"The Squall", an early 20th Century, Art Deco, cold painted bronze and ivory figurine of a young woman in a long coat, battling against strong winds. Hand finished surface details and enamel colours, raised on an onyx plinth. Signed 'Chiparus'.
Jeroen Markies


Jeroen Markies Art Deco

Jeroen Markies Art Deco specialises in furniture, mirrors, scultpure and glassware from the Art Deco period.

The company has evolved from a small family run village business to a progressive vibrant specialist business, exhibiting at BADA, LAPADA, OLYMPIA and other major London fairs.

For details of upcoming events or to browse the latest stock, visit their website.

About Jeroen

Jeroen joined his mother Trudy Markies in 1985 at her shop in Forest Row named 'Aspedistra'.

It was there that Jeroen started buying and selling silver and glass from the early morning markets held in village halls around Sussex.

From there he soon developed a passion for the design in furniture, and started his own business ‘Jeroen Markies Antiques’dealing in 17th century furniture through to late 19th century furniture.

At the turn of the century, Jeroen found a love for Art Deco with its fantastic modern lines and light decorative veneers and in 2005 he changed the name of the business to ‘Jeroen Markies Art Deco’.

Today Jeroen specialises in Art Deco furniture, sculpture and decorative arts selling pieces by Chiparus, Lorenzl and Preiss, furniture from the Epstein Brothers, Hille, Heal’s of London, and Glass by Murano and Réne Lalique, as well as various other collectors pieces.

Jeroen Markies studied History of Architecture, Art, and Decorative Arts at the Study Centre affiliated with Phillips Auction House and London University.


Jeroen Markies Art Deco
20th-century furniture, bronze sculpture and decorative arts
The Pantiles Arcade, The Old Corn Exchange
49 Lower Walk
Royal Tunbridge Wells
Opening hours
Open by appointment
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