Janice Kehoe established Solo Antiques in 2004 following a lifetime’s interest in studying and dealing in art and antiques.
They specialise in beautiful and stylish period items with an emphasis on quality and condition Art Nouveau and Art Deco sculpture and glass.
Janice Kehoe originally trained as a lawyer and worked in commercial law. Early on she developed a passionate interest in antiques and over many years acquired the necessary knowledge.
Their Art Nouveau and Art Deco sculpture spans the period 1880 to 1935, with an emphasis on bronze, including work by Demetre Chiparus, Ferdinand Preiss, Pierre Le Faguays, Joe Descomps, Ernest Seger, Victor Seifert and Franze Bergman.
Their Art Nouveau and Art Deco glass include works by Galle, Daum, Loetz, Rene Lalique and Muller Freres.
Their Arts and Crafts objects, mainly from copper and silver, cover the years 1880 to 1935, with an emphasis on style and quality including W A S Benson, Newlyn, Keswick School of Arts & Crafts, Hugh Wallis, Archibald Knox, Liberty, WMF, Duchess of Sutherland and Birmingham Guild.
Fairs & Vetting
Solo Antiques exhibits at several vetted fairs throughout the UK.
Janice is a member of vetting committees for Antiques For Everyone, Penman Fairs and Harrogate International Fine Art and Antiques Fair.
She has also worked with both BBC and ITV on various television programmes.
For further information visit the company website
Harrogate Antique & Fine Art Fair
Galloway Antique & Fine Art Fair