This beautiful Art Deco period cold painted lamp modeled as a dancer was sold back in January 2018, going under the hammer for £550.
2018 started well, with this Royal Copenhagen porcelain falcon ornament sold in our live sale at the end of January. This is an early example of this model & was sold for £440.
This lot was sold in our live sale back in November 2017, after a furious bidding war the lot eventually sold for a great price of £1,100.
This dainty little trinket box was sold in the October live sale in 2017. The quality of the box was top notch, with hallmarked silver fittings throughout. It ended up selling above its estimate, making £380.
This exquisite Edwardian inlaid mahogany sideboard shows some top quality period craftsmanship. The piece was in fantastic condition for its age & ended up selling for £4,100 under the hammer back in October , 2017.
This fashionable mantel clock went under the hammer back in April 2017 selling for £850.
This special piece sold in April, 2017. With a six character Ming dynasty mark of the emperor Xuande. The Xuande Emperor, personal name Zhu Zhanji, was the fifth emperor of the Ming dynasty of China, ruling from 1425 to 1435. His era name "Xuande" means "Proclamation of Virtue".
This spectacular 10" art deco Carlton Ware vase with its bright, vivid & very rare pattern went under the hammer in our Monday auction on August 8th, reaching a fantastic price of £740.
Once again, we are happy to announce that two experts from the “The Antiques Road Trip” are paying us a wee visit to sell their eclectic mix of lots they purchased across the country. They will be here at our general Monday auction on Monday 20th of June, 2016. […]
This fantastic collection went under the hammer back in April 2016, selling for £4,600.