Eight examples of Martin Brothers pottery on thesaleroom.com showcasing the range of skills, styles and prices
'Martinware' is the name given to the array of creations designed and made by the Martin Brothers of Southall, London, during the late 19th and early 20th century.
Intriguing items for arms and armour collectors are regularly available on thesaleroom.com. Here is a selection of five lots coming up at auction.
Stumped for something unusual to buy for a Christmas present? What about an antique toy or model that can take pride of place as an eye-catching decoration for the home?
A vintage set of Sooty, Sweep and Soo hand puppets, given as a gift by magician and presenter Harry Corbett to a Yorkshire family, sold on thesaleroom.com for a hammer price of £5000 yesterday.
Pictured here is our latest round-up of some of the most watched items on thesaleroom.com.
As bold and colourful graphic statements designed for mass consumption, original posters are a great way to fill a wall.
A set of ‘soldier bears’ available at auction next month comes with a story worthy of Remembrance Day.
If you want to say yes to buying a classic James bond Dr No poster but worry about the price then fear not – different versions in a single sale offer a range of options.
Programmes and medals are probably the most sought-after and familiar items for football memorabilia collectors. However, Graham Budd’s auction offers another choice.
Previews of upcoming lots at auctions including an Art Deco Jazz pattern coffee set and a gogotte sculpture.