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10, place de la Halle, Baune, France
The Berger Gallery is located in the historic centre of Beaune, opposite the prestigious Hospices. With five generations of antique dealers specialized in 18th-century French decorative art, the gallery offers a permanent selection of furniture and works of art from the most significant Parisian workshops of that period.
Rue Renier Chalon 16, Ixelles, Belgium
Alain Cartier is a member of the fifth generation of the Cartier family of jewellers, and trades in jewellery, accessories and objects made by Cartier as well as by other jewellers from 1900 to 1965.
Alan Cristea Gallery
31 & 34 Cork Street, London, W1S 3NU, England
Anni Albers, Josef Albers, Gillian Ayres, Peter Blake, Georges Braque, Patrick Caulfield, Gordon Cheung, Michael Craig-Martin, Ian Davenport, Jan Dibbets, Jim Dine, Sam Francis, Naum Gabo, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Allen Jones, Langlands & Bell, Fernand Léger, Sol LeWitt, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Mangold, Henri Matisse, Ian McKeever, Lisa Milroy, Joan Miro, Robert Motherwell, Bruce Nauman, Ben Nicholson, Julian Opie, Mimmo Paladino, Pablo Picasso, Boo Ritson, Paul Schutze, Sean Scully, Frank Stella, Antoni TÃpies, Joe Tilson, Andy Warhol, Catherine Yass.
Alan Landis Antiques
Gallery 44, Sydney Antique Centre, 531 South Dowling Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010, Australia
Halfway Manor, Halfway, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 8NR, England
Alan Walker has been a leading internationally-known specialist in antique barometers and related instruments for over 20 years. He purchases and, if necessary, restores all of the instruments that form his stock, working from spacious premises near Newbury, Berkshire, some 60 miles west of London. His stock may be viewed at the antique fairs where he regularly exhibits or by appointment near Newbury. The barometer has been an integral part of the British domestic scene since the early part of the 18th century. Initially a valuable tool in the domestic and agricultural decision-making of the British aristocracy, antique stick and wheel barometers, especially the Georgian examples, have now become highly-prized complements to today's fine antique reception room furniture. Alan’s passion for these charming, elegant and practical pieces of scientific and domestic social history is immediately apparent. His extensive selection of primarily Georgian barometers offers a comprehensive and unrivalled range of 18th- and 19th-century stick and wheel barometers - in the main, London-made - together with scientific, marine and aneroid barometers and barographs from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Alastair Dickenson Ltd
128-130 High Street, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 1AB
Alastair Dickenson started buying and selling fine silver in Jermyn Street in 1996, having previously spent 11 years at Phillips Auctioneers as cataloguer and auctioneer and 12 years as Director and head of Asprey’s silver department. He served on the Court of the Company of Art Scholars, Dealers and Collectors and is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, where he is a member of the Antique Plate Committee that adjudicates on all questionable silver sent for examination. He has been chairman of the silver vetting committee at both Summer and Winter Olympia fairs and continues to vet at Masterpiece. His participation in the ever popular Antiques Roadshow now extends to over 20 years. Alastair Dickenson Ltd is run by Alastair and his long-suffering co-director Melanie Cuchet. They are “by appointment” only and concentrate on the fine and the rare. Particular areas of speciality are early silver from the 16th and 17th centuries, Paul De Lamerie and other great Huguenot makers, Paul Storr and small collectibles such as vinaigrettes, card cases, snuff boxes, wine labels and caddy spoons. In recent years they have substantially increased their involvement in Art Nouveau and Arts and Crafts silver, particularly by such makers or designers as Ramsden, Knox and Ashbee.
ALBA SÁNCHEZ CORTADELLAS
C/ Banys Nous, 17 , 08002 Barcelona
C/ Santa Catalina, 5, MADRID, 28014
C/ Arganzuela, 21, MADRID, 28005
4 Marylebone Street, London, United Kingdom, W1G 8JH
Throughout the centuries, Treasures of the East have been discovered in London museums and art galleries, originally brought here by wealthy families moving to London, bringing their treasures, heirlooms and heritage with them. Alex J. Zadah, third generation collector and dealer in fine textiles, Persian carpets and antiquities, recognised a demand from the public for these exclusive, hard-to-find antique textiles, and began to source and supply these beautiful accoutrements to clients in London. Trading in Mayfair and Marylebone at first, he soon expanded into North West London as well, providing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his clients, including a veritable Who’s Who of International Royalty and Celebrities. Within these collections, there are beautiful examples of fine European tapestries and exquisite central Persian carpets from the Safevid period, similar to exhibits at the British Museum, which houses the same styles. The finest of silk weavings from Isfhan can also be found. A special, limited collection of these fabulous Eastern Treasures has been brought to you – directly from the Shiraz region, straight to our gallery in Marylebone. You have the opportunity to own a unique, lavish, hard-to-find piece of history.
