The Olympe Stratus handbag from Louis Vuitton’s 2007 Spring/Summer collection is a popular choice among celebrities, such as Lindsay Lohan. The slouched style fits perfectly with her casual outfit of distressed skinny jeans and white bomber jacket adding a focal point to her ensemble. The large size of the Olympe Stratus handbag along with its soft structure makes for a practical day bag, ready to be filled to the brim with your essentials plus a little extra.Olympe Stratus GM handbag

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In our upcoming Antiques, Silver & Collectables sale on Monday 8th May, we have a Baronet’s Badge, as part of a group of items in lot 624. The badge is accompanied by a Knight Bachelor’s Badge, and a George V Territorial Decoration.

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Upcoming in our Antiques, Silver & Collectables sale on Monday 27th February is a 1940’s silver mounted oak Freedom Casket for the City of Carlisle (Lot 340).

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The Danish silversmith Georg Jensen (1866 – 1935) regularly features in our jewellery auctions and remains a firm favourite with buyers. In our forthcoming Antiques, Silver & Collectables sale on Monday 27th February is a selection of silverware which optimises the characteristics which have become synonymous with Danish design around the world. Continue reading

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It has been an exciting year for Fellows’ antiques and silver departments. Specialists Mark and Naomi run through their highlights of the year. Continue reading

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On Monday the 24th October a fantastic piece of sporting memorabilia goes under the hammer at Fellows Auctioneers in Birmingham.

Lot 510 a snooker cue case believed to have belonged to the late Joe Davis, renowned snooker and English billiards player, along with an associated hand spliced ‘Joe Davis Promotional Championship cue, a wooden cased set of snooker balls, a bound volume of ‘How I Play snooker’ signed Joe Davis, and other snooker related items is offered with an auction estimate of £2,000 to £2,500.510 collage

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In its upcoming Fine Art & Antiques sale set to be held on the 24th October, Fellows are pleased to offer several fine examples of glass by celebrated designer René Lalique as its opening lots.

 

Lot 1 - Lalique glass Poissons dish.

Lot 1 – Lalique glass Poissons dish.

 

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Fellows are set to offer this lucky charm as lot 201 in the Antiques & Fine Art auction on Monday 24th October.

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Upcoming in our Silver & Plated Ware sale on Monday 19th September are pieces which epitomise the European fascination with the Eastern cultures and their ornament.

At a time when few people travelled the world, the importing of exotic goods in the eighteenth century such as fabrics, carpets and porcelain from China and Japan caused quite a stir, especially amongst the wealthy, who saw owning these artefacts from the Far East as a symbol of status. Perhaps, more importantly, they were a connection to the major cultures of the world.

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Upcoming in our Silver & Plated Ware sale on Monday 19th September is a private collection of silverware by Hester Bateman.

Hester Bateman was bequeathed the tools of her husband John’s trade following his death on the 16th November 1760. In the decade following his death, with the assistance of her two sons; Peter and John; alongside her partners apprentice John Linney, she supervised the transition of the business at Bunhill Row from that of John Bateman, Jeweller, Chain maker and occasional silver worker, to that of Hester Bateman, Silversmith. Continue reading

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