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Meissen clock

Rare $2m Meissen collection restituted to Jewish family comes to market in New York this autumn

28 April 2021

A collection of Meissen porcelain assembled by the Oppenheimer family and recently restituted to their heirs is coming to auction this September.

Tennants saleroom

New faces at Tennants and in Bonhams Motoring team

27 April 2021

New valuers at Tennants are among the latest news across the world of art and antiques.


An Edwardian Arts & Crafts silver cup and a costume design for Rudolf Nureyev are among six lots to watch at auction

26 April 2021

With estimates from £150-10,000 here are six previews of upcoming items this week.

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Top stories this week – including news of Kempton reopening with a bang

25 April 2021

The most popular stories on this website over the last week included news of Sunbury Antiques Market, the fair better known simply as Kempton, returning after the most recent lockdown.

Portrait of Jeremy Taylor

English female portrait painter returns to Colchester auction

24 April 2021

A portrait by 17th century artist Mary Beale (1633-99) took a six-figure-sum earlier this year at a sale in Essex and now a second portrait by the artist will be offered next week.

Oak Mouseman bureau

Unique Mouseman bureau stars in our weekly pick of five auction highlights

23 April 2021

ATG’s weekly selection of items that caught bidders’ eyes includes a purpose-built bureau that tripled its estimate in Yorkshire and made the second-highest ever price for a piece of Mouseman.

Bronze ostrich by ‘workshop of Giambologna’

Bidders go head to head in Cambridge as bronze ostrich sells for £1.41m

22 April 2021

A bronze sculpture of an ostrich catalogued as from the workshop of Mannerist sculptor Giambologna drew an extraordinary competition at Cheffins in Cambridge today.