Its tilt-top is decorated with needlepoint depicting Chinese porcelain tea ware. Sold for £2750 from the stand of Gaby van Schagen, it was one of many decorative and painted antiques that found new homes during the Battersea event, which ran from April 17-22.
“The fair went well, particularly when you consider the current retail environment,” directors Jane Juran and Darren Hudson said. “We’re delighted that a majority of the 150 exhibitors achieved a satisfactory level of business.”
The next fair in the series runs from October 2-7.