The Andrews Shaker Collection | Sale 2731M | Skinner Auctioneers Shaker Brown-Red-painted Rocking Chair, New Lebanon, New York, c. 1800 (Estimate $12,000-$15,000)
LOT #6 - 17th c. Cast Iron Fireback
Clarice Cliff, the most renowned and collectable British Art Deco ceramist, active from 1922 to 1940. Given a series of rejected pieces of pottery to paint, Cliff - barely more than a girl - used the whole colour spectrum for her palette and when asked how she would describe her style, she said "Bizarre." And so Bizarre Ware, her first and most collectable range was born.
34th Annual New Years Day Auction, January 1, 2014
Lost London: Trove of some of the earliest photos ever taken show how Thames has changed in 150 years
A unique series of photographs taken in the 1860s, using an early type of camera, showcase life in what is now one of Britain’s most affluent areas. Pictured is Cheyne Walk, where men in top hats can be seen wandering along the dirty road which once lay on the bank on the river. The 150-year-old pictures form part of the Fine Arts and Antique Photography sale taking place at specialists Dominic Winters auction house in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
New England Oxbow Chest of Drawers | Cottone Auctions
.The pottery is so New England. Would see it at Antique Shows and Auctions.
Painted Windsor Fan-back Armchair
A Sunderland Lustre Pottery Mug, High Level Bridge Newcastle Upon Tyne, circa 1850. Printed on one side with a view of the bridge, titled, within splodged pink borders, on the other with a three-masted man o'war, C shape strap handle. I am in serious love with this mug! I need it!