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UNITED KINGDOM


LAPADA - The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers


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APADA, Te Association of Art & Antiques Dealers is the UK’s largest association of professional dealers in antiques and works of art. Since it was formed in 1974, LAPADA’s membership has grown to some 550 member dealers spread throughout the UK together with a number of overseas members. Membership is open only to those who meet the Association’s strict requirements as to experience, quality of stock and knowledge of their subject. Between them, members cover virtually every discipline ranging from antiquities to contemporary fine art. In addition to representing the trade in the UK and furthering the interests of its members through various channels, LAPADA provides the public with:


• Confidence in buying from dealers abiding by LAPADA's Code of Practice


• An online portal, www.lapada.org, to easily locate quality art and antiques, as well as expert guides and events listings


• A Directory of Members and Approved Service Providers – specialist shippers, restorers and other art and antiques related businesses – both online and printed annually


• A free conciliation service in the unlikely event of a dispute with a LAPADA member


• Te opportunity to meet dealers, attend talks and tours and source antiques and works of art at the Flagship Fair in Berkeley Square, London, each September


• Public talks at fairs and events around the country


• Te opportunity to secure one of limited places for non-members at the annual LAPADA Conference


• Te ability to join the LAPADA mailing list giving access to news, complimentary tickets and exceptional highlights from LAPADA dealers, showcased in LAPADA’s Object of the Week


• Certificates of Age & Origin for export purposes, removing or reducing duty payments in countries including Japan, Canada, South Africa and Australia


• A wedding present service for those seeking a wedding list of quality, unique items


• LAPADA gift vouchers, redeemable with any LAPADA member


LAPADA members can be found at all major


fairs throughout the UK and overseas. As well as staging the LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, LAPADA also has a formal association with both the June and November antiques fairs at London’s Olympia.


535 Kings Road, Chelsea London SW10 0SZ , United Kingdom T: +44 (0) 20 7823 3511 F: +44 (0) 20 7823 3522 W: www.lapada.org E: lapada@lapada.org


PRESIDENT Te Earl Howe


CHAIRMAN Te Lord Chadlington


CHIEF EXECUTIVE Rebecca Davies STAFF


Astrid McKenny Engström, Membership Officer


Mieka Sywak, Fair Director


Emma McVittie, Fair Organiser Lucinda Pardoe, Finance


Louise McSherry, Administrator


BOARD DIRECTORS (NON-EXECUTIVE) Michael Golding


(Huntington Antiques Ltd) Ian Anderson


(F.E. Anderson & Son) Ian Butchoff


(Butchoff Antiques) Sean Clarke


(Christopher Clarke (Antiques) Ltd) Anthea Gesua


(Anthea AG Antiques)


Matthew Hall (Panter & Hall)


Rebecca Hossack (Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery)


Costas Kleanthous (Kleanthous)


Catherine McKenna (McKenna & Co.)


Helen Linfield


(Wakelin & Linfield) Jacqueline Pruskin


(Journalist & Consultant) Graham Smith


(Graham Smith Antiques)


FINANCE DIRECTOR (NON- EXECUTIVE) John Dixon


(Georgian Antiques)


Te LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, exclusively showcasing over 100 LAPADA Members, is held each September in London’s prestigious Berkeley Square.


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