Alexander Ancient Art
Papelaan 65, Voorschoten, The Netherlands
Alexander Ancient Art was established in 1991 by Egyptologist Alexander Biesbroek. Alexander has been a collector of ancient art since 1972 and has worked as consultant for collectors of ancient art worldwide. The gallery, based in the Netherlands, offers a wide range of authentic, high quality antiquities from Egypt, the Near East, the Classical world and the Pre-Columbian Americas. Every object is carefully vetted for ancient authenticity and is unconditionally guaranteed in writing to be genuine and as described. Alexander Ancient Art is a member of ADCAEA, LAPADA and CINOA and has exhibited or is exhibiting at major art fairs like BAAF, BRUNEAF, London Olympia Art & Antiques Fair, and Winter B Sablon Brussels.
Alexander di Carcaci Ltd
11 Langton Street, London, SW10 0JL
Alexander George Fine Antiques
Buscot Manor, Buscot, Oxfordshire , SN7 8DA
Alexander George Antiques’ enthusiasm and unerring passion for the finest English furniture is evident from the moment you enter our gallery at Buscot Manor in rural Oxfordshire. Here you will find examples from the most prestigious of the 17thand 18thcentury cabinet-makers, craftsmen of the Golden Age including Thomas Chippendale, Coxed & Woster & Gerrit Jensen. Whether you are a collector or a first-time buyer the choice of pieces will inspire. Each has been carefully selected for its exceptional design and provenance, as well as in many instances its academic significance. Originality and authenticity are paramount; and using our extensive knowledge from many years’ experience in furniture conservation and restoration we can ensure that our clients can buy with absolute confidence. Sharing of knowledge is very much at the heart of our ethos, with an emphasis on building relationships where we can learn and grow together. As a consequence, we have built up a reputation of trust and integrity and a customer loyalty that has resulted in our furnishing some of the finest private and museum collections in the world.
meadowside, wreath lane, chard, somerset, TA20 4DT
Art Nouveau and Art Deco
Gallery 85, 85 Portobello Road, London W11 2QB, United Kingdom
Specialist in 19th Century Meissen Porcelain and Antiques. Alexandra Alfandary has been an active and enthusiastic dealer in antique Meissen Porcelain as well as other European Porcelain, including KPM plaques for over 40 years. During this time she has concentrated on 19th Century Meissen and in particular on those figures and groups with fine modelling and subtle and detailed decoration, as well as on the superb and detailed decoration on Meissen wares of this period. We also place great importance on the condition of all the pieces we sell and never sell badly- or over-restored items .
4, rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris
5 rue des deux ponts, 75004, PARIS, France
ALFONSO XIII GALERIA DE ARTE
Lagasca, 27, 28001
Algemeene Ethnografica- en Kunsthandel Aalderink B.V.
Spiegelgracht 15, Amsterdam, 1017 JP, Netherlands
Alice Adam Ltd.
P.O. Box 11616, Chicago, Illinois, 60611, USA
All In Good Time Antiques
12A High Street, Strathalbyn, SA, 5255, Australia
All That Art!
ul. Kolberga 6, Wroclaw, 51-607, Poland
Allinson Gallery, Inc.
