Tuesday, 8 September 2020

Untitled Keith Haring

 


American Artist and Activist Keith Haring (1958-1990) was known for colourful and iconic pieces of pop art and graffiti.  Much of his work alludes to political and societal themes particularly the AIDS epidemic and drug abuse.  Keith Haring died of AIDS related complications after setting up the Keith Haring Foundation to give support and funding to AIDS research and education.

For Auction on the 16th September.



Diamonds and Pearls




Lot 220

A '15ct' brooch mounted with central diamond and seed pearls, 5g, 28mm

Sold £245

2nd September 2020

A Commemoration piece

 Lot 314

A Coalport vase and cover, decorated by P. Graves, to commemorate the Queen's Silver Jubilee, boxed

Sold £75

2nd September 2020




Cocktail Time Baby


Lot 322

Six Babycham glasses

Sold £30

2nd September 2020

Landscape of the North

 Lot 361

Walter Holmes, pastel, landscape, River with Alnwick Castle in background, 77cm x 59cm

Sold £80

2nd September 2020





On the right track

 


Lot 347

A boxed LGB locomotive, number 21741

Sold £140

2nd September 2020

(One of many toys sold in this Auction - for further details see our Past Auctions on the Online Auction tab on the website.)

Green with Envy


Lot 219

A yellow metal pendant, mounted with diamonds, emeralds and seed pearls, 3.8g, 35mm x 28mm approx.

Sold £420

2nd September 2020