The National Antiques & Decorative Arts Faire will feature a group of antique dealers from Johannesburg as well as a few from Cape Town including:

Clyde Terry of Clyde on 4th Antiques in Melville, Johannesburg
The organiser of all the antique fairs in Gauteng, Clyde is thrilled to be showcasing some of his best antiques at the Fair including choice pieces of furniture, exquisite silver, collectable china and jewellery.

Jeremy Du Mughn of Jeremy Stephen Antiques in Parkhurst, Johannesburg is a specialist in 20th Century Decorative & Fine Art, quality glass, designer furniture & lighting and established investment art.

John Keogh of Keogh International operates from Johannesburg, Dallas, Texas and Amsterdam and deals in coins, banknotes, war medals, militaria, stamps, old masters art and general objects d’art.

Lona Davies of Lona’s Pianos, who is based in the Midlands, travels the country looking for antique pianos which she lovingly restores for future generations to enjoy. She also has some magnificent grand pianos and will be showcasing some Steinway beauties.

Paul & Peter Mrkusic of Bancroft are stockists of convention to quirky with a wonderful collection of Art Deco and 20th Century collectables including a significant range of silver and antique & vintage jewellery.

Baboo Moolla of Associated Art Holdings is a well-respected dealer in South African art, antique furniture, silver, glassware and Persian carpets. He will have some significant art pieces on sale including a Maud Sumner oil, a Tinus de Jonge or a Greg Boonzaier painting.

Andrew & Desiree Ward-Smith of Billymoon & Agatha’s are well-known antique dealers who trade in Parkhurst and at the Biscuit Mill in Cape Town. They have an eclectic mix of antiques and collectables with the emphasis on the unusual and quirky – this is where you will find that special item you will fall in love with.

Pam Atkinson of Atkinson & Atkinson stocks a wide range of antiques & collectables – find that special figurine, that glass vase or those missing silver spoons at her stand.

Evelyn Sboros of Sboros Jewellery travels to the Far East and Eastern Europe to buy her favourite jewellery – amber. As a specialist in this beautiful stone, Evelyn has the widest range and also stocks antique and costume jewellery.

Daniel Novela is an artist from Klerksdorp whose sophisticated landscapes have a special brand of African Impressionism that is show sensitivity and depth and are hard to resist.

Andre Nel of Cowboys & Angels of Northcliff, Johannesburg deals in a wide range of antiques & Asian collectables but is probably better known for scouring the country to pick up quirky collectables such as old advertising signs, old petrol pumps and other 50’s to 70’s vintage – all the rage in collecting at the moment.

Randburg Coins are specialists in everything to do with coins and money and with so many historical milestones such as World War I and the 100th birthday anniversary of Nelson Mandela, they will have significant items for sale.

Riaan Bolt of Riaan Bolt Antiques
Riaan Bolt has turned his passion for “pioneer furniture” into a business focusing on the furniture made by the pioneers in the Transvaal and the Orange Free State after the Great Trek. To complement his furniture collection he will be decorating his stand with copper pots and old kists.

Vivien Hilton of Moonstruck Experience specializes in Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Vintage Jewellery, Designer handbags, shoes & accessories such as Louis Vuitton, Dior & Chanel. She also brings the steam punk trend of merging Victorian with Game of Thrones to life in amazing vintage clothing & accessories.