Antica Namur, the rendez vous for all Art and Antique lovers that requires no further introduction, will return this autumn in the capital of Wallonia.

Once again this year, very special care was devoted to selecting the galleries and antique dealers, amongst whom we can already announce : Bernard de Leye, the Gallery de Potter d´Indoye, , La Fondation Albert Vandervelden as well as Jan Muller. All names that attest to the fair´s rise in importance over the course of the successive editions, making it a must meeting place whose fame far surpasses our borders.

From great international houses to young antique dealers and gallery owners, the fair brings together 115 exhibitors, thus offering a wide range of specialties.

Over the years, Antica Namur has built up a reputation for excellence that makes it an imperative rendezvous for all passionate art lovers.


Our General Conditions are available online

Opening hours



From Saturday 11 to Sunday 19 November 2023

Preview: Thursday  9 November from 2pm to 10pm (upon invitation only)

Vernissage: Friday 10 November from 2pm to 10pm (upon invitation only)

Fair: from 11 until 19 November – week:  1pm – 7pm – week-end: 11am – 7pm


Authenticity above all

All pieces presented at Antica are examined before the opening of the fair by nearly thirty independent Belgian and foreign experts with varied specialties.

During a full day and in absence of the exhibitors, these renowned specialists are patrolling the aisles to check if the exhibited items correspond to the authenticity criteria of the fair and match with what their label or identification card announces.

This meticulous work is extended through the presence of three experts during the fair. The experts, answer the questions of the public or potential buyers and issue certificates of authenticity (No private vetting allowed).

Only the furniture and objects which are presented to the official experts at the moment of the transaction can be guaranteed by the experts.

Guillaume Rullier

Specialist in furnitures and objects of the 17th, 18th and 19yh century. Member of the C.E.A., specialised in art objects and antics

Laure Dorchy

Specialist in gemology, old juwelery and juwelerystores.