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Artist-potter Hans Coper (1920-81) has become one of the most sought-after names in the studio pottery market.
The poster, as we know it, dates back to the 19th century when the innovation and use of high-speed colour lithography by Jules Chéret made mass production possible and brought it to the masses.
A small Chinese dish drew fervent bidding at the end of last month, selling at 90-times estimate to a buyer on thesaleroom.com.
Toy train enthusiasts have been waiting all year for the annual Trains Galore two-day sale of more than 1000 lots at Special Auction Services in Newbury with bidding available via thesaleroom.com.
Omega is one of the five most popular alert terms set by users of thesaleroom.com. If you’re one of these users or want to get a taste of what’s on offer, see our selection of five Omega watches coming up for auction.
Ercol is one of the few British furniture brands from the 1950-60s still in production.
Art Deco was a stylistic movement that came to the fore in the 1920s. The main focus was furniture, jewellery, decorative arts and architecture.
While elements of the market have undoubtedly lost some zip in the past decade, the familiar tube-lined designs of Moorcroft pottery remain enormously popular. Indeed 'Moorcroft' remains among the most searched-for terms on thesaleroom.com.
A recent sale at Forum Auctions included a group of etchings by Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669).
The Houses of Parliament may be on your mind this week. Take a moment to see what’s out there in the market to buy from Georgian acts of parliament to a Banksy print.