A rare John Bartlam teapot has been discovered by Ceramics and Glass specialist Clare Durham at Woolley and Wallis. A fascinating find, it is only the seventh piece of Bartlam porcelain to have been unearthed, with the other six now residing in the US, spread between private collections and museums.Read More
Thursday 23rd January sees Rosebery's 20th Century Decorative Arts auction. Some beautiful pieces of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Successionist and Modernist design will be going under the hammer.Read More
Duke’s of Dorchester are delighted to be handling a private collection of over thirty works by artist Edward D’Arcy Lister A.R.C.A. painted during his life in Dorset. Lister was born in 1911 in Horsforth, Leeds, he studied at Leeds College of Art between 1928-33 and at the Royal College of Art under Gilbert Spencer between 1933-37. He exhibited at the Royal Academy and also in the Provinces.Read More
Peter Francis are a professionally qualified, long established company of Valuers and Auctioneers operating throughout Wales and the UK . Specialising in regular auction sales of Antiques, Fine Arts, and Collectors items, with general Effects and Chattels. Their online bidding systems attract buyers from across the UK and around the World.
Modern and contemporary art put in a strong performance in Tennants Auctioneers’ Autumn Fine Art Sale on 18th November, with works by Northern artists in particular attracting the interest of bidders.Read More
A beautifully preserved model steam traction engine, discovered on a Wells valuation day, attracted huge interest at Lawrences Auctioneers of Crewkerne last week. Consigned for sale by a lady in Wells, the model steam traction engine was in 1” scale and was made in 1983 by Maxwell Hemmens , a manufacturer of good quality steam models.Read More