February 4th, 2020
Lot 18, a 16th Century games board which had been kept under the sofa for years, was valued at £10,000-£20,000 at a recent valuation day and will be offered for sale in our February auction. It’s owner was so shocked when given the valuation that she literally fell off her chair!
“I saw a mouse…..”
December 18th, 2019
Lot 20, a set of four Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson lattice back dining chairs, fetched £2,300 plus premium and was the highest achieving lot of our November auction
A private collection of 47 lots of taxidermy
November 20th, 2019
Lot 53 in our November 27th auction, an early 20th century flock of five snow buntings,
one in flight and four perched among frosted ferns grasses and faux rocks, painted backboard and sides, in an ebonised case
The maxim of the British people is “Business as usual” – Winston Churchill
September 4th, 2019
Lot 44 in our forthcoming October 2nd auction, the large tabletop maquette of Oscar Nemon’s bronze of Sir Winston Churchill, which sits proudly on the Green at Westerham, is estimated to fetch £6,000 – £10,000.