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A snapshot of six sales so far at this year’s Summer Olympia fair

12 June 2014Written by Ivan Macquisten

William Cook sold an American civil war parade flag from 1863 for ticket price £8200 to a barrister from the north of England.

Craig Carrington sold several neoclassical objects for healthy five-figure sums, among them an early 19th century pair of bronze centaurs by Boschetti.

The US ambassador was shopping on Thursday night and bought several interesting pieces from Anthea AG Antiques Ltd, including a pair of Kutchinsky earings and a silver cuff by Buccellati. She also bought from Geoffrey Stead

Hatchwell Antiques sold a table made from the Radial engine of a 1930s aircraft for around £10,000 to a South East Asian buyer.

Jeremy Taylor from Taylor Gallery sold four Seagos, including Cromer, Norfolk  (asking price: £110,000).

New exhibitor Art Ancient sold a Pre-Colombian Nayarit Ball Player (asking price: £9000) to a new customer, a European buyer.

 

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