Gucci tiger motif wave flap bag. Offered in the auction of Designer Handbags and Fashion: Two Private Collections, April 20th (est. £600 - £800 plus 22% Buyer's Premium)
An exceptional Lowestoft porcelain teapot and cover by the 'Tulip Painter', circa 1775. Offered in the Ceramics and Glass auction, April 25th (est. £1,200-1,500 plus 22% Buyer's Premium)
A fine pair of empire style gilt-bronze mounted ruby-stained cut glass vases, late 19th century. Offered in the Ceramics and Glass auction, April 25th (est. £1,500-2,000 plus 22% Buyer's Premium)
Faith Winter, MBE, F.R.B.S. (1928-2017). A bronze bas - relief mural plaque depicting a variety of scenes of air, sea, and land images from the Falklands war of 1982, 1.23 x 3.03m. Offered in the auction of Medals and Militaria, 26 April. (est. £12,000 - £18.000 plus 22% Buyer's Premium)
A very rare William IV inkstand by Paul Storr, London, 1836. Provenance – from the family collection of the late Sir Nicholas Harington. Sold for £10,370 (incl. 22% Buyer're Premium) in the April auction of Silver & Objects of Vertu.
A magnificent Second Quarter 19th Century bronze equestrian statue of Louis XIV after the monument by Louis Petitot (French, 1794-1862) and Pierre Cartellier (French, 1757-1831) Possibly cast by Charles Crozatier (1795-1855). Sold for £24,400. (incl. 22% Buyer's Premium) in the March auction of European Works of Art and Clocks.
Exceptional early 18th century ebonised bracket/ table clock with pull quarter repeat on six bells by Joseph Windmills, London. Sold for £24,400 (incl. 22% Buyer's Premium) in the March auction of European Works of Art and Clocks.
Dame Lucie Rie. Porcelain studio pottery footed bowl, c.1980. Sold for £40,260 (incl. Buyer's Premium)