Sale FS11; Lot: 0334: Mary Fedden (b 1915) - Pink and Orange, signed and dated 1966.

Sale: FS11 (13 Jul 2011)
Auction Lot: 0334
Estimate: £2,500-£3,500
Realised: £8,800
Mary Fedden (b 1915) - Pink and Orange, signed and dated 1966.

Sale FS12; Lot: 0426: An English delft 'Royal Portrait' plate painted in blue with half length portrait of Queen Anne, early 18th century.

Sale: FS12 (19 Oct 2011)
Auction Lot: 0426
Estimate: £2,500-£3,500
Realised: £3,600
An English delft 'Royal Portrait' plate painted in blue with half length portrait of Queen Anne, early 18th century.

Sale FS17; Lot: 0850: A 19th Century French carved giltwood centre table in the Louis XIV taste, surmounted by a rectangular panel of breche violette marble, within a foliate border, the cushion frieze decorated with foliage and with shaped and pierced acanthus and paterae aprons, on openwork square section tapered legs with acanthus leaf husk and paterae ornament, united by curved acanthus scroll stretchers with central finial, the top 165cm (5ft 5in) x 85cm (2ft 9 1/2in).

Sale: FS17 (29 Jan 2013)
Auction Lot: 0850
Estimate: £7,000-£9,000
Realised: £11,500
A 19th Century French carved giltwood centre table in the Louis XIV taste, surmounted by a rectangular panel of breche violette marble, within a foliate border, the cushion frieze decorated ...

Sporting and Collectors Auction

An Imperial German Officers Pickelhaube with Hanoverian Field Artillery Wappen (SC20/359), which is being sold in the
        Sporting and Collectors Sale on 25th/26th February 2015 in our Exeter salerooms and online through our live bidding platform partners.

Brian Goodison-Blanks highlights some of the militaria lots on offer in the upcoming Sporting and Collectors Sale on 25th/26th February 2015 focussing on the Picklehaube and Merryweather helmets, which actually share the same origins in 16th/17th century French heavy cavalry helmets.

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Antiques and Collectables Sale Our next Antiques and Interiors Sale will be held at our salerooms in Okehampton Street in Exeter on Tuesday, 3rd March 2015. The catalogue is now available.

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The Lenkiewicz Legacy Sale The Lenkiewicz Legacy Sale will be held at our salerooms in Okehampton Street in Exeter on Saturday, 28th March 2015. The catalogue is now available.

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Book Sale The next Antiquarian Book Sale will be held at our salerooms in Okehampton Street in Exeter on Wednesday, 11th March 2015. The catalogue is now available.

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The Painter with Mary in Newspaper Magi-Fool's Hats by Robert Lenkiewicz (1941-2002),
        also known as 'Paper Crowns', carries a pre-sale estimate of between £30,000 and
        £50,000. Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood are delighted to announce The Lenkiewicz Legacy Sale on Saturday, 28th March 2015 at Noon, which will see important works of the late Robert Lenkiewicz (1941-2002) sold to support The Lenkiewicz Foundation's objective of establishing a Lenkiewicz Museum on the Barbican in Plymouth.
A very dubious Samson copy of a Plymouth porcelain mug. Ceramics expert Nic Saintey writes about Samson, Edme et Cie of Paris whose reproduction pieces (including some rather nefarious pieces) are now faked themselves.
An Arts and Crafts Secretaire Cabinet (FS24/868) by celebrated cabinet maker Peter Waals (1870-1937), which fetched £34,000 in October 2014. Chris Hampton, Managing Director and Head of the Furniture Department, writes about Arts and Craft Movement furniture and its celebrated designers, particularly those from the Cotswold School.
A Chinese porcelain plate painted with The Three Friends. Nic Saintey, Head of the Ceramics Department, considers the so-called Three Friends of Bamboo, Pine and Prunus that often appear painted in Blue on White on Chinese porcelain.
A Chinese porcelain plate painted with The Three Friends. Richard Bearne, Chairman and Head of the Book Department, not only writes about First Editions and what can make them very valuable, but also reflects on how they can give further insight into the author's lives.
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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