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Objets d'Art


Latest Arrivals

Chamberlain & Co

GYRFALCON

£9,000
Arca Horn

Jewellery Box 1690

£1,088
Philippa Herbert

A Pair of Patinated Bronze Baby Feet

From £465
Carrs Silver

The Hunt Begins Sculpture

£26,999
Wick Antiques

Large Meiji silver footed bowl

£10,500
Paul Smith

Iron sconces

£8,500
Arca Horn

Sculpture 1604

£1,082
Philippa Herbert

Solid Sterling Silver Casts

CALL FOR PRICE
Paul Smith

Helmet

£2,000
London Connoisseur

Fortuna Panel by Aiveen Daly

£12,500
Chamberlain & Co

Racehorse

£11,500
Philippa Herbert

Silver Dipped Shells

CALL FOR PRICE
Rosemary Goodenough

'Eleanor Bustling' - Height 74cm

£16,500
Wick Antiques

Mahogany Chippendale Desk

£15,500
Paul Smith

Abstract sculpture

£325
Philippa Herbert

Gold Dipped Champagne Corks

From £310
Rosemary Goodenough

'Eleanor Swirling' - Height 84cm

£18,500
Chamberlain & Co

Cheetah and Impala

£14,000
Paul Smith

Abstract sculpture

£8,400
Chamberlain & Co

Cheetah

£7,950
Wick Antiques

Black Forest Stag

£4,800

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Luxury Lifestyle

PLATEAUX GALLERY

VIBRATIONS by PETER BREMERS

£12,600
Inga Gydraite Bespoke

Black Betty 25 Bicycle

From £9,549
Peter Harrington

Now we are Six : A.A Milne

£30,000
London Connoisseur

SCULPTURE BY HÉLÈNE DE SAINT LAGER

£2,667
David Harber

The Noon Day Cannon

From £8,520
D-Table

D-Time Touch Screen Table

From £30,250 - £34,250
PLATEAUX GALLERY

Cell by Wilfried Grootens

£14,950
Peter Harrington

Tales of Space and Time

£27,500
London Connoisseur

Lunar Screen by Tom Palmer

£12,000
D-Table

D-Cosmo stylish wooden multi touch table

From £34,500 - £39,400
Peter Harrington

From Russia with Love

£37,500
London Connoisseur

BLACK-NECKED ARACARI by DS&VT

£7,500
D-Table

D-Monster Touch screen table

From £30,240 - £34,250
PLATEAUX GALLERY

GEM by TOMAS BRZON

£8,500
London Connoisseur

Sirius chandelier by Raffe Burrell

From £28,000
PLATEAUX GALLERY

LIFE by ANDREJ JAKAB

£17,750
London Connoisseur

SCULPTURE BY HÉLÈNE DE SAINT LAGER

£2,667
London Connoisseur

RED-BILLED BLUE MAGPIE BY DS&VT

£4,500
PLATEAUX GALLERY

Taos by Peter Bremers

£21,450
London Connoisseur

BRAZILIAN TAYRA ON LIANA BY DS&VT

£18,200
PLATEAUX GALLERY

BIRD by ANDREJ JAKAB

£11,650
PLATEAUX GALLERY

SALVADOR by ANDREJ JAKAB

£11,750
London Connoisseur

Curly Feathers Collection by Yasemen Hussein

From £1,500 - £4,500
PLATEAUX GALLERY

IKAR by ANDREJ JAKAB

£13,250
London Connoisseur

Iris by Ben Rousseau

£2,250
London Connoisseur

Embryo by Thomas Kennedy

£20,000
London Connoisseur

Portal by Ben Rousseau

£5,000

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Featured

Philippa Herbert

Silver Dipped Shells

CALL FOR PRICE
Inga Gydraite Bespoke

Black Betty 25 Bicycle

From £9,549
Peter Harrington

From Russia with Love

£37,500
Wick Antiques

Large Meiji silver footed bowl

£10,500

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