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Opening Time

Mon - Thurs 14h00-18h00 Fri 14h00-20h00

Late opening: Thu 20th and 27th 18h00-21h00

Closed: Mon 24th Oct, Wed 26th Oct & Tue 1st Nov 

Other hours including weekends by appointment only


Neolithic Asian art and life

Thu 3rd Nov 18h30

Library of University Women’s Club

2 Audley Square, London W1K 1DB

Free to attend, contact the gallery to reserve your place

Guided Tour

18h00 Fri 21st Oct, Fri 28th Oct, Fri 4th Nov

Live Talks

Chinese Neolithic pottery vs. European antique furniture

Tue 1st Nov 15h00

From Persia to China, blue in ancient ceramics
Thu 3rd Nov 13h00

Japanese ceramics and bronze sculptures to create a wabi-sabi European home
Sat 5th Nov 13h00

Stand 29 Wick Antiques in Chelsea Antiques and Fine Art Fair Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, London SW3 5EE

Free to attend, please contact the gallery to receive Collectors Preview tickets for 1st November

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May 12 - June 30, 2022

For the first time, an antique gallery brings a selected collection of ancient objects demonstrating the female form. Ranging from the Geologic Period to the Chinese Tang dynasty (618-907 CE), these female figures do not merely reflect feminine energy and elegance, but they also highlight the cultural exchange of fashion between the East and the West. The four sculptures are accompanied by paintings and other works showcasing the female form. A series of special in-person events with female themes will take place alongside the exhibition at the gallery.


by appointment only



March 22-27, 2022

Chelsea Old Town Hall

London SW3 5EE

Dr. Shanshan Wang presented a selection of stunning and rare early Chinese, Japanese and Korean ceramics and sculptures. Special talk series were held everyday throughout the fair.

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September 30 - November 15, 2021

Summer in London is ending but a new exciting period is coming soon—the antique gallery W. SHANSHAN 珊然軒 will open its doors to all of you starting from 30 September. The inaugural exhibition, “Tastes of the Ancient Eras” shows a selection of early Chinese pottery and Tang dynasty sculpture. To celebrate the grand opening, the gallery will also be hosting a series of events during the exhibition period, including online preview, live conversations with experts from various aspects of the art world, handling sessions, etc. We invite you all to register in the events shown below. Many more are coming soon. Sign up our newsletter and not to miss any upcoming programmes.