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A large collection of Arts & Crafts treasures will go under the hammer in the Cotswolds – the heart of the international design movement – on Friday, June 6.
Farmers came from far and wide to pick up a bargain at an agricultural sale in the Cotswolds. Moore Allen & Innocent’s auction of machinery, equipment and farm vehicles attracted 300 registered bidders from as far afield as Devon, Yorkshire … Continue reading
One of the youngest antiques auctioneers in the country has picked up the gavel at Moore Allen & Innocent in Cirencester.
A work of art by Olympic athlete, TV presenter and plucky underdog Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards is back on the market a decade after first being auctioned for charity.
The legacy of two remarkable Cotswold gentlemen, who were born and died half a century apart, is associated with a fascinating group of houses in the Stroud Valleys, which has just come onto the market.
London barrister Barnaby Shaw enjoyed the taste of success twice at Saturday’s Siddington Point-to-Point, picking up the Bar Challenge Cup for owning the winner in the fifth race, and a crate of beer for riding Bravery Scotch to victory.
A sofa believed to have belonged to the man who inspired the character of Mr Darcy in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice has sold at a Cotswold auction for £2,300 – more than twice the auctioneer’s lower estimate. Delighted auctioneers … Continue reading
A sofa believed to have belonged to the man who inspired the character of Mr Darcy in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is to be sold at a Cotswolds antiques auction. The George III mahogany framed sofa – which was … Continue reading
Love is in the air at Moore Allen & Innocent this week, where antiques auctioneers are offering unique gift ideas at their Valentine’s Day sale.
It might look a little nuts, but there are high stakes in a game of poker being played between two anthropomorphic red squirrels, who will be going under the hammer at a Cotswolds antiques auction next week.