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Kangxi period famille verte covered vases star in selection of ceramics on show

05 June 2023

The Galerie JM Béalu et Fils will be showing a selection of Chinese ceramics in its left bank rue de Bac gallery.


Prisoners who were publishers

05 June 2023

Periodicals were produced in a Scottish camp by inmates to make life a bit more meaningful


Georgian necklace evokes family memories

05 June 2023

A necklace composed of nine ‘Stuart crystal’ memorial slides comes for sale at Sworders’ auction of Fine Jewellery and Watches on June 27.


Chinese patinated bronze figure collected by a Dane

05 June 2023

Christie’s holds its live summer Asian Art auction in Paris on June 14 with an online sale running from June 6-20.


Panthers on the hunt in Petworth Antiques & Fine Art Fair

05 June 2023

Big cats proved popular among the many sales at this busy West Sussex event.


Rare jades with notable provenances come to auction

05 June 2023

Sotheby’s Asian Art sale in Paris on June 15 will include some rare jades with notable provenances.


Aquamarine appeal of less expensive post crash pieces

05 June 2023

In the years after the Wall Street Crash in 1929, some of the less expensive gemstones became popular in jewellery manufacture.


Precious metals prices: issue 2596

05 June 2023

On Friday, June 2, Michael Bloomstein of Brighton was paying the following for bulk scrap against a gold fix of: $1975.58 €1835.07 £1580.64


Fruitwood box finds its sense of plaice but spoon bids stay selective

05 June 2023

Treen boxes and silver caddy spoons were sold as part of the Fine Silver sale at Anderson & Garland


Hulk heads price list in Newcastle comics sale

05 June 2023

Around 750 lots of comics featured in a May 10-11 auction held by Anderson & Garland (25% Buyer’s Premium) of Newcastle.


News in brief including an Edward Burne-Jones stained-glass window coming to auction

05 June 2023

A round-up of art and antiques news from the previous seven days, including the sale of an Arts and Crafts window which was one of nine designed by Burne-Jones for a home in Yorkshire.


Titanic plan helped to reveal the route to iceberg disaster

05 June 2023

A huge plan used during the British Titanic inquiry was the top lot of Henry Aldridge & Son’s (22% buyer’s premium) latest auction dedicated to Titanic, White Star and Transport memorabilia.


Representative of heavenly virtue

05 June 2023

This 15th century ring, set with a rhomb-shaped table-cut sapphire, is engraved with lilies and other flowers issuing from a crescent bowl.


Republic period vase from an Antwerp private collection

05 June 2023

Tajan's Asian Art auction on June 12 will include this Tianquiping vase, a republic period piece bearing an apochryphal Qianlong mark to the base.


Take a detailed look at Duncan Grant

05 June 2023

Recent results for the Bloomsbury Group artist show how his prolific output creates a wide price range

British and Irish book auctions, June 6-18, 2023

05 June 2023

Our regular listing of UK and Irish book auctions


Australian cricketer bowls in and tribal art drums up support

05 June 2023

The Abacus sale on June 28-30 in Melbourne will feature an eclectic mix of material.


'Beautiful example' of Horace Minns work

05 June 2023

The Fine Jewellery auction at Fellows in Birmingham on June 15 includes this Arts & Crafts silver blue gem and bluster pearl foliate pendant.


Faun fleshes out the Philpot story

05 June 2023

A couple of works by leading names in the Modern British art market helped Dreweatts (26/25/20/12.5% buyer’s premium) post a total of over £1m (including premium) at its early spring Modern and Contemporary Art auction.


Corday justifies assassination of Marat

05 June 2023

Charlotte Corday was the woman who assassinated the French Revolutionary journalist and politician Jean-Paul Marat.