Come and explore our lively Asian marketplace, a unique pop-up shopping extravaganza organised by Asia House which brings together the best in arts, crafts, fashion, food and design from across the Asian region.
The eighth annual Asia House Fair will take place from the 3 to 6 March 2016. Throughout the four-day event, Asia House’s magnificent London headquarters just north of Oxford Street will be transformed into a bustling bazaar where shoppers will have the chance to buy unique and unusual items not normally seen on the high street including unique jewellery, textiles, arts and crafts sourced from Asia or inspired by traditional craftsmanship.
Original and ethically-sourced items on sale this year include jewellery with natural stones from Kazakhstan; vintage kimonos from Japan; woollens from the Indian Himalayas; traditional Sri-Lankan Lace; hand embroidered textiles and jewellery from Pakistan; hand-woven throws and scarves; vintage indigo textiles; clutches and totes handmade from traditional Dhurrie textile; traditional Uzbek and Turkoman robes, and many more unique pieces from the Asian region.
This year, the Asia House Fair will host an Asian art and embroidery exhibition in the Asia House Gallery from London-based privately owned art dealership Art Rickshaw. The exhibition will showcase an exquisite collection of 100 per cent handmade silk embroidery art from Southeast Asia. Art Rickshaw will also exhibit and sell a selection of hand dyed Batik Art from Indonesia, hand-painted Tibetan Mandalas and Traditional Madhubani Art from the Indian Sub-Continent and Southeast Asia.
On the Saturday The Chocolatier will be holding a talk and tasting about the most wonderful ingredient – chocolate. Come and learn about the history and origins of chocolate as well as taste some of their chocolate, some being wild and some even rare! You will then be treated to sample from The Chocolatier’s best-selling ranges that include candied apple coated in chocolate and dusted in cinnamon!
To read more about what Art Rickshaw and The Chocolatier will be selling at the Fair click here.
Asia House’s chef Paul Bloomfield will host a pop-up café serving Asian street food all day from Friday to Sunday. To celebrate Mother’s Day daughters and sons who attend with their mothers on Sunday will receive a free cup of tea each!
To read about some of the beautiful and unique items which would make perfect Mother’s Day gifts that are on sale at the Asia House Fair click here.
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Thursday 3 March (Opening night and late-night shopping) – This event is now sold out.
17:00 – 20.30
Friday 4 March
11:00 – 19:00
Saturday 5 March
11:00 – 18:00
Sunday 6 March
11:00 – 17:00
Here’s a list of the stallholders exhibiting at the Asia House Fair 2016 (click on the links to see their websites):-
|Accha||Charmarie Maelge||Memsahib||Suwada London|
|Alma Farmer||Dvibahu||Metal Rocks Design||The Far East Art Studio|
|Anek Designs||Ekta Kaul||Nigel Atkinson Studio||Treasures from the Silk Road|
|Annie Mundy – Beyond Biasa||Fuji Kimono||Paper Haveli||Uzbek Khiva Textiles|
|Antonia Graham||Gallery 196||Purvaai||Vanessa Heaney|
|Art Rickshaw||Home-Grown||S Jo||Zafran|
|Bholi||Ma Te Sai||Silk Chassis||Annaloom|
|Bleu Anglais||Mahika||Sophie Pattinson||The Chocolatier|
|Camilla Castello||Mandy Barber’s Bazaar||Still Ethical|
To read more stories about the Asia House Fair click here.