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bonham

(ˈbɒnəv)
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Irish a piglet
[C19: from Irish Gaelic banbh]
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The painting by artist David Bomberg, which features racks of bombs which were to be used to destroy German cities, will be offered by Bonhams as part of its British Art Sale.
The "rare" plate was part of auction house Bonhams' sale titled The Hoffmeister Collection of Meissen Porcelain Part I, which raised more than pounds 1m.
The 500-year-old Chinese creation shattered the EUR250,000 asking price when it was sold at a packed Bonhams auction house in London yesterday.
Bonhams, the auction house, is currently displaying some Chinese and Japanese treasures in the window of its Grey Street, Newcastle, office.
Bonhams, the international fine art auction house established in the UK since 1793, will be holding its second Middle East sale on Modern and Contemporary Arab, Iranian, Indian and Pakistani Art at the One & Only Royal Mirage Hotel, Dubai on Monday, November 24, 2008.
IF YOU have an old golf club in the attic, golf book or some other golf item which seems special you might like to make an appointment at a golf memorabilia valuation day being held by Bonhams the auctioneers at Southport on Thursday.
SAN FRANCISCO / LOS ANGELES--On August 7, an art sale at Bonhams & Butterfields' galleries in San Francisco and Los Angeles generated more than $5.4 million in sales and set 15 new auction world records.
The portraits by Cardiff-born painter George Frederick Harris go on sale on Monday at auctioneers Bonhams in Bath.
Charles Lanning, from Bonhams, had been called in to value the woman's ceramics collection.
The Coventry-built Jaguar C-Type sports car 'POV 114' was the star of the show at British auction house Bonhams' Monaco Sale and sold for PS5,715,580.
Auctioneers Bonhams, who are selling the goblet next month, said Hay was "an ineffective administrator", and his failings as a quartermaster played a part in the Jacobites' catastrophic defeat at Culloden.