BADA Fair returns with a stellar 25th anniversary lineup
Words Helen Brown
What is BADA Fair?
BADA Fair is the internationally acclaimed fair from the British Antique Dealers’ Association. It’s an annual date for the diary of antique collectors, creators and the curious. This year sees BADA announce the 25th anniversary edition of its annual fair with an exceptional showcase from the best in the business. The fair this year welcomes over 90 specialist exhibitors from across the UK.
What’s on offer?
Curators, art professionals, interior designers and general visitors can browse and buy top quality art and antiques. On offer is a vast range of traditional, modern and contemporary pieces. All Exhibitors are members of the prestigious BADA. They have been carefully selected for membership for their knowledge, integrity and expertise.
Furthermore, the range of exhibits for sale is extensive. Choose from furniture, paintings, clocks, ceramics, silver, jewellery and much more. Whether you are a first time buyer or a seasoned collector, there is something for everyone. What’s more, there are prices to suit every budget, ranging from £100 to six figure sums.
What to do?
Firstly, BADA is a popular event so be sure to take a look at the ticketing information here. Then check out the number of first time exhibitors to the fair. This year’s event welcomes Mallett, Anthony Outred, Peter Petrou as well as joint exhibitors Alexander di Caraci and James McWhirter. Additionally there will also be a particular focus on modern and contemporary presentations. These will highlight the scope and variety of BADA 2017’s exhibitors. Amongst others, Beaux Arts London, Jonathan Cooper, and John Adams Fine Art will display 20th century and contemporary work.
As well as great art, there is fantastic cuisine. Guests should be sure to stop by the Cellini Restaurant and Champagne Bar. These first class facilities coupled with the event’s elegant design and layout make the BADA Fair a day out to remember.