The 5-day lifestyle fair attracts aficionados hunting for items that rarely reach the market.
Amongst the pieces on display were the only surviving prototype Spitfire to be used by the Royal Air Force during the Second World War, priced at £8 million, and a large Francis Bacon painting, "Still Life - Broken Statue and Shadow", available for £9.5 million.
Fine art was also strongly represented, with Parisian gallery Galerie Boulakia displaying Impressionist oil paintings by renowned artist Camille Pissarro, with prices of up to £1.7 million.
Also being showcased at the luxury bazaar was a one-off Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coup, created especially for the event. The car has been sprayed in Mazarine Blue paint – an unusual colour for a Rolls-Royce – and features a customised Aspery jewellery box embedded in the glove box, and a four-piece navy blue leather luggage set.
The unique car is said to have received its first firm offer on Wednesday, with a deal expected to be in the region of £340,000.
Rolls-Royce’s Spirit of Ecstasy emblem is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, for which a series of commemorative events have been held.