
Abbott and Holder Ltd
30 Museum Street, London, London, WC1A 1LH, England
Abbott and Holder’s founders Robert Abbott and Eric Holder first began dealing in partnership in 1936 and for over seventy years it has been the gallery’s policy to stock pictures that are within the means of as broad a section of the population as possible. While much of their stock is priced between £100 and £5000 a £50 and under box is still kept, which is a direct descendant of the five shilling box from the 1950s. After the Second World War Robert Abbott’s house in Barnes was used as the gallery for the rapidly increasing stock and it was at this time that Abbott and Holder’s seven-weekly Lists were first launched as a means of introducing and publicising new acquisitions. The house became popular with enthusiasts and customers were encouraged to take their time over decisions and to make as many visits as they needed to get to know the staff and the stock, the same is true of the gallery today which is now located on Museum Street opposite the British Museum. The partnership remained a family matter when the founder’s nephew, John Abbott, joined Eric Holder from 1971 to 1981. In 1984 Philip Athill became a partner having worked as an, assistant at the gallery after read reading art history at the University of East Anglia. On the retirement of John Abbott in 2001 Abbott and Holder became a limited company and Philip Athill is now the gallery’s Managing Director. Today over 1,000 pictures are on view at the gallery, all marked and priced and while it is necessary to ring the door bell, once admitted and the layout briefly explained, visitors are left to explore at will and the staff are on hand to answer any questions.
14 Eastern Road, Turramurra, NSW, 2074, Australia
Abigail Furey Fine Prints and Drawings
P.O. Box 35645, Boston, Massachusetts, 2135, USA
35b St George's Terrace, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, NE2 2SU
Andrew Campbell started trading in antique silver in 1977. Over the years, Andrew’s passion and interest in high quality items crafted in silver grew, and AC Silver flourished. As a result of providing customers with a wide range of items, along with a professional yet personal service, Andrew has been able to extend his business to a dedicated store in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, and to a worldwide audience via the AC Silver Website. Now with this third version of the AC Silver web site, and unique shop premises in Jesmond, Newcastle, ten dedicated and enthusiastic team members support Andrew achieve his ambition to expand and improve his business further. In addition to offering a wide range of quality silverware at fair prices, AC Silver now holds a variety of fine antique, vintage and contemporary diamond and gemstone jewellery pieces. Andrew takes pride in offering a high standard of service whilst giving personal attention to all customers, old and new.
AD Antiques Ltd / Signed and Designed
PO Box 51, Chipping Campden, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6UQ, England
AD antiques was formed in 1997 by Alison Davey after she graduated from Edinburgh University. Now a leading international dealer in British art pottery, her business specialises in the most sought after examples of the leading designers and factories of the Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements. Having exhibited at the leading antiques fairs in the UK, and vetted at a number of them, over the last few years she has curated six important selling exhibitions. Typical examples of stock include the Martin Brothers, William de Morgan, William Moorcroft, Doulton Lambeth, Pilkington’s Royal Lancastrian and Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre. The business is diligent in its research and offers specialist advice to collectors and auction houses alike. It is this experience that means that Alison is regularly asked to offer an independent assessment of the authenticity and condition of the stock of exhibitors at vetted antiques fairs. In addition she has provided consultation to major auction houses and valuation advice to The Antiques Roadshow.
8 Main Street, Dundrum, Co. Down, Ireland
Churche's Mansion, Hospital Street, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 5RY
Adams Antiques stock a wide range of antique furniture, especially pieces in oak and other country woods such as yew wood, elm, ash and fruitwood from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. We also sell fine town furniture from the Queen Anne, Georgian and Regency periods, in mahogany, walnut and burr yew wood. One of our specialities is Antique Windsor chairs, particularly English yew wood Windsor chairs. We have fine examples of classic Welsh antique oak furniture such as the Welsh Dresser, Coffor Bach and Cwpwrdd Tridarn. We also stock a good range of dresser bases (sideboards), chests of drawers, gateleg dining tables, farmhouse tables, side tables, low boys, tripod tables, cricket tables, bureaux, rush seated dining chairs, pairs of chairs, armchairs, settles, stools, hanging cupboards, food cupboards, corner cupboards, coffers, writing bureaus, and other antique furniture. To compliment your antique furniture we also stock decorative items such as wall boxes, tea caddies, treen, copper kettles, copper pans and lids, brass candlesticks, pottery, paintings and other works of art.