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Fancy Yellow diamonds sent in to Barnebys up for auction with total high estimate of £28 000

Back in September of this year, a Barnebys user from Belgium sent in to the Valuation Service three incredible unmounted fancy yellow diamonds.

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Chinese bronze sent in to Barnebys Valuation service almost doubles high estimate

In April of this year, a Barnebys user sent in a Chinese bronze statue, explaining their uncle was once a merchant seaman who would travel between the UK and China.

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Warhol drawing from 1956, same year artist's work was infamously rejected by MoMA, sent in to Barnebys Valuation Service

Sent in to the valuation service this summer was a delicate ballpoint drawing by Godfather of Pop Art Andy Warhol. Swann Galleries in Manhattan have consigned the piece for their November Contemporary Art auction. What is particularly significant about this 1956 piece is that it was drawn the same year that New York’s Museum of Modern Art wrote to Warhol rejecting his ‘’Shoe’’ drawing from their collection.

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Late Ming Dynasty bronze sent in by Barnebys user valued at £6 000 for November auction

You can imagine the delight when a Chinese bronze sent to our valuation service by a Barnebys user turned out to be from the late Ming Dynasty and estimated by Sworders to be worth up to £6 000 at auction.

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Asian treasures sent in by Barnebys user smash high estimates at Sworders

A beautiful collection of 20th century Asian decorative arts, which were sent in to our Valuation service by a Barnebys user, sold at auction for nearly double their high estimate.

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