Established in 1981 by Charles Wallrock. Previous suppliers of Harrods for over 22 years.
Detail: An ebony, amboyna, stained boxwood and burr walnut occasional table,
John C J Atkins, Regent St, London, c1850. £2,450
Objects of Desire and The Vintage Magazine are delighted to be working closely with Alastair Dickenson who is best-known for his appearances as the Silver expert on the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow. Alastair has created a superb collection of forty five original silver objects associated with the sports of hunting, shooting, fishing and polo.
Over several decades of dealing in Antique Silver he has often had enquiries about silver relating to outdoor pursuits. For this reason he has produced a book based on hunting, shooting and fishing but have included a small collection of items connected to other outdoor activities. These include finely modelled animals and birds that would make ideal presents but every piece in this collection has been chosen for its rarity and quality
See a selection of these superb pieces below and please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or email@example.com for a catalogue and price list to see the complete collection and arrange to view the pieces.
Alternatively please telephone 00 44 1962 771336
Pieces range from £275 to £18,500, and would make wonderful Christmas presents.
Summers Place Auctions are pleased to announce that the star lot in the third Evolution Sale is an exceptionally rare juvenile Allosaurus, a first for a UK auction house. The 285 cm long (112 ins), 150-155 million-year-old skeleton was found in Wyoming, USA and is expected to fetch £300,000 – 500,000 in the sale on Wednesday, 25th November 2015.
Also being offered in the sealed bid sale is one man’s entire collection of garden-related objects in one single lot.
A collection that has been amassed over 100 years by three generations of the Crowther Family, who are synonymous with the production of leadwork, will be offered at Summers Place Auctions, Billingshurst, West Sussex in their biannual sale of Sculpture and Design for the House and Garden on Tuesday, May 20, 2014.
Eric Clapton is best-known for his musical talent, but his investment skills would be the envy of most investment professionals. In 2001 Eric Clapton bought three paintings by Gerhard Richter for what was then the huge sum of £2 million (US$3.2 million).
In 2012 the rock guitarist sold one of these paintings for US$34 million at Christies, a sum that would go down in history as the highest priced ever paid at auction for the work of a living artist.
Manuel Marin was born in 1942 in Cieza, Murcia, Spain.
Aged 10 years old he developed a passion for bull fighting, and at 16 fought his first bull fight. He fought with many of the great bullfighters of that period including: Chicuelo Segundo, Pedras Montero, as well as Miguel Mateo (‘Miguelin), Jamie Ostos and Manuel Benitez, better known as ‘El Cordobes’.
Grosvenor House Art Fair, founded in 1934, used to be the grand art and antiques fair of London, but, after a half century of glory, it steadily declined and, like a dowdy old dowager, finally gave up the ghost, in 2009.
A year after its demise, Masterpiece stepped nimbly into its place, but establishing itself in much more airy and spacious premises in Chelsea rather than the cramped and penumbral environs of the Grosvenor House Hotel.
This June, at the peak of the capital’s summer season, Masterpiece London brings together collectors, exhibitors and curators from around the world for an unparalleled show of fine art, antiques and design.
Live Auction, Tuesday 21st May 2013; Sealed Bid Auction, Thursday 23rd May 2013
Viewing: Friday 17th May through to Monday 20th May 10am to 4pm or by prior arrangement.
The catalogue will be available to view online from Friday 5th April 2013