19 APRIL 2018 Sale Information

Dear friends, NEXT SALE 19TH APRIL 2018 AT 11AM Important things first.  Sad to report, Martin won’t be with us this sale selling catalogues and tinkling the ivories.  He is at his wife’s bedside.  She is currently unconscious.  Our thoughts are with him. This sale doesn’t come up to the quality of the last, but it will still offer you a choice of 800 plus lots that, as ever, are fresh to the market and covers all the usual subjects and also includes WHISKY AND Continue reading →

19 APRIL 2018

We are now full for the April sale and no longer able to take goods in, except for silver and jewellery. We will be accepting again from 24th April to 9th May for the May sale.  

15 MARCH 2018 Sale Information

Dear friends, There really is no predicting what you might find in a Bainbridges auction and this is going to be one of my favourites. From two separate probate instructions we are delighted to present to you lots of small items, the silver known as ‘toys’ the rest as objects of vertu.  The silver ‘toys’ are fine examples of their kind and date from the late 17th century, including a pair of twin-arm wall sconces and a pair of candlesticks through cutlery, tables, pans, to Continue reading →

8th FEBRUARY 2018 Sale Information

Dear friends, 2018  and one month gone already! Our first sale of the year is booked for the 8th February and is coming together well. For a change, FURNITURE is an interesting section and includes an Art Deco walnut demi-lune desk stamped Heals.  From the same house comes a burr maple (?) dressing table on a sleigh style support.  We have a substantial Arts and Crafts light oak refectory table on a stylish base, the top formed from two very thick planks.  A rosewood 1960s Continue reading →

7th DECEMBER 2017 Sale Information

It’s nearly Christmas and we have planned a sale that will solve all your gift needs. It’s timed for the 7th December, which gives you plenty of time, viewing is Wednesday 6th December 1-7pm.  Charlie Ross will be with us on sale day, wearing a party hat.  Talking of Charlie, he and his posh mates are doing a Christmas song for Children in Need, linked here: This sale has two special sections.  One is an important archive from Sir Norman Hartnell.  You may remember we Continue reading →