Designed as a goldfish, a 1960s 18ct gold ruby, diamond and enamel brooch is estimated at £450-650 in a July 5 sale of jewellery at Fellows.
The 2in (5cm) long brooch has green enamel textured scales and fins with ruby and diamond cluster eyes, and bears import marks for London, 1969.
Potteries Auctions’ two-day sale on July 14-15 will include this 7½in (19cm) high Royal Doulton ‘double spook’ figure in a glazed white colourway, shown above. It is impressed with the number 211 and dated 1924.
Be the Change is the slogan heading this political poster above, created to celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama and Vice-President Joe Biden in 2009.
The 3ft x 2ft (91 x 61cm) poster was designed by Shepard Fairey (b.1970) and was acquired directly from the artist by the vendor.
It is guided at €500-700 in a summer art auction at Whyte’s of Dublin on July 9.
This Vienna porcelain cabinet plate, dated to c.1880, is priced at £675 from Regent Antiques in Harringay, north London.
The 9in (24cm) wide piece is hand-painted with musicians. It has a rim of six panels decorated with scrolls, foliate and floral ornamentation in raised gilt on a mulberry ground.
The plate bears the underglaze Imperial & Royal Vienna ‘beehive’ mark and the title Riccio.