1) Movers and shakers including the shortest retirement in the art and antiques sector
Among the latest appointments is a new face at Bonhams Knightsbridge.
2) Pick of the week: Murder most foul but fascinating jug bid to 27-times estimate
The murder of William Weare in the Hertfordshire village of Radlett in 1823 has been called the first trial by newspaper.
3) Top selling mahogany dining table stars in our pick of six auction highlights
ATG’s weekly selection of items that caught bidders’ eyes includes a George IV mahogany extending dining table with a label for Joseph Bexfield of Norwich that made six times estimate in Bath.
4) Pilkingtons charger given as a wedding present is among five lots to watch this week
With estimates from £150-8000, here are five previews of items coming up at auction.
5) Jewellery of distinction made in Newlyn
The artists’ enclave of Newlyn in Cornwall was not exclusively a colony of painters.
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