LAPADA

AcronymDefinition
LAPADAAssociation of Art & Antiques Dealers (formerly London and Provincial Antique Dealers Association; UK)
LAPADALondon and Provincial Antique Dealers Association (now Association of Art and Antiques Dealers; est. 1974; UK)
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If you buy an item from a LAPADA member, the receipt will show the approximate date of manufacture, any known restoration or repair that has been undertaken and the price paid, plus tax if appropriate.
LAPADA celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Art & Antiques Fair this autumn, as the event returns to Berkeley Square from 14-19 September.
Lapada's family did not suffer much from cancer, unlike Abrogar whose dad Mamerto Angeles died of prostate cancer in 1997, sister-in law Ester Angeles of cervical cancer in 1998, and brother Gerardo Angeles of urinary bladder in 2014.
Other officers are Demy Solitario (Board of Director for Music), Robinson Capital (Board of Director for Technical) and advisers Richard Lapada and Bryan Ricafrente.
Higher professional standards are, however, required by the codes of practice of trade associations such as the Association of Art & Antiques Dealers (LAPADA), which requires that:
Supported by LAPADA, the Association of Art & Antiques Dealers, the fair attracts more than 10,000 visitors from all over the world, offering a fantastic variety of fine arts and antiques at prices ranging from under pounds 500 to over pounds 100,000.
The antiques weekends were launched in 2008 and have grown to seven held annually around Britain by exhibitors who are predominantly members of the UK's two leading trade associations, BADA and LAPADA.
MEN'S 'C+': Arnel de Jesus beat Lemuel Lapada 6-3, 6-3; John Monfort beat Raythen Villarta 7-6(5), 6-1; Aldwin Gonzales beat Vincent Tajo 7-6 (5), 6-1; Rico Cifra beat Erwin Conde 6-0, 6-0.
Smaller select pieces along with decorative items for the home as well as lighting and sewing items will be on offer from dealers such as Lapada member Sue Killinger of Great Missenden, as well as locally-based Naas Antiques and Tom King Smith from Stow on the Wold.
About 85 per cent belong to LAPADA - the Association of Art and Antiques Dealers, the largest association of professional dealers in the UK.
Surely, the 18th and 19th-century antiques expert and director of leading antiques association LAPADA Edward Reily-Collins, who owns Hallidays, would be able to give us a good price.