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Emily Nixon

Jewellery designer appeals for help to find stolen rings from Olympia fair

10 November 2021

Cornwall jewellery designer Emily Nixon is appealing for help to track down diamond and sapphire rings stolen from her stand last week.

Fabergé T-Rex

Rediscovered Fabergé T-Rex takes five-figure sum at US auction

09 November 2021

A rare Fabergé jade carving of a Tyrannosaurus Rex emerged for sale at a US regional auction house to sell for $65,000 (£50,000) last week.


Henry Scott Tuke watercolour and fashion designs for Princess Anne are among five lots to watch

08 November 2021

With estimates from £150-12,000 here are five previews of upcoming items.

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Top stories this week – including news of a Chippendale sleeper in Sussex

07 November 2021

The most popular stories on this website over the last week included news of a pair of Chippendale chairs making over 300-times estimate in an auction in Horsham.


Antiques dealer film Quinneys to be released next month after seven years in the planning

06 November 2021

A film of the play Quinneys will be available online next month with screenings also planned.

Japanese netsuke

Japanese ‘mythical octopus’ carving stars in our pick of five auction highlights

05 November 2021

Our weekly selection of items that caught bidders’ eyes includes a documented netsuke by the great Tokyo carver Nakamura Tokisada which sold six-times over estimate at auction.

Rolling Stones poster

Auction record for Rolling Stones poster

04 November 2021

A rare concert poster promoting The Rolling Stones’ run at the Windsor R&B club in the early Sixties sold for £30,000 on October 28.