An Auction to Remember!
October 4th, 2018
The Private Collection of Master goldsmith and silversmith Stuart Devlin sold for a staggering £75,000 (plus BP) – way over the high estimate. All of the eggs and the twelve days of Christmas sold very well, but perhaps the highlight was the pair of attractive Devlin candelabra which sold for £15,000 (plus BP).
Stunning one owner collection of Stuart Devlin to be offered in our October 3rd auction
September 10th, 2018
We are pleased to offer an important one owner collection of Stuart Devlin silverware in our forthcoming October 3rd auction. Featuring champagne flutes, goblets, trays, candelabrum, surprise eggs and The Twelve Days of Christmas
A fascinating Suffragette archive auctioned on 25th July
June 29th, 2018
We were honoured to sell such an important private and comprehensive collection once belonging to Women’s Right’s activist and Welsh Suffragette Kate Williams Evans. There was fierce bidding from around the world for this archive which included Kate’s Hunger Strike medal, arrest warrant and autographs of the other Suffragettes. The final hammer price settled at £40,000 (plus premium), and it has been purchased by the National Museum of Wales. A rare Suffragette brooch sold for £7,000 (plus premium)
Private collection of over 50 pieces of Royal Worcester to be auctioned in July
June 11th, 2018
This fine collection of Royal Worcester has been lovingly put together by local owners since the 1970s. The pieces include examples by James Stinton, George Owen, E. Raby and James Hadley. One of the highlights and the pride of the collection is a spectacular centrepiece purchased at auction in Worthing in 1979 by the current owners. The exquisite ceramic is finely hand-decorated and luxuriously hand-gilded. Estimates from the collection range from £40-£2000.