Decorative plates uses to be for the walls of elderly relatives and cheap guest houses. But things have changed - to the point where you can get things like these Gilbert and George plates by Ligne Blanche.
If you are a fan of 60s art then you may be interested in the latest selling exhibition that Sotheby's has on at the moment, 'The New Situation: Art in London in the Sixities'.
Curated by legendary dealer Kasmin, whose gallery on Bond Street was the first architect designed 'White Cube' style. He mounted a series of ground-breaking exhibitions featuring Young British Artists, many of whom who have since been neglected, and not necessarily given the full recognition they deserve.
Today is unfortunately the last day of the exhibition, but the video above gives some background on the era from Kasmin's view point, and the accompanying catalogue is also well worth a look.
We looked very enviously at the US when these were launched there last year, not to mention Australia a few month back. But just over a year on from the US introduction, the colourful pop art-style Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup Cans are now heading to UK supermarkets.
The sadly-departed Father of British Pop Art hasn't just left a fine legacy for your walls, you can also invest in something for your dinner table with the Eduardo Paolozzi Collection for Royal Doulton.