Beach bazaar
Around 100 international fine art dealers will exhibit at the American International Fine Art Fair, which opens on Wednesday in Palm Beach, Florida. All items have been vetted by a team of museum curators and experts to ensure both the classical antiquities and contemporary works will be of the highest standard.
A variety of presentations and lectures, offering advice for collectors and expert insights into a range of specialities, have also been scheduled throughout the week. Limited tickets are available for the opening night preview party on Tuesday evening, available from the Norton Museum of Art.
American International Fine Art Fair, February 4-8, Palm Beach County Convention Center, Florida, tel: +1 239-949 5411

Scandinavian showcase
Wednesday will also see the opening of the Stockholm Furniture Fair. This year the event celebrates Dutch designer Ineke Hans as its guest of honour, and she has marked the occasion by creating a special lounge for the entrance hall. The show remains open only to trade visitors until Sunday, when the general public will be welcome. In addition, the accompanying Northern Light Fair will showcase all kinds of lighting design, from LEDs and halogen lamps to glass-fibre lights and chandeliers.
Stockholm Furniture Fair, February 4-8, Stockholm International Fairs & Congress Center

Polished performance
For those wishing to add shine to their breakfasts and teatimes, the London Silver Vaults is hosting a selling exhibition of every variety of silverware a self-respecting dining table could wish for. Teapots and teaspoons, toast racks and cake stands, egg cups and serving dishes can all be found at this show, located on the corner of Chancery Lane and Southampton Buildings.
Time For Tea, The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London WC2, tel: +44 (0)20-7242 3844ú

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