Among his mid-century furniture stock at the fair will be a 1960s G-Plan teak and glass coffee table with sledge ends on castors, priced at £490.
He will also have a Rosewood coffee table circular top on a chrome base designed in the 1960s for the Danish furniture factory Heltborg Møbler, labelled and priced at £870.
Regarding the popularity of mid-century, Burnett says: “I think the appeal with so many of these pieces is to do with quality in both design and manufacture.
“This has been the case throughout all of the recent eras, for example, Arts & Crafts and Art Deco. The G-Plan coffee table and the Danish rosewood table both have iconic shapes and are made from superb quality materials.”
He continues: “We will be showing these pieces alongside traditional 17th, 18th and 19th century English antiques and Chinese and Japanese pieces of furniture and works of art.
“What they all have in common is that they are exceptional. I believe that it is our job to show how interior design can combine all of these and more in the modern home.”
“The success of the fair still means a full house with 90 dealers