The National Antiques & Decorative Arts group started in 1999 with the establishment of the National Antiques & Decorative Arts Faire which was staged at the prestigious Sandton Convention Centre in Sandton, Johannesburg.  Since then the Antiques Faire has grown from strength to strength and has attracted participants from all over South Africa and indeed the world. NAADA encourages dealers from all over the world to join and is only open to those who meet the criteria of the NAADA Code of Practice.
NAADA covers nearly every discipline of collecting and participating dealers are required to have a good knowledge of their speciality.

NAADA strives to uphold a Strict Code of Practice which all of its members adhere to. In the event of a dispute NAADA is willing to intervene and help mediate an equitable solution. The Code of Practice has been introduced to give members of the public confidence when they make a purchase from a member.

Members are required to:

  1. Label all items with correct dating and clear pricing.
  2. Members should display the NAADA logo in their windows and on their business cards.
  3. Provide a written invoice stating condition and details of item purchased. The invoice should display the members' vat number, address and telephone numbers.



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