Homepage

The Winter Art & Antiques Fair 2018

Preview Evening 29 October

30 October - 4 November

The fair is the last important art and antiques fair before Christmas and attracts thousands of collectors, connoisseurs, interior designers and canny Christmas shoppers. There are over 20,000 objects of outstanding quality and the winter nights give the event a seasonal sparkle and luxurious atmosphere.

Discover 70 of the UK's top dealers selling everything from diamonds to dining tables and from clocks to ceramics. You can buy truly one-off pieces from famous names such as Lalique, Matisse, Meissen, Cartier and Asprey. As well as, furniture dating from the 16th century to 20th century, Art Deco furniture and objects, Asian antiques, textiles and carpets, glass, mirrors, silver and art from old masters to contemporary. 

Offering an extraordinary choice for creating stylish interiors, finding unique gifts and inspiring collections.

Why Visit?
Winter Art & Antiques Fair Olympia returns for the 28th year with an impressive line-up of 70 leading UK dealers. It is a key event in the art and antiques winter calendar.
Read more
Exhibitor List
New dealers are added on a weekly basis so please check back regularly to see the most up-to-date listings. The exhibitor list for 2018 will be coming shortly.
Read more
Gallery
View the gallery of arts & antiques at the fair. Pieces range from the modern, eclectic and quirky to the traditional and classic.
Read more
Essential Information
Winter Art & Antiques Fair Olympia takes place from the 29 October - 4 November 2018. Check our opening hours, get directions to the Fair and find out more about visiting.
Read more
Talks & Highlight Tours
Enjoy insightful and inspiring talks hosted by speakers from leading museums and institutions. Join our expert art advisor on a journey of discovery with our highlights tours.
Read more
Vetting
As a high quality vetted fair, every item is checked by specialised experts, providing visitors with confidence that what they buy is authentic and has the correct labelling.
Read more

2018 Associated Partners