Art & Fashion

To paraphrase the title of one of Rod Steward’s international hits from 1972, “They Wear It Well” is an eclectic selection of jewellery and dog collars. Read More
Hoist that spiked egg nog: 'Tis the season to celebrate drink-related collectibles and antiques. Read More
English wood engraver and natural-history author Thomas Bewick provided some insight into how our modern breeds evolved. Read More

A head study of Ch. Windfall, Crufts CC winner for Best Blenheim in 1907 and 1908.
Cavalier King Charles and English Toy Spaniels, once both known as Toy Spaniels, were popular subjects in artwork throughout the centuries. Read More

Maud Earl’s portfolio “The Sportsman’s Year" featured an assortment of hounds and gundogs.
The physical constraints caused by the pandemic may have made it more challenging for salerooms to source goods and put on live events, but the art and antiques world is ever resourceful. Read More

The late-18th-Century image that graces the catalog cover.
Highlights of the British Sporting Art Trust’s current exhibition. Read More
These famous 19th-Century German carvings featured dogs – including, of course, St. Bernards. Read More

Afghan Hounds are unusual subjects for garden statuary.
That virtual pounding of the gavel you hear are the world's auction houses selling their lots online. Read More
The early years of the 20th Century were the golden years for the dog being used as a symbol of nationhood and patriotism.  Read More


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