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Artworks, furniture and objects from some of the biggest names in 20th century design went under the hammer.
'Orange Dahlias in a Vase' was sold to a collector from Italy
With record prices now being achieved for these iconic chairs designed by the late Lord Snowdon in 1969, Martin Millard takes a closer look at their appeal.
Considered the Clarice Cliff of furniture-making, this one-woman designer became the tastemaker of the 1930s. Martin Millard tells the story and details Betty Joel items available at the next Art & Design Sale.
As an affordable alternative to original artwork, signed prints and lithographs have come into their own with a new generation of collectors, Brett Tryner gives us the lowdown.
As we continue our TRENDSPOTTER series, looking at some of the hottest finds at auction, Brett Tryner explains how antique tableware has become one of the latest must-haves.
The picture will go on sale on 27th May.
The sale will be hosted on the 27th May.
The pictures will be offered as part of the Art & Design Sale on 27th May.
The letters sold at the Library Sale on 6th May.