Nearly 30 returning exhibitors and 7 new ones are ready on Thursday, August 1, in Løkken-hallen, when Løkken Antique Fairs is being held for the 44th time. Here you will get a brief presentation of the new exhibitors.

The first new exhibitor is Karstens Antik from Horsens, which is owned by Karsten Andersson. At his stand you will be able to find a great selection of classic antiques and vintage. However, the focus is particularly on porcelain such as the mussel painted from Royal Copenhagen plus Bing & Grondahl. In addition, you can experience glass, jewelry and vintage Louis Vuitton bags.

From Djursland comes Y.T.T. The owner Christian Kauffmann has traded antiques for approx. 15 years and sells ceramics, retro lamps and lithographs. “Since this year’s theme at the fair is “that special thing for the woman who has everything”, we will also bring some exciting bonnets and aprons,” says Christian.

Another new exhibitor is Ulla Rasmussen from Antique Etcetera, Etcetera in Randers. She will showcase a large selection of bags, jewelry, hand embroidered linen and scarves from well-known brands such as Georg Jensen and Christian Dior. In relation to this year’s theme at the fair, Ulla has selected some vintage scarves from Hermes.

G.C. Antik from Copenhagen is also coming to the fair for the first time. Gert Christensen and his wife say that they have heard very positive things about Løkken Antique Fair, both from exhibitors and guests, so the couple are very pleased that this year they got the opportunity to participate. At G.C. Antik you can find good Danish furniture design in teak, rosewood and oak.

The other new exhibitor from Copenhagen is Great Dane Vintage, run by Claus Jensen. His main interest is handicraft design, and he mainly deals with ceramics, glass art, visual arts and lithographs from Denmark and Scandinavia. In addition, you will be able to see a selection of architect-designed Danish classic small furniture as well as lithographs by the artist Lis Zwick.

The local area is also represented since Preben Larsen from Ingstrup Antik og Moderne has announced his arrival. Preben has been doing business for more than 17 years and has a wide selection of antiques, whether furniture or small items. As a special selection for the antique fair, Preben comes with a nice coffee grinder from approx. year 1920 produced by A. Jørgensen in Copenhagen.

A little further south, more specifically from Aalborg, comes French Art & Vintage. The business specializes in French antiques, which was an obvious choice sinnce Per Marc Pedersen’s mother comes from France. You will be able to experience a wide range of things for decoration such as glass, siphon bottles, enamel signs, wooden boxes, cans, lamps and furniture and garden furniture.

The total of 37 exhibitors wil only bring original items in antiques, art, design and curiosities.