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Top selling lots

Chiswick Auctions, London, March 7

Dame Lucie Rie (1902-95), footed bowl, c.1980, impressed with maker’s seal, 8in (20.5cm) diameter. Acquired directly from the artist.

Estimate £7000-9000

Hammer £33,000

Dominic Winter, South Cerney, March 2

Christopher Nevinson (1889-1946) lithograph, Banking at 4000 feet, 1917, signed and dated, numbered 22 (of 200), 16½ x 12in (41 x 31cm). Provenance: Major Charles Fair DSO and Marjorie Fair, purchased from the Leicester Galleries in March 1918.

Estimate £4000-6000

Hammer £7000

Historia Auktionhaus, Berlin, March 2

Large German silver nef formed as a caravel, stamped Berthold Muller, London, 1914, 2ft 5in high x 2ft 2in long (74 x 68cm).

Estimate N/A

Hammer €15,000

Highest price over estimate

Thomson Roddick, Carlisle, March 3

18th century baluster form drinking glass, 7in (17cm) high, on triple-knopped stem.

Estimate £80-120

Hammer £1600

Wannenes, Genoa, Italy, March 7

16th century Tre incisioni, xvi secolo, maps as loose sheets, two of three shown.

Estimate €50

Hammer €2200

Bristol Auction Rooms, Ashton, March 2

George I walnut bureau with a fitted interior, two short and two long drawers, 3ft high x 2ft 7in wide (90 x 80cm).

Estimate £150-250

Hammer £3800

1035 Most registered online bidders

Bellmans, March 7-9

Source: Bid Barometer is a snapshot of sales on thesaleroom.com for March 2-8.

‘Highest price over estimate’ = Our selection of items from the top 10 highest hammer prices as a multiple of the high estimate paid by internet bidders on thesaleroom.com

‘Top selling lots’ = Our selection of items from the top 10 highest hammer prices paid by internet bidders on thesaleroom.com