23 Dunham Pond Road East, Storrs, Connecticut, 06268-2022, USA
1419 Malvern Road, Malvern, VIC, 3144, Australia
Valentinska 7, Prague 1, 110 00, Czech Republic
ALMEHAGEN ANITA 'Antichità Bruschi'
Via dei Fossi 42r, Firenze, 50123, Italy
Alon Zakaim Fine Art
5-7 Dover St, London, W1S 4LD, UK
Agar, Eileen Agius, Lorenzo Archipenko, Alexander Argov, Michael Arman, Pierre Auerbach, Frank Berkes, Antal Bigari, Vittorio Maria Bigas, Eduard Boldini, (Attributed to) Giovanni Boudin, Eugene Brangwyn, Sir Frank William Breenbergh, Bartholomeus Breuer-Weil, David Brinkworth, Kate Burgess, Andy Caillebotte, Gustave Cariot, Gustave Carrier-Belleuse, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, Louis-Robert Carrier-Belleuse, Pierre Cavailles, Jules Chabas, Maurice Chadwick, Lynn Chagall, Marc Charreton, Victor Chiparus, Demeter Clausen, Sir George Clement, Etienne Colle, Michel-Auguste Colson, Guillaume-Francois Dali, Salvador Dargelas, Andre-Henri Decoen, Jean Degas, Edgar Delpy, Hippolyte-Camille Diaz de la Pena, Narcisse Virgilio Dong Yoo, Kim Dufy, Raoul Dyf, Marcel Enjolras, Delphin Falero, Luis Ricardo Fantin-Latour (nee Dubourg), Victoria Forain, Jean-Louis Fox, Ivor Friesz, Emile Othon Gérard, Théodore Goeneutte, Norbert Guillaumin, Armand Gérôme, Jean-Léon Hacker, Arthur Harding, James Duffield Hassam, Childe Hayden, Henri Hayet, Louis Helholz-Or, Menachem Herbin, Auguste Hoschedé-Monet, Blanche Jonghe, Gustave de Kadishman, Menashe Kennedy, Cecil Kim, Sung Jin Kissling, Eugène Kristo, Bela de Kádár, Béla La Thangue, Henry Herbert La Touche, Gaston Lacroix de Marseille, Charles-François Lambert, André Lanskoy, Andre Lapicque, Charles Lebasque, Henri Leger, Fernand Lempicka, Tamara de Leroux, Auguste Levis, Maurice Lipchitz, Jacques Loir, Luigi Loiseau, Gustave Loxton Peacock, Clarisse Luce, Maximilien Malfroy, Henry Manguin, Henri Manzù, Giacomo Marc, Robert Martin-Ferrières, Jacques Martin, Henri Maufra, Maxime McDermott, Dan Minaux, André Modigliani, (After) Amedeo Monet, Claude Monticelli, Adolphe Joseph Thomas Morris, Sir Cedric Mostyn, Tom Navlet, Victor and Joseph O'Neill, Terry O'Conor, Roderic Petley, Roy Pizzella, Edmund Pritchett, Edward Quittner, Rudolf Quizet, Alphonse Léon Reggianini, Vittorio Renoir, Pierre-Auguste Rodin, Auguste Rysselberghe, Théo van Schecroun, Jean-Pierre Sculptures, A Selection of Segonzac, Andre Dunoyer de Sisley, Alfred Smith, Chris Soulacroix, Charles Joseph Frederic Souverbie, Jean Stevens, Alfred Terzian, Georges Thorburn, Will Tintoretto, (Follower of) Domenico Turner, Joseph Mallord William Unterberger, Franz Richard Utrillo, Maurice Valensi, Henry Valmier, Georges Valtat, Louis van Dongen, Kees van Schendel, Petrus Vanstone, Paul Venard, Claude Vlaminck, Maurice de Wexler, Jacob Yvaral, Jean Pierre Zandomeneghi, Federico Zadkine, Ossip
Alte Gemälde Antiquitäten Egon Rusche
Lange Straße 2, Oelde, 59302, Germany
Alte Kunst aus Japan und China Hans-Martin Schmitz
Luxemburger Straße 124/1506, Köln, 50939, Germany
Altea Gallery Ltd
35 St George Street, London, W1S 2PN
We offer a wide selection of superb antique maps, sea charts and atlases covering all parts of the world. Our stock ranges from the early printed maps of 1477 to about 1900; from miniature maps to large scale / wall maps, atlas produced maps and separately published broadsheets. Massimo De Martini started trading as “Altea Maps” in 1992, exhibiting at the “Bonnington Antique Map Fair” which was held in London on a monthly basis as well as various other antique and book fairs. As his business grew he acquired a shop in Camden Passage, one of the longest established London antique markets. Two years later he moved to a more central gallery space on Regent Street and more recently to the present location at the new “Altea Gallery”, in the heart of London’s Mayfair, opposite the Sotheby’s building. Over the years he has earned a reputation for supplying high quality maps and atlases, at fair prices, to first-time buyers, experienced collectors and institutions all over the world. In 1995 he led the “internet revolution” being among the first dealers in the map trade to offer a fully illustrated online map catalogue. We have always been very proud of this achievement, and as the leading force on the internet we became a point of reference for dealers and were copied many times over throughout the world. Nowadays there are large numbers of internet sites offering antique maps as well as e-bay and online auctions. However, to our knowledge, only a handful of dealers can supply their customers with an exceptional item backed up by a full guarantee. We all too often hear of horror stories experienced by unwary buyers misled by erroneous descriptions, reproductions and bad quality items available from unscrupulous dealers on the internet. So we maintain our goal to provide the best possible quality and value for money to our clientele whilst helping them to build their prized map collection for many years to come. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, the International Map Collector's Society, the Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association and the International Antiquarian Mapsellers Association We are joint organisers of the yearly “International London Map Fair”, which we host in June at the Royal Geographical Society. We are also exhibitors and active sponsors of the Miami International Map Fair, which is held every year in early February.