Vintage Star Wars toys

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Vintage Star Wars toys

Star Wars premiered in the USA in 1977 and the licence to produce the toys was acquired by Kenner. The company were unable to build sufficient...

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Selling Clarice Cliff pottery at auction

Brilliantly Bizarre and Fabulously Fantasque...Clarice Cliff is one of the most instantly recognisable ceramic designers of the 20th century. Love...

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A Buyer's Guide by Will Farmer

Our very own director Will Farmer writes a monthly 'Buyer's Guide' article for lifestyle magazine Midlands Live-24 seven  CLICK TO VIEW...

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Happy New Year from Fieldings...

Fieldings Auctioneers would like to wish all our clients, old and new a Happy New Year, and we look forward to seeing you at our auctions in...

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A day out at Moorcroft Pottery,...

On Saturday 16th November our very own pot-a-holic Will got to take a day away from the saleroom and head up to Stoke on Trent for a magical day...

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Brown paper packages tied up with...

...here are a few of our favourite things  Auctioneers and valuers pick their favourite lots in Saturday's (16th November)...

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Auction Life magazine Autumn 2019

Twice a year we produce our company magazine 'Auction Life' which tells our clients and potential clients about the exciting lots we have sold and...

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Libby January : An Artist's studio sale

On 5th October 2019, Fieldings Auctioneers will be hosting the 'Artist's Studio' sale of Artworks by the late Libby January. Fieldings are...

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From The Far East to the West Midands

Asian Art comes to the West Midlands – Fieldings expansion in to the Asian Art market   Here at Fielding’s we see a wealth of...

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Diamonds are a girls best friend

By Nick Davies    Collecting Antique Jewellery Marilyn Monroe hit the nail on the head with the words ‘Diamonds are a...

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Collecting Japanese woodblock prints

The art of Japanese woodblock prints represent stunning representations of Japanese life from breath-taking landscapes and beautiful women to...

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Collecting first editions – an...

by Will Farmer    Ernest Hemingway once said, "There is no friend as loyal as a book." And if you are one of the many investors who...

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Andrew Grima

The jeweller Andrew Grima may not be familiar to everyone; in fact his name is one that most have never even heard of! Andrew Grima however...

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Collecting children's books

We are all children at heart and at this time of year what better way to give in to the child inside than dust off those books that gave us...

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The magical world of Piero Fornasetti

by Will Farmer  Over the last 10 years Fornasetti’s designs have become more and more popular as his son Barnaba and now company...

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Coco Chanel – Fashion Designer –...

by Will Farmer    “I don't understand how a woman can leave the house without fixing herself up a little - if only out of...

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Understanding silver hallmarks

by Nick Davies    Silver has been a subject of desire through the history of civilisation  from adoring the Romans and Vikings...

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Collecting vintage toys: Star Wars,...

by Kayleigh Davies  The market for collectable toys is fuelled by nostalgia and so is ever changing. We have seen prices rising dramatically...

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Print collecting

By Bill Lacey    It may sound like a paradox but my advice to would-be collectors is never collect anything that is sold as...

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Fieldings 15 years on... by Judith...

When I joined the company in January 2004 Fieldings had a small office/gallery on Market Street in Stourbridge, 10 sales a year were held at...

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Collecting Italian glass

by Will Farmer    When people talk about Italian art glass, they are usually referring to the vases goblets, and decorative objects...

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Buyers Guide – Georgian Furniture

by Andrew Mayall    Georgian furniture has never been such good value and with prices sure to rise, now’s the time to...

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A head of the game... collecting...

Scarves and shawls have always been collectable, many a Victorian lady treasured her array of fine shawls and wraps, just as fashionable ladies of...

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