Sunday, 9 June 2013

 Today beloved readers after a hazardous search  in the collectables jungle your intrepid explorer has unearthed...A very rare and important American folk art painting.
 Does anyone recognise the signature?
 A delicious French bed cover from the 1930's Parisian bedding store "Le Brentford Nylons".
 A jolly hand painted and slightly distressed (knackered) banjo.
 A Norwegian hunting bag of the highest quality.
 And a splendid metal chair from the 1930/50s, used so I was told by switchboard operators and factory machinists,but would look very nice I'm sure in the modern house of today.
Why thank you so very much.

Saturday, 8 June 2013

What do you think beloved readers, are these the works of a distinguished Abstract expressionist?
De Kooning?
No, they're just three old paint pallets.
Thank you so much.

Saturday, 1 June 2013

 Today's post beloved readers concentrates on the handmade or folk art as we like to call it, starting with these splendid signs from a makeshift church in Norfolk.

 A mere daub or perhaps something special? We lean towards the daub ourselves.
 A chair, hand decorated for a royal visit, this we think is rather delightful.

Moving on to this picture depicting a night bombing raid over Germany in 1943/44.
 And lastly some fine fretwork of a woodland nature.
Is there someone out there who has the taste and style to invest in these magnificent pieces?
Please contact us if you are remotely interested (early closing Tuesday)
Thank you very much indeed.