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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The autumn season gets under way in London with LAPADA, which returns to Berkeley Square from 15-20 September.
The National Fine Art and Antiques Fair is a longstanding, vetted and datelined fair supported by LAPADA which has a strict code of practice providing additional reassurance when making a purchase.
In London, LAPADA welcomes 113 specialist dealers to Berkeley Square (13-18 September).
The Chitra Collection is on display at LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, London, which runs from 13-18 September.
In London, the seventh edition of LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair arrives in Berkeley Square, welcoming over too dealers whose displays include everything from jewellery and furniture to tapestries and clocks (22-27 September).
Sarah Percy-Davis, chief executive of LAPADA, the trade association for art and antiques dealers, believes the climate has sharpened the appetite for classic furniture, heirlooms and treasures of yesteryear.
Supported by LAPADA, the Association of Art & Antiques Dealers, the fair showcases around 90 leading dealers and their extensive variety of the finest antiques, decorative period accessories, objets d'art and fine art - carefully vetted by an independent team of experts.
For all such business, numerous trade bodies and associations (such as LAPADA, SLAD and CINOA) offer advice and guidance; their existence also bolsters consumer confidence.
MORE than 100 antiques dealers will be exhibiting at the LAPADA Fair at the National Exhibition Centre later this month.
Prominent fairs opening for business this month include LAPADA, the 20/21 British Art Fair and Fine Art Asia.
To find your nearest dealer, consult the 2009/10 LAPADA (The Association of Art and Antiques Dealers) members directory.
This exclusive and high quality event is supported by LAPADA, the national association of art and antique dealers, which means it has an official seal of approval.