Now in its 22nd year, this is the last grandiose antiques event before Christmas - and your chance to snap up quirky one-off gifts that are essentially individual.
Over 130 dealers will flaunt their most tempting artifacts, from silver and ceramic trinkets to jewellery and home accessories, such as drinking glasses and decanters. Collectors too will be out in force, sniffing out Georgian and Regency furniture, Japanese ivories, Meissen porcelain, along with art by Chagall, Miró and Braque and glass by Lalique.
Rest assured that everything is rigorously vetted. Clocks and barometers are tipped as particularly good investments, being classed as machines, and therefore exempt from capital gains tax.
Two-for-one ticket offer:
Tickets cost from £13-£30; print this page and take it along to get two tickets for the price of one.
Olympia Exhibition Centre, National Hall, Hammersmith Road, W14; olympia-antiques.com