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A solid market persists for the many fine examples of garden decoration that adorned the country houses of Britain in the 18th century, Regency and Victorian eras. The range of iron garden furniture made by firms such as Coalbrookdale or Carron look as good today as they did in Victorian England, so too the neoclassical marble figure groups and furniture of the Grand Tour era.
Sworders 2018 sale of the contents of North Mymms Park included some very fine examples that sold for spectacular sums.
Increasingly too there is a healthy market for later, but suitably weathered, 20th century pieces plus the large geological specimens and examples of modern sculpture that sit well in the outdoor setting.
Our upcoming Fine Interiors auction offers a magnificent single owner collection of miniatures that pay testament to the passion of their collector whose interests ranged from the 16th century to the early 19th century, from portraits of Kings to glamorous women...
6 September 2021
The allure of Provence has long been an inspiration for artists and writers looking to enjoy its relaxed atmosphere and slower pace of life. Fortunately, our upcoming Fine Interiors auction is well-supplied with beautiful pieces that encapsulate this style and can inject a little Provencal magic into the home, wherever that may be.
24 August 2021
Four settees from a suite of seat-furniture made for Raynham Hall, Norfolk, in the 1790s are to be offered for sale in our Fine Interiors auction on the 14-15 September.
24 August 2021