Jun 2017
Jul 2017
  • London (United Kingdom)

  • One off event
  • location: Olympia London
  • address: Hammersmith Road - W14 8UX
  • tube: Kensington (Olympia)
  • phone: +41 (0) 871 231 0847
  • email: [email protected]
  • web: www.olympia-art-antiques.com
  • opening hours:

    Preview 26 June 4pm-9pm
    27-28 June 11am-8pm
    29 June 11am-9pm
    30 June - 1 July 11am-7pm
    2 July 11am-5pm

Held in the heart of London, the Art & Antiques Fair Olympia is the largest of its kind in the UK, attracting 160 of the world’s finest specialist dealers and close to 30,000 visitors. Now in its 45th year, you will find an eclectic mix of vetted pieces from antiquity to the present day with prices ranging from £100 to £1 million. From a pair of boots belonging to Lord Roberts, worn during the Anglo-Boer War, to a fun yellow resin pineapple brooch by Isabel Canovas, the sky’s the limit at Olympia for collectors.

Naturally, The Jewellery Editor will be making a beeline towards the jewellery and watch exhibitors, where antique, vintage and contemporary pieces are waiting to be discovered.

Georg Jensen’s silver jewellery is well represented by Grasilver, a specialist in rare vintage Scandinavian modernist jewellery. If you’re looking for the big names in jewellery like Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, Tiffany and Buccellati, head to Anthea A.G. Antiques Ltd.

A good selection of pieces by Oscar Heyman will be showcased at Wimpole Antiques to tie in with a book published earlier this year. For collectors of Art Deco & Art Nouveau jewellery, The Peartree Collection Ltd. is a specialist in the field and has rare pieces by Archibald Knox for Liberty. Meanwhile, hunters of vintage watches from high-end manufacturers like Rolex, Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin will find plenty of goodies at Timewise.  

Not to be missed Not to be missed

A pair of gold men’s cufflinks by Jaeger-LeCoultre with two miniature watches that keep perfect time at Horton; the Oscar Neyman pieces at Wimpole Antiques; the delicate 19th-century diamond and pearl tiara and the unusual gold and cornelian dress clip of a red Indian chief at Anthea A G Antiques Ltd; and the very collectible 1979 Rolex Daytona at Timewise.


  • London
  • address: Hammersmith Road
  • tube: Kensington (Olympia)

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