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  • Auction Highlights

    30 October 2018

    A Banksy print, a Suffragette medal and a rare piece of British automobilia are among ATG’s selection of highlights that sold at auctions this week. There has been a pottery in Ewenny for five centuries but the collecting market tends to focus upon those piece produced under the influence of the Art s & Crafts […]

  • Auction Highlights

    30 October 2018

    A Banksy print, a Suffragette medal and a rare piece of British automobilia are among ATG’s selection of highlights that sold at auctions this week. There has been a pottery in Ewenny for five centuries but the collecting market tends to focus upon those piece produced under the influence of the Art s & Crafts […]

  • Hammer highlights: five lots that caught bidders’ eyes including a rare example of automobilia

    30 October 2018

    A Banksy print, a Suffragette medal and a rare piece of British automobilia are among ATG’s selection of highlights that sold at auctions this week. There has been a pottery in Ewenny for five centuries but the collecting market tends to focus upon those piece produced under the influence of the Art s & Crafts […]

  • Luxury Goods Auction

    29 August 2018

    From a World Leader of The Luxury Furniture Market… Our September 3 day Designer Led furniture and lighting collection is driven by a passion for traditional handcraftsmanship and a fearless quest for innovation. View Lots and Auction Details Vintage Inspired British Furniture… Discounted designer furniture offering you premium furniture, branded designer sofas and exclusive interior design furnishings at reduced prices. Discover hugely  discounted designer […]

  • West Somerset mansion with an impressive hall hosts antiques fair for the second time

    7 June 2018

    With its 18th century intricate Italian plasterwork, it is a lush setting for a civil wedding ceremony. If a church service is the choice, the unusually named 18th century Church of the Holy Ghost is at the entrance to this country house. Built for Thomas Carew in 1739 as a statement of wealth in a […]