Mark Kingscote and Rebecca Trethewey admire a Dutch school painting at the Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood private view for the January 2016 fine art auction held on 15th January 2016 in Exeter.
The Private View for the January 2016 Fine Sale was a busy evening with a good number of guests attending to browse more than a thousand lots of fine art. They were guided through some of the expected highlights by fine art expert Andrew Thomas in his talk on the contents of the auction as well as given an update on the results of the previous highly successful sale.
The Lord Mayor of Exeter, Olwyn Foggin and her consort Gerald Foggin, attended the evening and were shown some of the many interesting lots on offer.
The evening was kindly sponsored by Charles Stanley.
Nicholas Morse, Deborah Bean and Doreen Moffat look at some of the clocks on offer in the January 2016 Fine Sale.
The Lord Mayor of Exeter, Olwyn Foggin (right) with Gerald Foggin and Nic Saintey (centre) of Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood.
Abigail Marshall and Rosemary Bickley-Simms at the Private View.
Barbara and Tony Buller look at a bronze figure of a frog from the works of art section of the Fine Sale.
Trish and Phil Burchell find a comfortable spot at the Private View, which was held at the South West of England Saleroom Complex in Exeter.
Company Secretary Sue Tharby and clock expert Leigh Extence look at items in the sale catalogue during the Private View in Exeter.
Viv Davbenspeck and Linda Dewis.
Kate and Dr Malcolm Dunstan
Nicholas Morse and Colonel Paddy King-Fretts browsing the Fine Sale catalogue.
Dick Passmore waits for the start of the talk by art expert Andrew Thomas.
Sylvia and William Burkinshaw take a seat to admire a painting of Grenada by David Roberts.
Derek and Caroline Sweet.
Judie Yung and Beryl Whidden look at an 18th century Dutch school portrait.
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