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!
This year H&H Group are supporting two main chosen charities which are Macmillan Cancer Support and YoungMinds. To help raise funds our porters Hilary Mason and Chris Boyle will be zipping off the Tyne Bridge on Saturday 14 October 2017.
We have around 150 lots for our Architectural Antiques & Garden Salvage sale on Thursday 24 August 2017 with some interesting highlights such as a 56lb bronze bell – ideal for a garden folly, over 30 sandstone troughs, pair of gothic pitch pine doors, lovely sandstone sundial and many more items.
We love this and it’s coming up for auction on Monday 18 September 2017. A fantastic scale model of a road roller with makers plate Wallis & Steevens Ltd, Basingstoke, England. In pristine condition and previously had a boiler certificate.
As the market for antiques, art and furniture constantly changes, H&H Auction Rooms based in Carlisle is a perfect barometer for current trends and prices.
Have you got items hidden away at the back of your garden that are forgotten about or do you just fancy redesigning your garden … we are now taking entries for our next Architectural Antiques & Garden Salvage Sale on Thursday 24 August 2017.
We will be holding a Stamps & Postal History Auction on Tuesday 25 July 2017. The auction will feature a single collection of ‘high quality’ and ‘good’ stamps of GB and other smaller collections.
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.