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South West Fine Art Auction Preview

An Enamelled 18ct Gold and Diamond-set Brooch depicting the Mitford Family Crest
        (FS50/414) offered in our Three Day Fine Art Sale starting on 13th July 2021 at
        our salerooms in Exeter, Devon.

The next Fine Art auction will span the the three days starting on Tuesday, 13th July 2021. The sale has a wide variety of lots on offer, including a brooch with the Mitford Family Crest, which is bound to attract attention since the recent television adaption of Nancy Mitford's 'The Pursuit of Love', especially since it comes from direct descent from the family.

A rectangular Georg Jensen brooch (design number 251) depeciting a pair of dolphins
        designed by Arno Malinowski. Georg Jensen jewellery often crops up in 20th Century and Contemporary Jewellery auctions with pieces by such designers as Arno Malinowski, Bent Gabrielsen, Henning Koppel and Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube frequently being seen.
Kenidjack (SS04/36) - oil on canvas, sold for £2,200. Daniel Goddard writes about Michael Snow (1930-2012), an artist born in Manchester, who moved to St Ives in the 1950s.
A Wemyss pottery cat with its European counterpart. Nic Saintey provides a brief history of a Scottish Pottery with a strong Devon connection.

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