HELLO FROM THE AAADA
We are excited to announce that we have secured new dates for the fair in 2021, 27-30 May. While this is a long wait to see our exhibitors, in the meantime we hope to bring you a number of online alternatives to keep your antique interests alive.
Firstly we are turning to digital publishing to bring you a Virtual Fair Catalogue made up of pieces our exhibitors had planned to bring along in 2020. All items will be available for sale. So, if you wish to receive this publication please make sure you subscribe to our mailing list here.
To refresh your memories please see below for the list of dealers that were set to exhibit along with some of the highlights they were to bring along, of which you can see here.
You can also browse our website for more items for sale along with all our members details and how to get in touch with them during the current restrictions. Many dealers have an online store and many more are open with safe social distancing protocols in place.
Support your favourite dealers now so they can trade as they love to do.
Alan Landis Antiques, established in 1977, is one of Australia’s foremost authorities on English Ceramics (1750-1950) and Australian Decorative Arts, with expertise in Meissen, Australiana and Judaica.
China, Glass, Porcelain, Silver, Asian, Chinese, Oriental, EPNS, Jewelry, Collectables, Retro and Vintage wares, Curios and Furniture from across Asia, Europe, and Australia in Melbourne, Victoria.
Antique & Bespoke jewellery.
Very large stock of antique prints, maps, paintings, and photographs of Australia, Pacific, South East Asia, World. Reference books. Regular catalogues issued.
Fine quality furniture, sculpture and works of art from the ancient to the 20th century – English, European and Oriental. Specialising in English and European furniture from the 17th and 18th centuries, classical sculpture, Japanese works of art, Chinese porcelain.
Chineur is a French word meaning ‘someone who finds antiques and old things’, and we both felt this was exactly what we do. We began by simply collecting antique pieces and things of quality and beauty that enriched our lives. Our particular passions are for beautifully crafted objects from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Specialising in rare books, maps & globes, historical ephemera, photographs, Australian art and antique children’s games. Every month we publish a new email catalogue – sign up via our website. Member of the major international associations in our trade.
Colonial silver, Continental and Australian paintings. Continental furniture & objet d’art.
Specialist dealer in English pottery, particularly Wedgwood; also early English porcelain.
The business was founded in 1945 by former WWI nurse Elsie Cook. Her son, Peter Cook, after a career in the Army, joined Elsie in 1959. He wrote two books on antiques, was a long standing author of a column in the Women’s Weekly and was a panellist on the ABC show “For Love or Money”. Hartley Cook is now the third generation dealer in the business.
We (Kevin and Linda) have operated Grange Antiques in Tasmania for 30 years focusing on the motto “Furniture for Life”. Look forward to meeting you sometime soon.
Fine quality antique and estate jewellery, English and European ceramics and sterling silver, Georgian to Art Deco glass, collectable items and handsome gifts with small pieces of furniture.
Australiana, Antique firearms swords & daggers, Militaria,Ivory carvings, 18th,19th & early 20th Century furniture and decorative arts, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, nautical antiques,advertising paraphernalia, taxidermy and all things exotic and unusual.
Fine English furniture, clocks, English and Australian silver, works of art and treen. Established in Australia in 1967.
Specialising in objects of vertu and fine English, Irish and Scottish silver from the sixteenth century to contemporary.
18th,19th & 20th century British & Continental furniture; Australian Colonial furniture. Bronzes, glass and porcelain. Pictures to 1950.Selected vintage and old carpets and textiles.
Antique sterling silver, jewellery, Georgian glass, porcelain, English and Colonial furniture. Supplier of Goddard’s silver cleaning products.
19th century Furniture, Porcelain, Jewellery, Silver & Glass. Maritime Antiques, Instruments and other items of interest.
Ceramics specialists ‘from Neolithic to Nouveau’, including fine English, French and German porcelain from the 18th and 19th century.
19th to early 20th century English, French and European furniture, clocks, spelter and bronze figures,lighting, and decorative objects. Specializing in antique French beds.
Vanity and sewing items, portrait miniatures, ceramics, vintage glassware, collectables and curios. Specialising in small items of tortoiseshell and pique jewellery.
Rutherford has over sixty years of experience in fine antique jewellery and silver earning them a reputation for one of the best ranges of unique and beautiful Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco & Retro jewellery in Australia.
Andrew Simpson established Simpson’s Antiques in 1978, in Queen Street Woollahra, and was one of the first antique dealers to specialise in 19th century Australian cedar furniture. He is currently the country’s foremost dealer in early colonial furniture, consulting on, Australian Colonial Furniture and Decorative Arts for collecting institutions and private clients nationally.
Fine Antique Jewellery, Sterling Silver, Glass, Porcelain, Objets d’Art, and quality Japanese and Chinese Antiques.
Quality traditional 19th and 20th century furniture, clocks, barometers and decorative items.
Importers of fine jewellery, furniture, silver and art. Specialising in glass, silver from across the globe, Chinese art, African art, cocktail jewellery and the eccentric.
French Antiques & Objet d’art from Louis XV to Art Deco period.
Specialising in 19th and early 20th Century French, English & Australian Furniture, porcelain, glassware and important decorative items. Large stocks always on hand. Established 1947.
English 17th, 18th and early 19th century oak, mahogany and walnut furniture, Staffordshire pottery, English/Delft and other decorative arts. Resident on premises.
Specialists in quality early Australian Cedar furniture, imported French and English furniture and decorative items.
Wallrocks specialise in fine 18th & 19th century European antique furniture.