Lot 247 in our sale on Tuesday 22nd September is a 2ft square oil on canvas framed painting by local artist George McVittie featuring Haaf netters on the Solway. For further information please contact our sales team 01228 406320.
Time on your hands! Iconic brands such as Tag Heuer and Omega feature this week alongside an 18th Century timepiece by John Roberts. From the same period a small book dedicated to William Duke of Cumberland forms part of the packed saleroom this month with almost 600 lots.
We are talking classics this week. Ercol Shalstone chairs are a rare model, a Mitchell two stroke reel, equally rare. Hardy’s reels are featured. Silver and gold also feature with an ultra rare double sovereign. Choose from a selection of beautiful furniture. Viewing Thursday 9-7pm, Friday 9-4pm, Monday 9-4pm and day of sale till 2pm.
Tradition meets up with today this week with lots of cranberry glass, Imari pattern plates, oil paintings and Victorian furniture, the mainstay of antique collections. Right up to date are some Longines watches and recently minted sovereigns to tempt any collector. Viewing Thursday 9-7pm, Friday 9-4pm, Monday 9-4pm and Tuesday 9-2.00pm.
With National Bargain Hunt week in August, we have plenty for folk to search through. 400 lots including furniture, tools, collectables and household items. There are many things to view. A rare miner’s lamp, Royal Crown Derby, Triang trains and more… Viewing on Thursday 6th – 9-7pm, Friday 7th – 9–4pm Monday 10th – 9-4pm and on the sale day from 9am to 2pm To view our current catalogue please…
We have dedicated even more space to this week’s auction – keeping everyone safe! 350 interesting lots – tools, Victorian and later furniture, china, ornaments and those hard to find gems. Don’t forget more viewing options now. Thursday 9-7, Friday 9-5, Monday 9-5 and sale day. FACE MASKS ARE NOW TO BE WORN.
H&H Auction Rooms reports high level of interest and soaring prices following first virtual sale … one of Carlisle’s leading auction rooms was relieved to re-open this week, holding its first auction since lockdown.
Getting back for the future………… With over 300 lots to get stuck into, it almost feels normal. However, we have changed, sale day is now Tuesday, more time to view and silent bidding is the name of the game – TRY IT!!
We are delighted to announce that Stephen and his team are now busy at work getting the auction room ready to provide a covid secure environment to provide a safe return for our valued clients.
Coming up in our first auction on Tuesday July 14th this small Cornish oil scene.