The 43rd Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair got off to an exciting start last week with a number of significant sales across the whole spectrum of art and antiques. Over 5,000 visitors flocked to the opening day, with notable visitors including Pharrell Williams, Sir Bob Geldof and Julian Sands taking the opportunity to browse and buy from the huge range of stock available. The day ended with a preview charity event, hosted by Starlight Children’s Foundation. Mary Claire Boyd, Fair Director comments, ‘we are delighted that our long standing, new and returning dealers are all reporting good sales. The change of dates to the end of June has opened up the fair to new audiences and underlines London as the focus of the art and antiques market during this time. We look forward to further significant sales over the next six days.’ Trading over the first four days of the fair was strong with notable s

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