Sale FS18; Lot: 0419: Robert O Lenkiewicz [1941-2002] - Anna at the Compton Studio signed twice and inscribed with title on the reverse further inscribed 'Non Project Piece' and marked with a yellow triangle oil on canvas 48.5 x 23cm.

Sale: FS18 (24 Apr 2013)
Auction Lot: 0419
Estimate: £5,000-£7,000
Realised: £5,000
Robert O Lenkiewicz [1941-2002] - Anna at the Compton Studio signed twice and inscribed with title on the reverse further inscribed 'Non Project Piece' and marked with a yellow triangle ...

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 FS11; Lot: 0447: A pair of Chinese porcelain vases enamelled in the famille rose palette with magpies amongst prunus, converted as lamps, apocryphal Qianlong marks.

Sale: FS11 (13 Jul 2011)
Auction Lot: 0447
Estimate: £2,000-£3,000
Realised: £26,000
A pair of Chinese porcelain vases enamelled in the famille rose palette with magpies amongst prunus, converted as lamps, apocryphal Qianlong marks.

January 2017 Fine Art Auction Preview

Children Feeding A Goat in A Pen with a Landscape Beyond (FS33/428) by the artist
        Harold Harvey (1874-1941) is expected to fetch between £8,000 and £12,000 in our
        Two Day Fine Art Sale starting on 24th January 2017 at our salerooms in Exeter.

Rachel Littlewood previews some of the exciting lots in the two-day January 2017 Fine Art Auction that will be held in the Southwest Saleroom Complex in Exeter on 24th/25th January 2017. The sale is bumper-sized with the usual mix of silver, jewellery and watches, pictures, ceramics and glass, works of art and clocks as well as fine period furniture.

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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 Wednesday, 4th January 2017 are now available.

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Jim Gilbert (1933-1995): Sheila Drunk (FS33/383). Oil on canvas. 40x50cm. Estimate £80-£120. Daniel Goddard, Head of the Picture Department, looks at the artist and law-breaker Jim Gilbert (1933-1995) who started life in the East End of London but began painting while in prison during the 1960s. He won the Arthur Koestler Award for Prisoner Art and even painted a portrait of Dylan Thomas that was presented to Jimmy Carter.
A kitsch/vintage/retro alarm clock that attracted Daniel Goddard's eye. Daniel Goddard reflects on how trendy retro-vintage is becoming on a recent stroll through Exeter on the way to the cinema, noting the firm's recent highly succesful vintage cloth, jewellery and luggage sale and comments on a kitsch/vintage/retro alarm clock that recently caught his eye.
A lustrous Cambrian cow creamer from 1810. Nic Saintey writes about cow creamers, covering their introduction in the first half of the Eighteenth Century through to their fall from grace, implicated in the cholera epidemics that affected Sunderland and East London from the early 1830s.
North Moreton Church, Berkshire (FS32/337) by the artist John Piper (1903-1992), was sold for £20,000. Daniel Goddard, Head of the Picture Department, talks about the recent private collection sold at auction for £80,000 and provides some background to the early 20th Century artists whose work was featured in it.
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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