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Eight auction highlights from 2018 in the UK and Ireland

21 January 2019

A selection of eight top items sold at regional salerooms who reported hammer totals for ATG's annual round-up of the auction market for 2018.

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Frank Hinks QC: How to handle a jug addiction

21 January 2019

In the first of a new occasional series of collector interviews ATG talks to barrister, author and illustrator, Frank Hinks QC.

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Keeping up to date with CITES: An update from expert Kim McDonald of The Taxidermy Law Company

14 January 2019

The laws surrounding antiques made with the parts of endangered species are subject to frequent change. Kim McDonald of The Taxidermy Law Company provides a refresher guide...

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Beyond Brexit: The new reality and changing landscape for the art and antiques market in 2019

21 December 2018

Brexit uncertainty. Tick. A weak pound. Tick. The ivory ban. Tick. Some of the themes that will permeate 2019 are already clear. But what else might the next 12 months bring for the art and antiques trade and its buying audience? ATG does a little crystal-ball gazing...

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Legal landmarks: high-profile cases and incoming legislation to watch out for in 2019

21 December 2018

The arrival of the ivory ban in late 2019 is not the only piece of imminent legislation that the antiques trade should be aware of. The efforts of global art and antiques trade body CINOA are currently focused on two broad issues: anti-money-laundering legislation and laws surrounding the import of cultural goods.

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Gold: A safe haven for 2019?

21 December 2018

"In 2018 we have not seen a great deal of movement in the price of gold and silver, but things could change considerably as we move into 2019," says precious metals dealer Michael Bloomstein of Brighton.

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ATG's Review of the Year: April 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in April 2018.

ATG's Review of the Year: May 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in May 2018.

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ATG's Review of the Year: July 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in July 2018.

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ATG's Review of the Year: June 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in June 2018.

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ATG's Review of the Year: August 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in August 2018.

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ATG's Review of the Year: September 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in September 2018.

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ATG's Review of the Year: October 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in October 2018.

ATG's Review of the Year: November 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in November 2018.

ATG's Review of the Year: December 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in December 2018.

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ATG's Review of the Year: January 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in January 2018.

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ATG's Review of the Year: February 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in February 2018.

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ATG's Review of the Year: March 2018

17 December 2018

ATG's Review of the Year – the top stories and key sales in March 2018.

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Sotheby's hoping to be big in Japan again with London sale

03 December 2018

For the first time in a decade, Sotheby’s Asian Art in London offering included a designated sale of Japanese art on November 6.

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Meiji cloisonné provides boost to English salerooms

03 December 2018

An unusual dish from the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927) sold for £18,000 at Woolley & Wallis on November 14. But this was not the only example of top-tier Meiji cloisonné for sale last month.

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