Can’t make viewing on a Friday (9am until 5pm) or Saturday (9am until 12noon) then we have late night viewing every Thursday from 5 until 7pm. Why not come along and sample some of the hidden treasures that go under the hammer – you never know what you might find!
Our next Architectural & Garden Salvage sale will be held on Thursday 15 June 2017. Items already consigned include a selection of sandstone troughs, wrought iron garden furniture and original flagstones.
H&H Auction Rooms is part of the H&H Group and is one of the longest established auction houses in the north of England. Based in Carlisle, we are looking for a Saleroom Porter to join our busy auction house team.
Ladies Rolex sells for £4,100 – making it the most expensive watch ever to be sold through the sale room.
We will be holding our next Architectural & Garden Salvage Sale on Thursday 6 April 2017. The sale will include a selection of Garden Statuary, Architectural Antiques and Reclaimed Items.
Swan and Turner enjoyed a record attendance and a packed saleroom, resulting in a record turnover at what was to be their last auction held in February at the Jedburgh saleroom.
We will be holding a number of specialist sales during 2017 including – Architectural Antiques & Garden Salvage together with Boats & Fishing Equipment.
H&H Auction rooms enjoyed a buoyant weekly sale at their auction rooms in Carlisle earlier this week. The variety of lots to see coming under the hammer in the current market, demonstrates the importance of seeking sound advice from auction houses, making sure that you get the best possible advice and the most up to the minute prices.
We will be holding our Collective Spring Sale on Monday 27 February 2017. The sale will feature over 700 lots including – Vintage Rolex Officers Trench Watch, Victorian Micro Mosaic Brooches, Fine Art, Antiques and Collectibles.
Featuring a fine collection of silver, including some unique pieces from two local estates, this year’s penultimate sale saw over 700 Lots go under the hammer. One area in the antique sector still performing very well is definitely silver and the highlight of Monday’s sale was a sliver tea service which achieved £650.00. The well attended sale saw a pounce pot in the form of a silver owl fly away,…