Exclusive Fair is going for green

Visitors to September’s LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair can discover antiques and artworks that are bang on trend with the Pantone colour of the year for 2017, ‘greenery’.

Returning to London’s Berkeley Square for its ninth edition from 15-20 September, visitors to the Fair can find paintings, furniture, portraiture and jewellery that, despite some being over 100 years old, are fashionably going for green.

And here’s our pick of some favourite finds that are lined up for exhibition and have got us green with envy.

Flowers in February by Diana Armfield, oil on canvas board, £3,500, exhibited by Manya Igel Fine Arts
Flowers in February by Diana Armfield, oil on canvas board, £3,500, exhibited by Manya Igel Fine Arts

 

Art Deco jade, diamond and onyx clip brooch set in 18ct yellow gold. Austrian made, circa 1930, £9,950, exhibited by Nigel Milne
Art Deco jade, diamond and onyx clip brooch set in 18ct yellow gold. Austrian made, circa 1930, £9,950, exhibited by Nigel Milne
A 20 Carat Cabochan emerald ring set in platinum and diamonds. French made, circa 1930, POA, exhibited by A.G Antiques
A 20 Carat Cabochan emerald ring set in platinum and diamonds. French made, circa 1930, POA, exhibited by A.G Antiques
A portrait miniature of a fine young gentleman by James Nixon, £6,000, exhibited by Ellison Fine art
A portrait miniature of a fine young gentleman by James Nixon, £6,000, exhibited by Ellison Fine art
An Art Deco Shagreen desk piece in original condition featuring onyx inkwells with silver collars. Presented to Mrs Hilston Philipson, the third female MP to serve in the House of Commons, 1929, POA, exhibited by Smith & Robinson
An Art Deco Shagreen desk piece in original condition featuring onyx inkwells with silver collars. Presented to Mrs Hilston Philipson, the third female MP to serve in the House of Commons, 1929, POA, exhibited by Smith & Robinson

 

 

A Fornasetti “Malachite” trumeau cabinet by Ateliers Fornasetti. Lithographically printed on hand colored lacquer wood, one of three, 2010, Italy, £45,000, exhibited by Holly Johnson
A Fornasetti “Malachite” trumeau cabinet by Ateliers Fornasetti. Lithographically printed on hand colored lacquer wood, one of three, 2010, Italy, £45,000, exhibited by Holly Johnson

 

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