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BUYING – Antique & Picture Sales at 10.30 am start

Next Antique & Picture Sale -Friday 12th July

Closing date for entries – 25th June


26th April 0nline catalogue – View

On view

Wednesday before the Auction 10.00am – 1.00pm & 2.00pm – 6.00pm
Thursday  2.00pm – 4.00pm
Morning of Sale from 9.00am


Forthcoming Items


Large painted galvanised garden gazebo/rose arbour – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July



Garstin Cox – oil of Cadgwith Cove and the fishing fleet – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July





Large 19th Century Scandinavian painted marriage trunk – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July



Max Gaisser – oil on board – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July





George 111 mahogany side table – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July






Nancy Bailey – oil of Chapel Port – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July





Large collection of owl oil lamps – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July


Pair of large bronze Chinese dragon water features – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July

















Early 19th Century Eastern rug dated 1816 – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July




19th century mahogany wine cooler – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July



Victorian oil portrait on panel – next Antique & Picture Sale 12th July



Recent Sales


lot 247 lot 346 006
Bronze figure by Frederick Leighton “The Sluggard” – sold £26,000.00 19th Century Chinese goldfish bowl & stand – sold £17,000.00 Rare Cornish longcase clock by William Wilton of St. Day – sold £3200.00
 Tribal carved wood shield – sold £3600.00  William Banks Fortescue – oil on canvas – sold £2450.00  Watercolour attributed to Richard Dadd – sold £15,500.00
 African wood head rest – sold £4800.00  Globe Wernicke oak triple bookcase – sold £1050.00  Victorian rosewood marble-top side cabinet – sold £1200.00
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Chinese jade bowl – 4 1/2″ diameter – sold £10,500.00 Large old tiger skin rug by Van Ingen & Van Ingen of Mysore – sold £3200.00 Harold Harvey oil on canvas – damaged with paint loss – sold £9100.00


What Can I Buy?


Well-known artists’ pictures in oils and watercolours, metalware, miscellanea, china and ceramics, glass, silver, gold, silver plate, jewellery and objet d’art, clocks, barometers, good quality Edwardian, Victorian and older furniture and many unusual items of interest.


When Can I Buy?


Every 6 – 8 weeks – look out for detailed adverts in the local press (West Briton, Cornish Guardian and Cornishman) .


What Commission Do I Pay?


15% plus Vat at the current rate –(on commission only)


When Can I View?


Wednesdays (prior to sale) 10am – 1pm (specialized sales only) and 2pm – 6pm
Thursdays (prior to sale) 2pm – 4pm
And Morning of Sales from 9am



P1260954 lot 494 002 (2)
1957 Velocette Valiant 250cc motorcycle – sold £2500.00 Rare Victorian silver owl three-piece cruet set – sold £3200.00 Robert Lenkiewicz – oil on canvas – sold £8000.00
 Cornish bracket clock by Belling of Wadebridge – sold £2000.00  H Percy oil on canvas – sold £3400.00  Chinese silver three-piece tea set – sold £2100.00
 18ct gold wrist watch by Patek Phillipe – sold £7100.00  Bohemian glass vase and cover – sold £2400.00  1790 table piano by Beyer of London – sold £2300.00
770 P1280386 concertina - sold £2400
Regency mahogany triple pillar dining table (without leaves) – sold £3100.00 19th Century French painted kingwood vitrine – sold £2400.00 Concertina by wheatstone – sold £2400.00


Are Catalogues Available?


Yes they are, from our office at the Auction Centre. Priced at £3 (or can be posted at a cost of £4) Tel: 01209 822266


Do You Post Items Purchased?


Yes we have our own in-house postal service, most items purchased can be sent locally, nationally and abroad for a small fee. – Auctioneers discretion will apply


How Long Do I Have To Remove Items?


Items can be cleared during the sale, otherwise we would expect all items to be paid for and cleared within one week of the auction.


Transporting Large Purchased Items


We don’t do any transport ourselves but can recommend a carrier who would be willing to help.

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