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Rachel LittlewoodRachel Littlewood
Operations Director

Rachel Littlewood (as Operations Director) is in charge of client services.

Rachel and her staff are able to address any general enquiries you might have about the auction process and can discuss any concerns you might have about any aspect of our service as well as helping to resolve problems.

If you are unsure about whether we might be able to offer any items that you have for sale in one of our auctions then Rachel will be able to help and advise you.

Sale FS24; Lot: 0354: An early 18th century sealed mallet shaped wine bottle of medium green colour and of small size with raised tapering neck and string rim, with pronounced 'kick up', the shoulders with a seal for 'E. Herbert, 1721, 16cm high, minor chips to rim.

Sale: FS24 (28 Oct 2014)
Auction Lot: 0354
Estimate: £500-£700
Realised: £2,100
An early 18th century sealed mallet shaped wine bottle of medium green colour and of small size with raised tapering neck and string rim, with pronounced 'kick up', the shoulders ...

Sale FS13; Lot: 0114: Charles Goode. A late 18th century gold, repousse pair cased open face pocket watch, the fusee verge movement with backplate inscribed Chas Goode, London, the circular white enamel dial, 37mm diameter with Roman numerals in a gold case with hallmarks for London 1796, the outer case decorated in relief with Venus and Cupid within a surround of scrolls, foliage and oval portrait medallions.

Sale: FS13 (25 Jan 2012)
Auction Lot: 0114
Estimate: £2,500-£3,000
Realised: £2,600
Charles Goode. A late 18th century gold, repousse pair cased open face pocket watch, the fusee verge movement with backplate inscribed Chas Goode, London, the circular white enamel dial, 37mm ...

Sale FS26; Lot: 0144: An early George III silver table centrepiece, maker Thomas Hemming, London, 1765 bears Lovell family coat of arms, surmounted with a lozenge-shaped dish with pierced foliate and trellis decoration with glass liner, the domed shaped base, with beaded order to the neck, pierced foliate, scroll and flowerhead chased decoration, on four swept feet, having four swept branches each with a foliate circular dish with glass liners, 28cm wide, 26cm high, together with a set of four plated candle holders and central candle holder supported by a putto to convert the centrepiece to a candelabra, total weight of silver 79.42ozs.

Sale: FS26 (21 Apr 2015)
Auction Lot: 0144
Estimate: £3,000-£5,000
Realised: £9,000
An early George III silver table centrepiece, maker Thomas Hemming, London, 1765 bears Lovell family coat of arms, surmounted with a lozenge-shaped dish with pierced foliate and trellis decoration with ...