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Stand and deliver: rare, early 19th century pen and wash depicting a coach and horses with three coachmen discharging their blunderbusses - presumably towards a dandy highwayman. Circa 1810-20. 🔴
Sat 21st September 2019
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Unusual Japanese Edo period Yoshidaya Ko-Kutani dish with Fuka mark. Circa 1800.
Fri 20th September 2019
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All the ‘esques for #delfttilethursday: grotesque, arabesque, Berainesque...18th century
Thu 19th September 2019
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Name determinism at its very best: beautiful flower paintings by the talented artist and designer @flora.roberts who has re-created her artist’s studio in the pop-up shop next to @pentreathandhall for the next two weeks. Flora’s paintings have an extraordinary three-dimensional quality which I’m still trying to fathom. Thank you @chariswhiteinteriors for inviting me to join you and for your lovely company. 🌻🌸☘️🌷☘️🌸🌻
Wed 18th September 2019
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Fisher London will be closed from 12.30 - approximately 3.00 pm today. You can watch the JW Anderson #SS20 fashion show live at 1 pm BST on the JW Anderson IG page or at JWAnderson.com. Apologies if anyone has an antiques emergency in the meantime.
Mon 16th September 2019
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Repost from the architect @peterbarber12: Holmes Road Studios homeless hostel. Simply brilliant.
Sat 14th September 2019
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We’ve all done it...bought a huge fire surround that won’t go down the stairs 🤦‍♀️ so here’s a blatant and urgent sales pitch. It’s late 19th century Adam Revival, circa 1880, super quality, decorative. Needs to be repainted but otherwise in good condition. Dimensions 186 cm wide x 146 cm high x 23.5 cm deep. The aperture is 120 cm wide x 107.5 cm high. £300 ono (my cost price). Collection from Gray’s Inn Road, London or I can arrange delivery or shipping. More photos on request.
Thu 12th September 2019
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#delfttilethursday bonus post. Swipe left.
Thu 5th September 2019
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#delfttilethursday A robust response to @danphcloud and his rather foppish offering...cheers 🔴
Thu 5th September 2019
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What’s the Italian for ‘cliché’?
Fri 30th August 2019
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Weather forecast next week is for six days straight of storms. I must have done something terrible in a previous life (or this one). ☹️ ⚡️⛈☔️
Sun 18th August 2019
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“What then, you’ve got no Money after all!” “No my dear, I did it all for Love!” Humorous watercolour dated 18th August, 1803 showing a young man discovering the harsh truth about his much older new wife.
Sun 18th August 2019
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18th and 19th century Imari and blue and white: Japanese, Chinese and English. Early 18th century Venetian looking glass etched with Diana the Huntress from the collection of Stanley J Seeger sold at Sotheby’s, March 2014 in the sale entitled “One Thousand Ways of Seeing.” [later frame].
Sat 17th August 2019
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17th century Dutch Delft tile #delfttilethursday
Thu 15th August 2019
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3 x framed 18th century watercolours: original textile designs featuring the ’deadly yellow’ pigment, Gamboge. Circa 1740. To be viewed upside down! Thank you to @curatorpolly for the information below identifying two of them as designs for a stomacher and the other as sleeves, pocket and cuffs. 💛 #historiccostume #historicaldress #georgiancostume
Wed 14th August 2019
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17th (?) century Venetian copper ewer with grapevine motifs and mythical beasts; 18th century Italian Albarello for Syrup of Borage. Savona. Circa 1780.
Sat 10th August 2019
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Lucky me.
Fri 9th August 2019
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Late 18th century Mughal powder flask in the form of an articulated fish in brass. Indian, circa 1780 🔴; three 15th century jarlets from the Hoi An shipwreck cargo, circa 1450-1500; some coral.
Wed 7th August 2019
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Pear/pair: original Regency watercolours, cut out and laid down. Framed in bird’s eye maple frames. Circa 1820. 🔴
Tue 6th August 2019
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Mostly 18th century blue and white.
Sat 3rd August 2019
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