From 14 to19 September Lapada Art and Antiques Fair London returns

Lapada Art & Antique Fair - Stevens Furniture Restoration

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WHEN IS THE LAPADA ART AND ANTIQUES FAIR 2018?

Lapada Art & Antique Fair - Stevens Furniture Restoration

Lapada Art & Antique Fair – Stevens Furniture Restoration

The International Lapada Art and Antiques Fair London is one of the major events in the English capital in terms of works of art, crafts, antiques and antique furniture restoration. This year the Lapada Art and Antiques Fair London will be held from 14 to19th September 2018 at the International Exhibition Centre, The Brewery, London.
Stevens Furniture Restoration will be attending this event. If you are passionate about works of art and antique furniture or intrigued in the art of antique furniture restoration /furniture repair here is a fair which will inspire. With high end items of antique furniture and objet d’art. As always we at Stevens Furniture Restoration keep you up-to-date about the main events in this industries calendar, keeping yourselves informed about upcoming events, even if you are a furniture and design professional, meeting with other furniture repair professionals.

Opening days and times of Lapada Antique Fair London 2018
A calendar follows of the exhibition, which will be divided into 7 days, so that you can organize yourselves. Please note that changes may be made to the days and times.

  • Thursday 13th September from 15.00 to 20.30
  • Friday 14th September from 11.00 to 20.00
  • Saturday 15th September from 11:00 to 19.00
  • Sunday 16th September from 11:00 to 19.00
  • Monday 17th September from 11:00 to 17.30
  • Tuesday 18th September from 11:00 to 20.00
  • Wednesday 19th September from 11:00 to 19.00

WHAT WILL BE FOR SALE AT THE LAPADA ART AND ANTIQUES FAIR?

The event known as the Lapada Art and Antiques Fair was launched in 2009 and since then it has developed from year to year becoming a world famous event hosting 100 exhibitors of various provenance covering the whole art and antiques sector:

  • exhibitors of rare and antique jewellery;
  • exhibitors of antique furniture and furniture restorers;
  • carpet vendors;
  • exhibitors of rare tapestries;
  • vendors of watches, ceramics and silverware;
  • exhibitors of works of art.

The sale of reproductions of famous works of art is not allowed. A specialized committee assigned to checks, composed of 70 people including restorers of furniture and objects and specialists from auction houses esteemed for their expertise and integrity, guarantee the authenticity of the products and preselect them. Only members of Lapada can exhibit their own works and products on sale, after having accepted the Association’s code of conduct. The articles on sale at the Lapada Art and Antiques Fair have prices ranging from 500 to 500,000 pounds. This fair is not only an interesting opportunity for lovers of antiques and furniture restoration but in general attracts many curious people, even if they are not experts in the sector, as one of the most important social events in the English capital.

LAPADA: SOME HISTORY

The main aim of the association and the fair has always been to support the art and antiques trade and this is why we at Stevens Furniture Restoration think it is particularly important to tell you about it. The symbol of the association and art and antiques dealers Lapada is a golden chandelier. This association was founded in 1974 and since then it has made a name for itself as the largest association in the sector in the United Kingdom, with more than 550 British and foreign members, including vendors of jewellery, silver, works of art, furniture restorers and antique furniture repair experts. When the symbol of the chandelier is displayed in a window or in a fair it is the sign recognizing that the dealer belongs to the group and of the relevant quality of the products on sale. Lapada is also mindful of the protection of purchasers and the public at fairs and this is why it has introduced a Code of conduct which all members must accept: the association was the first in the sector to do this.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]