Haynes Fine Art Haynes Fine Art Est 1971

British Antique Dealers Association
The Association of Art and Antiques Dealers

Upcoming Events

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show

14th February 2018 to 20th February 2018

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show
One of the most anticipated events of the season, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will celebrate its 15th Year as a hallmark to the community when it returns to the Palm Beach County Convention Center on Presidents’ Day weekend, February 14-20, 2018. With the collections of more than 170 international exhibitors to choose from, the 2018 show will boast a stunning selection of art, antiques and jewelry and will draw tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators, investors and interior designers who are eager to view and purchase some of the most unique and coveted treasures in the world.


Items at the show will span every genre, including fine art, antique and estate jewelry, furniture, porcelain, Asian art, American and European silver, glass, textiles, sculpture and more, ranging from the antiquities to the 20th century. Guests will have access to aisle after aisle of extraordinary collections offered by returning exhibitors from around the world. Another highlight of this year’s show is the announcement that the Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope will be the benefiting charity partner of the Exclusive Vernissage Private Preview at the February 2018 Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show.

Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(3000+ Parking Spaces Now Available)

General Admission Show Dates

ThursdayFebruary 1511am – 7pm

FridayFebruary 1611am – 7pm

SaturdayFebruary 1711am – 7pm

SundayFebruary 1811am – 7pm

MondayFebruary 1911am – 7pm

TuesdayFebruary 2011am – 6pm

Mere Fair - Art Antiques Cheshire

23rd February 2018 to 25th February 2018

Mere Fair - Art Antiques Cheshire
Art Antiques Cheshire at The Mere Golf Resort & Spa 
The Mere Golf Resort & Spa is one of the UK's most desirable venues, and the 2018 antiques and fine art fair due to be staged in the James Braid Suite is the perfect complement to the high society functions held here on a regular basis. With a luxury hotel now forming part of the complex, visitors can have a weekend away at The Mere, enjoying good food, sumptuous surroundings and of course all the delights of the antiques fair.
A three day vetted fair
The finest examples of antiques and fine art will be on offer from around twenty-five specialist dealers, some of whom you might more often see at the top London fairs. Visitors can browse among the displays of period town and country furniture, romantic and contemporary sculpture, jewellery, traditional and modern paintings and watercolours, glass, lighting, silver, vintage watches and couture, maps and prints, clocks, mirrors, antiquities, historical artefacts, ceramics, 20th century design objects and many other decorative works of art.
The exhibitors will primarily be drawn from the country's leading  professional organisations, BADA and LAPADA The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers, and are all established, reputable specialists in their own fields.  

Opening hours



Naples Art, Antique and Jewelry Show

24th February 2018 to 27th February 2018

Naples Art, Antique and Jewelry Show
The Palm Beach Show Group, recognized as the nation's leading producer of premiere jewelry, art and antique shows, is proud to announce the return of the, Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show February 24-27, 2018. The vetted show will feature the stunning collections of internationally acclaimed exhibitors.
Naples Exhibition Center
At The Commons
850 Goodlette-Frank Road
Naples, FL 34102 
General Admission Show Dates
SaturdayFebruary 24 10am – 6pm
SundayFebruary 25 10am – 6pm
TuesdayFebruary 27 10am – 4pm

The Vivien Leigh Collection

12th March 2018 to 31st March 2018

The Vivien Leigh Collection



Haynes Fine Art, 

70 Pimlico Road, 





Exhibition Dates: 12 - 31 March 2018 | Monday to Friday 10am - 6pm | Saturday 10am - 5pm | Other times by appointment 


Hollywood icon and star of one of the most beloved films of all time, Vivien Leigh captured hearts and minds with her performance as Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind in 1939. Haynes Fine Art are shining a spotlight on Vivien Leigh by sharing a glimpse of the esteemed actress’s private life through a collection they have assembled as a complete room setting which includes paintings, furniture, rugs and associated memorabilia.



Whilst Tony Haynes was viewing paintings in the Sotheby’s ‘Vivien Leigh’ sale he had a chat with the auctioneers who stated they had phone lines booked with dealers and collectors from over forty countries worldwide. It seemed a shame that this wonderful collection was going to be broken up and scattered, fated to become token parts of dealers stock or, in time, forgotten pieces in passed down collections. With this, Emma Haynes set about a plan to assemble a bespoke room set from the key pieces available to buy.
Most of the furnishings available were purchased for or taken to Notley Abbey, near Long Crendon in Buckinghamshire, home to Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier (undoubtedly Britain’s most glamorous and enigmatic film couple). Notley Abbey was one of the largest and richest Augustinian monasteries in Oxfordshire; a worthy venue for Hollywood royalty.
Vivien Leigh, star of Gone with the Wind, and her husband Laurence Olivier bought the majestic medieval abbey during the war after a bombing raid on their home in the city. Vivien and Laurence stayed here until 1960. During their residence the couple were known for holding many lavish parties at the house. It was also used for the filming of several movies, most of which would have featured some of their furnishings. 
Using photographs we have recreated the collection as we believe they would have assembled it. With exquisite fine furniture, notable works of fine art and beautiful personal effects, we have built a film-like set to display the ephemera especially for you to come and enjoy. Alongside the collection are details from the letters of provenance and captivating images showing the furniture in its original home.
Among the collection is a drawing in the style of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec made for Miss Leigh in 1953 by an artist friend, John Klimo. The thank you note she sent him by return reads “How could you know that this is my favourite Lautrec poster: in fact, I have a copy at home and have always thought what fun it would be if and when Sir Laurence and I go to a fancy dress ball we should appear as these two characters.”
It will be the first time the collection has been put on show in our London Gallery after a careful restoration programme. We do hope you can join us for what promises to be a rewarding experience and one which will be remembered by us all for years to come. 
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