Three ceramics specialists are currently signed up, Brian Haughton, Christophe Perlés of Paris and Robyn Robb of Chelsea, and other dealers from different disciplines are expected to join in the coming months.
The host gallery will sell pieces from the Tuke Collection. This collection was developed by father and son collectors both of whom were chairmen of Barclays Bank. The elder Tuke was a founding member of the English Ceramic circle and the collection includes a number of First Period Worcester pieces.
Perlés will feature continental ceramics and Robyn Robb early English porcelain from the 18th century.
The creation of the week-long show follows the decision not to host the Art Antiques London fair this year. The fair, which grew out of the International Ceramics Fair and Seminar, was developed and run by Brian and Anna Haughton.
The show runs concurrently with London Art Week from June 20-July 7.