The catalogue for the sale on Tuesday 3rd August will be available here on Thursday 29th July.
We are delighted to announce our popular Architectural & Garden Salvage Sale will be taking place on Saturday 24th July. Viewing starts at 9am with the sale taking place on site at 2pm.
With over 550 lots to be sold this week, including a large selection of furniture, ceramics, ornaments, medals, pictures, and tools. There is something for everyone!
Tribal art and carvings feature again this week, china also has a great representation with tiles, vases, and many pieces of export ware. A native breed ram’s head in bronze also features.
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With just over 650 lots this week, there is something for everyone. From Crown Derby to tribal carved figures, garden furniture to railway memorabilia! Along with a large selection of furniture, ceramics, glassware and tools. Viewing 9am-5pm Friday 18th and Monday 21st. 9am-midday Tuesday 22nd.
A great catch this week – Hardy’s, Bruce & Walker and Greys all feature. If Beswick is your thing, you are in luck! Tools galore, great furniture and more……
Water on one hand and time on the other – with a Paris alarm carriage clock and a Tudor/Rolex wrist watch, your choice is whether to buy both. A boat shaped cracker tin and watercolour of boats in harbour complete the scene.
Over 650 eclectic lots in this week’s auction including lot 366 this pair of colourful Cloissone vases. Lot 402, these small hand carved onyx hardstone figures, are delicate pieces and add a contrast to the tea bowl in light blue ground. Lot 439, this hardwood Indo Chinese stand and bell, shows a skilled carver’s hand and would grace any interior with style. Finally, lot 99 a brass faced longcase clock,…
Lot 325 included in Tuesday’s sale is this Hornby Dublo Electric Train set, in fantastic condition, would make a great addition to any collection. For further information on any of our lots coming up for auction please contact the sales team on 01228 406320.