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Fellows

Fellows’ hits £1m at Birmingham jewellery sale

09 November 2018

Fellows held its largest auction so far this year with a hammer total reaching £1m at its Antique & Modern Jewellery sale.

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Affordable art: Six works sold or offered for under £1000 including a Victorian landscape showing hop houses in Kent

08 November 2018

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales below £1000 and three upcoming lots, including a oil painting of oast houses in a Kentish landscape by Edward H Niemann.

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Original comic artwork from the fantastic Bob Monkhouse Archive comes to auction

08 November 2018

Bob Monkhouse was loved as one of the best comedians and presenters of his generation but few people know about the huge respect he is also held in by comic collectors.

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Bulgari and David Webb among sparkling lots at Fellows

08 November 2018

Jewellery fans with a taste for opulence and luxury might want to view Fellows auction of Antique and Modern jewellery today.

Books

Amazon-owned AbeBooks u-turns on plan to quit trading in four countries after boycott by more than 550 book dealers

07 November 2018

A backlash against Amazon-owned AbeBooks over the online book portal’s decision to quit selling in a number of countries has forced the company to backtrack on its plans.

Martin Brothers pottery at Phillips auction

The bird, the crab, the clock, the lawyer – four rare pieces of Martin Brothers pottery on view in London ahead of Phillips’ New York sale

07 November 2018

An awesome foursome of Martin Brothers figures are on show in London this week at a public viewing being held at auction house Phillips ahead of the sale of the works in New York next month.

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Auction house Lyon & Turnbull launches whisky department to tap into growing sector

07 November 2018

Lyon & Turnbull is to launch regular, dedicated whisky sales at its Edinburgh saleroom as the sector reaches an “all-time high”.