the small 9¼” size and just 5 of the miniature 4½” vase, they are priced at £720 and £280 respectively. AD Antiques is also bringing a large selection of antique British art pottery including late 19th century William de Morgan tile panels, a Martin Brothers’ Wally Bird tobacco jar, £24,500 and a Doulton Lambeth lidded jar modelled as an owl, c1890. Designed by Mark Marshall and executed by Bessie Newbury, it is 8” high and priced at £1,550.
Jewellery is always in demand and the fair has five jewellery dealers bringing a glittering array to suit all tastes from antique to designer jewellery. Find quirky pieces from Sue Brown; an elegant emerald bead and 18ct gold necklace, c1900, £15,000 and a cute Cartier gold clip of a terrier with one ruby eye and the other eye being a diamond surrounded by a black enamel patch, 1960s, £6,800 from Anthea AG Antiques. Mayfair jeweller Wimpole Antiques has an Art Deco diamond and ruby bracelet by the famous American jeweller Oscar Heyman. T Robert’s selection of antique jewellery and objets d’art includes a scarce 18ct yellow gold Etruscan revival micro-mosaic locket by the important French maker Eugène Fontenay (1823-1887), c1870, priced at £10,000.
One of London’s most stylish hotels, The London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square is situated in the heart of Mayfair, just minutes from the West End’s shopping streets and Park Lane. Light refreshments can be found in the fair’s foyer and upstairs Gordon Ramsay’s two restaurants maze and maze Grill offer fine dining and New York grill inspired food. The hotel’s twenties inspired Luggage Room recently won an award for best bar in Mayfair.