A Collectors’ Paradise
Friday 29th June to Friday 6th July, 2018; Preview Thursday 28th June
Following last year’s highly successful inaugural exhibition, the trio of exhibitors are returning to stage ‘A Collectors’ Paradise’ once again at 15 Duke Street, St James’s, London SW1Y 6DB from Friday 29th June to Friday 6th July running concurrently with London Art Week.
Exhibiting will be the Brian Haughton Gallery of St James’s, Christophe Perlès of Paris and Robyn Robb of Chelsea, all distinguished dealers in the porcelain and pottery world. Visitors passionate about the arts and antiques world flock from all parts of the globe to London in June and this exhibition offers the chance to see and buy rare and exciting works from the world of porcelain in the intimate surroundings of the gallery located in the heart of London’s art world.
Finest English and European Ceramics and Works of Art
The Brian Haughton Gallery founded in 1964, specialises in the finest English and European Ceramics and Works of Art from the 16th Century through to the present day. The Gallery is situated in the heart of London’s Art World at 15 Duke Street, St. James’s.
Brian Haughton is one of the world’s leading authorities of porcelain and pottery working in this field. He has founded and organised International Fine Art Fairs in London, Dubai and New York including the Legendary International Ceramics Fair and Seminar, founded 36 years ago, subsequently called Art Antiques London which took place in London each June. Museum Directors and Curators from across the World attended and gave Lectures at this prestigious event.
The Brian Haughton Gallery
The Gallery advises Top international collectors and supplies some of the major Museums across the world. Our stock of English and Continental Porcelain and Pottery covers a wide range of eighteenth century manufactories including: Meissen, St. Cloud, Chantilly, Mennecy and Sevres together with Chelsea, Bow, Limehouse, Lund’s Bristol, Vauxhall, Worcester, Derby and Liverpool porcelain.
The Gallery also shows a carefully chosen variety of Contemporary porcelain from leading Studio Potters.
We have great pleasure in launching our latest catalogue “White Gold” which draws inspiration from the very beginnings of porcelain manufacture in Europe at Meissen in 1710, when porcelain was named ‘white gold’. The pieces included show the development of the paste and glaze at this early period and how the new and novel material of porcelain was transformed into the ‘Silver style of shape’ to catch the eye of royal and aristocratic households of the day.