Sneak Peek: Art Antiques London

  • AAL Lucas Rarities Ltd Flato brooch
  • AAL The Silver Fund Boyton
  • AAL Guy Peppiatt Fine Art Gainsborough
  • Xu Lei, Far and Close, 2011, Ink on xuan paper, 25.6 x 69.3 in (65 x 176 cm)

Seventy-five exhibitors of antique art and collectibles will convene from June 8 to June 15 for Haughton International Fairs’ Art Antiques London. Among the highlights are a $500,000 pavé-set gemstone heart brooch designed by renowned Hollywood jeweler Paul Flato in 1938, presented by fair newcomer Lucas Rarities Ltd. of London, and a $35,000 English Art Deco tea set crafted by Charles Boyton in 1930, being offered by the Silver Fund. Daily admission to Art Antiques London is about $25. (+44.0.20.7389.6555, www.haughton.com)

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