Â AN AUCTION OF ANTIQUES COLLECTABLES AND GENERAL EFFECTS Including, from the Ealing estate of a Scottish doctor, wonderful period oak including joined stools, a dresser, a bureau, a corner cupboard, coffers, a period pedestal dining tableÂ and a Queen Anne walnut chest on stand. On Thursday 17th December 2009 at 11am View: Wednesday 16th 1-7pm and sale day from 9.30am Iâ€™ve just taken delivery of a 14ct gold mesh evening bag. It weighs 186 grammes. Iâ€™ll let you value it! Whilst the last sale had 1120 Continue reading →
Â The November sale is nearly full already. Itâ€™s like the old days. Weâ€™ve had lots of calls to homes with interesting contents. One of the loveliest visits Iâ€™ve done for a while was to a home in Moor Park. â€˜Do you sell tea caddies?â€™ asked the client. â€˜Certainly,â€™ says I. â€˜Well, here are three to take away.â€™ Each 19th century tortoiseshell. I couldnâ€™t believe it, remembering that Iâ€™ve only had perhaps three to sell in thirty years. And they are in lovely condition. I was Continue reading →
Â Â Breaking news .……….. we have just received instructions to clear a property near the House of Commons, which revealed a wonderful collection of costume, scents and accessories.Â Pics soon!
Â ON THURSDAY 16th JULY 2009 AN AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES AND GENERAL EFFECTS including a low mileage Honda Accord, the best postcard album I have seen in years and cameras everywhere with not a film between them VIEW: Wednesday 15th, 1â€“7pm and sale day from 9.30am Cameras, cameras, and more cameras. Iâ€™ve never seen so many. Mostly from one estate, they are mainly SLRs and early plate including Pentax, 6 Agiflex, many Exakta models, a Mercury Mk II, model CX half-frame and an Edaxa Continue reading →
Â Auction of Antiques, Collectables and General EffectsÂ on Thursday 4th June 2009 at 11am Viewing Wednesday 3rd June 1-7pm and sale day from 9.30am Thanks a lot for attending our April sale. Whilst the furniture was thin on the ground, we did manage to raise Â£750 for a very stylish Aesthetic movement walnut games table and we got away, at Â£200, the baby grand that nobody wanted in March! There were of course bargains galore, in fact I reckon I could furnish a 2 bedroom Continue reading →