Sale FS18; Lot: 0856: By Shapland & Petter, Barnstaple a late Victorian/Edwardian oak wardrobe in the Art Nouveau taste, applied throughout with beaten patinated metal strap hinges and knobs, the raised pediment above an arched mirrored door, flanked by two panelled doors each inset with a tile picture depicting a peacock, an arrangement of six drawers below and on bracket feet, 180cm (5ft 11in) wide, 216cm (7ft 1in) high, the brass locks all impressed S & P B, the tiles marked Flaxman on the reverse.

Sale: FS18 (24 Apr 2013)
Auction Lot: 0856
Estimate: £1,500-£2,000
Realised: £4,900
By Shapland & Petter, Barnstaple a late Victorian/Edwardian oak wardrobe in the Art Nouveau taste, applied throughout with beaten patinated metal strap hinges and knobs, the raised pediment above an ...

Sale SC20; Lot: 0924A: A 1930s flapper dress the black narrow cut dress with applied bead decoration, together with two other flapper dresses, with bags and accessories and an embroidered Indian made jacket.

Sale: SC20 (25 Feb 2015)
Auction Lot: 0924A
Estimate: £120-£150
Realised: £800
A 1930s flapper dress the black narrow cut dress with applied bead decoration, together with two other flapper dresses, with bags and accessories and an embroidered Indian made jacket.

Sale FS10; Lot: 0185: A 17th century gold and hair plait heart-shaped memento mori panel with enamelled skeleton motif together with three similar.

Sale: FS10 (20 Apr 2011)
Auction Lot: 0185
Estimate: £600-£800
Realised: £4,300
A 17th century gold and hair plait heart-shaped memento mori panel with enamelled skeleton motif together with three similar.

April 2016 Fine Sale Review

Menerbes (FS30/280) by artist John Piper (1903-1992) realised £10,000 in our Two
        Day Fine Art Sale starting on 19th April 2016 at our salerooms in Exeter, Devon.

Rachel Littlewood reviews the results from the April 2016 Fine Sale held in Exeter on 19th/20th April 2016. The sale had many highlights including the painting by John Piper (1903-1992), which sold for £10,000.

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The Pardoe Collection Sale The Pardoe Collection Sale Sale will be held at our salerooms in Okehampton Street in Exeter on Wednesday, 15th June 2016. The catalogue is now available.

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Antiques and Collectables Sale The results of our Antiques and Interior Sale held at our salerooms in Okehampton Street in Exeter on Tuesday, 26th April 2016 are now available.

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Video: Pardoe Diving Collection, narrated by Brian Goodison-Blanks. VIDEO: Brian Goodison-Blanks, Head of the Maritime Department, introduces the Pardoe Diving Collection, which will be offered at a Special Auction on 15th June 2016 at our South West of England Saleroom Complex in Exeter as well as live online.
Georgette Rondel (1915-1942): St Stephens Green, Dublin; signed bottom right oil
        on board 60.5 x 73cm; Estimate £3,000-£5,000. Daniel Goddard, Head of the Pictures Department, discusses oil painter Georgette Rondel (1915-1942) and The White Stag Group, a shared, geographical and cerebral collective that based itself in Dublin ahead of the sale of an oil painting by the artist.
A detail from a 19th Century triple cylinder, single-acting diver's pump with water pump pulley by Augustus Siebe. Brian Goodison-Blanks, Head of the Maritime Department, writes about Augustus Siebe, arguably the godfather of diving helmets. He has been investigating the fascinating history of diving helments, especially their early development, while cataloguing the Tony and Yvonne Pardoe Collection of diving helmets and equipment, which will be sold in June 2016.
A Tang Dynasty funerary statue of Lokopala, defender of tombs. Nic Saintey, Head of the Ceramics Department, looks at three thousand years of Chinese funerary statues from the Shang Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty and explores how these ceramics evolved over time.
A diving helment from the Tony and Yvonne Pardoe Collection, which will be auctioned
        in June 2016. We have exploited the Internet and social media to generate considerable
        interest in this niche collection some six months before it is due to be sold. Brian Goodison-Blanks reflects on how the Internet is changing the fundamental dynamics of the auction market. While there is no doubt that online technologies have been highly disruptive, the auctioneer has not fallen in the digital age. Indeed, by embracing the new technologies, Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood are reaching many more buyers world-wide, often for items with very niche appeal.
A cottage interior with a woman peeling vegetables (FS29/424) (oil on canvas, 30.5cm x 41cm)
        by Johann Bernard de Hoog (1867-1943), which sold in January 2016 for £780. Daniel Goddard, Head of the Pictures Department, discusses the art of the narrative by looking at two exponents of the genre: the 19th century Dutch artist Johann Bernard de Hoog (1867-1943) and the English painter George Goodwin Kilburn (1839-1924) of the same period.
Front Cover of The Lot Magazine Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood publishes an occasional magazine called The Lot covering our recent news and saleroom hightlights. It also provides interesting insights into our work. The current and previous editions can be downloaded in PDF format or read online as a page-by-page electronic magazine.

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