Monday, 23 March 2009

Visit, Reception and Talk at the BADA Antiques and Art Fair

Date: Monday, 30th March 2009
Venue: Duke of York Square (off Sloane Square), London, SW3 4LY
Fee: £12 per head (by cheque payable to BADA Ltd) (includes attendance to reception, champagne, the gallery talk, a BADA Handbook and a voucher for a return visit the following day.)

A reception and talk on Oriental Works of Art at the British Antique Dealers’ Association Fair has been organised for Society members and guests.
With approximately 100 members of BADA exhibiting from throughout the UK, this is the leading national art and antiques fair in this country.
This is a ‘must’ for anyone interested in art and antiques, where a dazzling array of top quality furniture, paintings, clocks, ceramics, jewellery and silver can be viewed and bought. We will be entertained to drinks and then given a short talk by two oriental specialists exhibiting at the Fair.
The Fair is open to the public each day at 11am between 25th and 31st March. (Normal admission is £10 single, £15 double) Laura Bordignon, a specialist in Japanese ivories and bronzes from the Meiji period, will talk about the collection on her stand, highlighting a recently acquired ivory carving from the Tomkinson Collection, formed in the 19th century in England.Paul Champkins, a specialist in Chinese ceramics and works of art, will talk about the objects on his stand, highlighting a Blue & White 18th century Ming style vase.

To reserve your place, please contact the Japan Society office on tel: 020 7828 6330 or email:

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