• Oldies but Goodies: The 10 Standout Antiques from The Winter Show

    Last night, design aficionados descended on Park Avenue Armoury for the ultimate Throwback Thursday: The Winter Show, the world's preeminent antique fair.
  • Frank de Biasi and John B. Murray Share Their Highlights from The Winter Show

    Every January, The Winter Show, one of the most prestigious antiques fairs in the world, takes over New York's historic Park Avenue Armoury.
  • At The Tefaf Fair - Famous Furniture

    The fifth installment of TEFAF New York, the art fair that started in Maastricht, the Netherlands, is just as grand and impressive as its previous versions.

    Three hundreds years after Thomas Chippendale was born, two of the cabinetmaker’s admirers—LORD SNOWDON and SIMON PHILLIPS—met to discuss his legacy. Article featured in Vanity Fair On Art 2018 Edition. 
  • 300 Years Since Thomas Chippendale Was Born

    Thomas Chippendale’s designs will be displayed in an exhibition this June to commemorate the tercentenary of his birth.
  • Collectors' Focus Chippendale

    Chippendale’s peerless designs have become synonymous with English furniture, but with only around 600 pieces traceable to his workshop, the market is small and competition fierce. Above all else, collectors should look for a firm attribution.

    Made in circa 1765, our mahogany writing table almost certainly by William Vile is featured in Country Life this month.

  • In devilish detail

    There's never a dull day at Ronald Phillip's antique restoration workshop. Camilla Apcar discovers a concealed studio brimming with expertise and fine furniture.
  • Winter in New York

    Two of London's top furniture dealers will have exceptionally fine offerings for visitors to the New York Winter Antiques Show, which has its preview at the Park Avenue Armory on January 19 and runs to the 29th.
  • Born in the USA

    With TEFAF at the helm, this year’s autumn fair at New York’s Armory is larger and offers more treasures than ever
  • Foreign Affair

    Made in c. 1750, these Cantonese enamelled sconces were created for the king of Portugal - flamboyant symbols of the court's love of the Orient, Chiense in style, European in form, and full of references to both Eastern and Western culture, they tell an enigmatic tale of cross-continental taste and trade in the 18th century.
  • Good as Gold

    Antiques icon Ronald Phillips on Bruton Street is the last dealer in the area. So is this a blessing or a curse? Owner Simon Phillips fills Mayfair Times in and tells them why he’ll never leave Mayfair.