Her first Little Chelsea Decorative Arts & Antiques Fair will run midweek on Monday and Tuesday, March 2-3.
Previously organised by silver dealer Daniel Cotton, The Little Chelsea Fair ran for around eight years, ceasing at the end of 2018.
Alexander has assembled a rather impressive line-up of around 50 dealers, particularly from standholders who previously exhibited at Little Chelsea as well as traders from her monthly antiques fairs in Dorking.
Mid-century pieces will have a presence.
Fifteen dealers will specifically cover the all-important decorative arts including furniture, rugs, lighting, mirrors and textiles. A few names here are: Ann Drury with classical decorative arts and antiques, Noel Chapman of Bleu Anglais, a familiar presence at the Textile Society’s fairs, while Rachel Simpson will offer antique rugs and Chris Webb of CW Antiques focuses on tribal pieces.
Alexander said: “The fair has a great following with dealers and collectors but I have added a specific focus on the decorative element so that the relaunch generates an even wider audience than before.
“With only the Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair at Battersea targeting the market around this location, Little Chelsea offers dealers another opportunity to exhibit in London, at more manageable costs.”