PERSIS + HORTON

Stand: C4
PERSIS + HORTON

Horton have been established for 40 years and sell fine jewellery and British and International art from the nineteenth to the twentieth century. Stock includes paintings and sculpture by well known artists and pieces of academic interest.

The often eclectic selection of works of art appeals to a wide variety of clients including collectors, dealers and interior designers.  Museum clients include Tate Britain and the Victoria & Albert Museum.

 In December 2020 we opened our spacious new shop at 34B Kensington Church Street, London W8 in association with fellow dealer Persis Jewels. Persis holds a wide ranging stock of fine vintage and important signed pieces of jewellery, from 19th century to the present day. The new shop is an ideal location to meet customers old and new along with participating in the London Art Fair and The Art and Antiques Fair, Olympia.

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  • A Bulgari ring set with an 8 carat unheated sapphire. origin Sri Lanka.
  • Study of a seated child 43 cms high Bronze one of ten cast by Hebrard after 1902, this cast numbered '1'
  • Screenprint 1963 "C": A Journal of Poetry Vol. 1, No. 4 (September 1963). New York: Lorenz Gude, Around 250 printed. Unsigned as issued. Screenprinted front and back covers.
  • Gazelle 42cms high by 52cms wide not inc base. Bronze, signed by the tail. Foundry mark : Fuse Marinalli Fierenze Sirio Tofanari was one of Italy's most celebrated animal sculptors.  
  • Sir Matthew Smith  'Flower Study' Pastel and charcoal on paper Signed in ink lower right
  • A Georgian period emerald and diamond pendant, c.1790
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