BADA Member Video series: Kevin Page Oriental Art




In the fifth of our series of videos showcasing the broad membership of the BADA, Kevin Page of Kevin Page Oriental Art gives us an introduction to the spectacular workmanship of the Japanese master craftsmen of the Meiji era, with a special focus on an intricate bronze basket of seafood and a special appearance by an articulated lobster. Browse a selection of objects from Kevin Page Oriental Art here.



A conversation with David Isaac

David Isaac, Director of Isaac and Ede, has been working with antiquarian prints for over thirty years. His gallery is based in London and he exhibits at art and antiques shows both in London and overseas. David takes great pride in advising his clients, both private and corporate, on the acquisition, presentation and preservation of individual antiquarian prints and larger collections.

“I'm BADA born and bred, based in Kensington and a purveyor of fine prints.”

What was the first antique you bought for yourself personally? Why?

BADA Member Video series: The Sladmore Gallery




In the third of our new series of videos showcasing the broad membership of the BADA, Ed Horswell of The Sladmore Gallery and Sladmore Contemporary gives us an introduction to the evolution of equine sculpture over the ages.

Ed Horswell has also written a beautiful book, Les Animaliers, showcasing the work of the 40 artists at the forefront of the Animalier movement between 1900 and 1950. Order a copy here.

A conversation with Louise Phillips

Louise Phillips is the current Chairman of BADA and also chairs the Association’s PR and Marketing Committee. She runs Elaine Phillips Antiques, specialising in 17th and 18th Century oak furniture and associated decorative items including metalware, English Delft pottery, needlework, treen and tapestries. The business was established by Louise's mother, Elaine Phillips, in the 1960s and she joined in 1985.