Quarterly, Two-Day Antique & Fine Art plus Silver, Jewellery & Watches Auctions
These auctions traditionally take place three to four times a year, with additional auctions as the volume of pieces suitable fluctuates.
They include Silver, Jewellery & Watches held the day before the Antique & Fine Art Auction. They will usually hold between 400 and 600 Lots each day, of single items and small collections to large country estates, consigned for auction from both private individuals to Solicitors and Executors of Estates from within Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and the surrounding regions. Clients with items in these specialist Auctions has included Museums Sheffield and South Yorkshire Police.
These are specialist catalogued auctions comprising Glass, British & European Ceramics, Oriental Items & Works of Art, Silver Plate & White Metal, Silver, Jewellery, Watches, Maps, Engravings, Etchings, Lithographs, Limited Edition and Signed Prints, Watercolours, Oils, Textiles, Works of Art & Collectables, Statuary, Light fittings, Toys & Dolls, Mirrors, Scientific Instrument & Barometers, Clocks including Longcase, and fine, period Furniture.
Paintings including Watercolours, Oils and Prints
JOAN KATHLEEN HARDING EARDLEY (1921-1963) Seascape, Catterline, oil on board
An Early XX Century Lacquered Brass Goniometer, by P. Stoe, Heidelberg, on a black enamelled tripod base
A Sealed Green Glass Onion Shaped Wine Bottle, initialled HG, probably XVII Century
A Mid XIX Century French Mantel Clock, the movement with outside hairspring, numbered 337, set within a white marble and ormolu figural case
A Late XIX Century Violin, the one-piece back, length 141/8in, inlaid with ornamental stringing, the table conforming, internally with Stradivarius replica label
Scot [Reginald] : The Discovery of Witchcraft, proving the common opinions of Witches contracting with Devils, Spirits or Familiars
Works of Art & Collectables
Stan Shaw Sheffield; Eleven Tool Exhibition Folding Pocket Knife, workback to blades and springs, engraved nickel bolsters, gold-lipped mother of pearl scales
British & Continental Ceramics
A Wedgwood Porcelain Fairyland Lustre Bowl, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, of octagonal form, decorated in the Geisha/Angels pattern
A Mid XVIII Century Yew Wood Gothic Style Windsor Chair, (possibly Thames Valley) with pierced splat, shaped arms and elm seat, on cabriole legs united by a crinoline stretcher.
If you have items of a 'Specialist Nature', please see our comprehensive 'Specialist Auctions'.
The catalogues are listed here on our website plus the-saleroom.com and notifications to our comprehensive email database of buyers. We also advertise within the local and trade press and other publications.
Our Valuations team is available in the Saleroom, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 10am to 4pm with late night opening until 7pm on Wednesdays for free pre-auction appraisals and advice.
Some of our record breaking hammer price items
An historic early marble bust of the first Roman Emperor Augustus, 60cm high
Sold £129,000 in 2018
Italian Old Master
Manner of Giovanni Francesco Castiglione (1641-1716) Vision of the Shepherd, Oil on Canvas
Sold £64,000 in 2015
An Exquisitely Carved Early XIX Century Cantonese Ivory Work Box
Sold £31,000 in 2011
An elaborately inlaid Victorian table cabinet, as a gothic cathederal by Friedrich Ludwig Hausburg
Sold £60,000 in 2009