The best display award was given to second generation porcelain specialist Elisabeth Lorie of Mary Wise & Grosvenor Antiques. Best lighting category went to silver specialists N & I Franklin and best object category was won by a George II Pietra Dura and Mahogany Cabinet-on-Stand from Thomas Coulborn and Sons.
The best stand was won by Godson & Coles.
The accolades were awarded by an independent panel of experts comprising Jo Baring, director and curator of The Ingram Collection, Colin Gleadell, art market columnist at the Daily Telegraph, Harper’s Bazaar’s commissioning editor Catriona Gray, interior designer Robert Moore of Moore Design and Sophia Salaman, social media editor at World of Interiors.
The event, which takes place at Duke of York Square, Chelsea, was rebranded from its previous title The BADA Fair and is in its 26th year. BADA has around 350 members and celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.
The fair runs until March 20.