Upcoming or Previously sold

SOLD £100
Lot 29
Est : £30 - £40
A pair of Black forest carved wall brackets, a graduated set of jugs, commemorative and other jugs, ...
SOLD £150
Lot 53
Est : £50 - £70
A pair of Oriental ceramic garden seats in the form of elephants and a Chinese enamelled stick stand ...
SOLD £120
Lot 63
Est : £80 - £120
A 19th century Japanese ivory Okimono of a tradesman ...
SOLD £170
Lot 63
Est : £50 - £80
A Swarovski boxed polar bear, together with two other Swarovski ornaments (3) ...
SOLD £200
Lot 70
Est : £150 - £200
Seven Halcyon days ceramic figures on enamelled pill boxes (7) ...
SOLD £120
Lot 73
Est : £50 - £80
Swarovski Crystal Wonders Of The Sea "Harmony", boxed, with certificate of authenticity ...
SOLD £100
Lot 76
Est : £40 - £60
A collection of miniature enamelled and jewelled pill boxes, miniature violin in case, a set of eigh ...

For anyone not in the know, The easiest way to describe this is by quoting the definition from Wikipedia. "Bric-à-brac or bric-a-brac (origin French), first used in the Victorian era, refers to lesser objets d'art forming collections of curios, such as elaborately decorated teacups and small vases, compositions of feathers or wax flowers under glass domes, decorated eggshells, porcelain figurines, painted miniatures or photographs in stand-up frames, and so on.

In middle-class homes bric-à-brac was used as ornament on mantelpieces, tables, and shelves, or was displayed in curio cabinets: sometimes these cabinets have glass doors to display the items within while protecting them from dust. Today, "bric-à-brac" refers to a selection of items of modest value, often sold in street markets and charity shops, and may be more commonly known in colloquial English as "knick knacks.""



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