Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Changes in Alfies

We thought we would bring you up to speed with a number of changes in Alfies, we have some new additions to the market and some dealers have expanded.

Firstly James Hope on the second floor, James deals in European decorative art and design from late 19th to mid 20th Century. His bold paintings and ceramics make for a really stunning addition to the second floor.
A must see for art enthusiasts.

Tin Tin Collectibles, who have a stand on the ground floor have expanded to the second floor where they stock exclusively antique and vintage luggage and travel accessories.
There is a wide range of sizes and styles available.

Another dealer who has taken on an additional stand is Barry Landsman. His ground floor unit of British 18th and 19th Century watercolours has broadened to small pieces of furniture and other decorative items from the same period. You can find Barry's additional stand on the first floor.

Modo Italia have moved to a bigger space on the first floor occupying Bent Ply's previous stand. The bigger space has allowed for a great display area for their fantastic and unusual Italian furniture, art and ceramics.

Bent Ply have moved to their own shop on Lisson Grove, just seconds away from Alfies. The shop is a fantastic space and is perfect for their stock of avant garde 20th Century furniture. This is well worth a visit on your way either to or from Alfies.

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