SALE RESULTS

 

June

May



FINE ART & ANTIQUES

FINE ART & ANTIQUES

Fine Art & Antiques
Date: 8th May, 2024 9:30
Sale number: ANT15
Lots: 788

Key items in our upcoming May sale feature a captivating study of nude figures by the renowned Belgian artist René Magritte (1898-1967), estimated at £10,000-15,000. Also showcased is a striking portrait of Miss Hilda Wilkinson by Leeds artist Jacob Kramer (1892-1962), anticipated to fetch £6,000-8,000. Adding to the allure is a pair of George I second-course dishes by Paul De Lamerie, estimated at £6,000-8,000. Noteworthy is a 1973 TVR 2550TM, sourced from a local deceased estate and offered without reserve, with an estimated value of £5,000-7,000. Lastly, don't miss the opportunity to acquire a rare Omega Speedmaster 'Pre-Moon' bracelet watch, estimated at £2,000-3,000.

April

FINE ART & ANTIQUES

FINE ART & ANTIQUES

Fine Art & Antiques
Date: 10th Apr, 2024 9:30
Sale number: ANT14
Lots: 845

We are thrilled to announce that our upcoming Spring Sale will feature two private Scottish collections and the Leonard Korn collection of toddy ladles.

February

FINE ART & ANTIQUES

FINE ART & ANTIQUES

FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Date: 14th Feb, 2024 9:30
Sale number: ANT12
Lots: 817

We are delighted to present our February sale, featuring an array of distinguished collections.

At the forefront of the auction stands lot 565—an extraordinary Louis XV parcel-enamelled gold snuff box crafted by Claude Lisonnet (fl.1736-1761), adorned with exquisite en basse-taille decoration.

Among the treasures is lot 580, arguably the rarest item in the sale—a captivating pearl and diamond quarter-repeating ring watch bearing the signature of Ge. Achard et Fils, dating to circa 1800.

We invite you to explore the catalogue at your leisure and encourage you to reach out with any enquiries you may have. We look forward to welcoming you at the preview.

January

FINE ART & ANTIQUES

FINE ART & ANTIQUES

Fine Art & Antiques
Date: 10th Jan, 2024 9:30
Sale number: ANT11
Lots: 825

Our first Fine Art & Antiques auction of 2024 unfolds on January 10th. Featuring a remarkable array of over 800 lots.

Among the standout pieces is a magnificent Victorian silver ewer and stand crafted by the renowned Barnards of London in 1873 (lot 411). With an estimated value ranging from £15,000 to £25,000.

For those with a taste for glamour, lot 588 is a dazzling Art Deco style diamond cocktail bracelet. Boasting an estimated value between £5,000 and £7,000, this exquisite piece is a testament to the elegance and sophistication of the Art Deco era.

Watch enthusiasts will be delighted by the inclusion of an unworn limited edition Omega James Bond Seamaster watch (lot 518). With an estimated value between £5,000 and £7,000, this timepiece is a functional accessory and a coveted collector's item.

Adding a touch of grandeur to the auction is a pair of North Italian ebonised, gilt, and polychrome-decorated blackamoor torcheres (lot 518). Expected to fetch between £4,000 and £6,000.