The latest Kingham & Orme auction saw record bidding from across the globe at their Evesham Davies House auction room.

With more than 100 telephone bidders and over 1,000 registered bidders online from New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Netherlands, USA, China, India, France, Italy and of course the UK, the auction on July 28 was one of their largest and most global sales to date.

There was huge interest in a collection of 100+ fans from all over the world, Royal Doulton and lots of European interest in Dutch glass.

Notable lots included:

A superb miniature Italian Grand Tour fan, depicting a miniature view of the bay of Naples with Vesuvius smoking in the background (Circa 1800) sold for £3,700 to an American collector. This was one of a large collection of fans which made over £70,000 in total

An 18th century glass engraved with a ship relating to the Dutch East India Company sold for £8,000 to a collector in the Netherlands

A Rene Lalique 'Suzanne' statuette (Circa 1925) sold for £9,900 to a buyer in the UK

A silver goblet by Omar Ramsden, London 1923, sold for £2,200 to a private collector in the UK

A Doulton Lambeth jug by Hannah Barlow depicting polar bears (dated 1882) sold for £3,400 to a UK private buyer

A Maw & Co. vase designed by Walter Crane (Circa 1885) sold for £10,500 to a private UK buyer

A Royal Doulton decanter box with a plaque of 'The Alchemist' by C Noke sold for £7,200 to a UK private collector

A Royal Doulton large prototype character jug ‘Maori' sold for £4,500 to an American collector

The next auction will be on October 6 and will feature Asian Decorative Art and Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables, with over 100 Asian objects and a similar number of paintings.