Wednesday August 5, 2020

Dealers adjust to new reality

After a century of trading , the abrupt departure of Partridge Fine Art from its purpose-built listed building in London’s Bond Street, when its main creditor AIB pulled the plug earlier this month, has sent shockwaves through the trade.

19th September, 2009

After a century of trading , the abrupt departure of Partridge Fine Art from its purpose-built listed building in London’s Bond Street, when its main creditor AIB pulled the plug earlier this month, has sent shockwaves through the trade.

With the 44th Irish Antique Dealers Association (IADA) Fair in the offing, whither the future of the Irish antique dealer?

The president of the IADA, George Stacpoole, has survived past recessions, but never encountered one...

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