Masterpiece London 2019

June 08, 2019

Masterpiece London 2019

We are excited to be counting down for our exhibition at Masterpiece London 2019, for the ninth consecutive year, where we will be showing some fine works of British Folk Art.

Bringing together 150 of the world’s top galleries, Masterpiece has established itself as one of the world’s leading international art fairs in the heart of London. Unlike old fashioned and traditional antique shows, Masterpiece has no boundaries in terms of dateline, material/medium or scale, it simply sets out to celebrate excellence.

We have sourced and selected some exceptional pieces to be exhibited, all of which share the magical and unique qualities that draw us to them. Examples include an exceptional carved sandstone sculpture of a reclining lion; a life-size hand carved and painted sculpture of an angel; a rare early “Turk’s Head” tobacconist’s trade sign, and an exceptional pair of primitive Georgian Windsor comb back armchairs with curved crests and broad sculpturally saddled seats.

We have Complimentary Tickets available, so please do contact us if you would like to visit. We look forward to seeing you there.






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