The majority of our antique furniture is sold at our monthly Granary sales, which usually hold around 600-800 lots of furniture from the 17th century onwards. However the widest interest currently seems to be in contemporary designer furniture which is hotly contested by private bidders and collectors.
Our staff can offer valuations for auction from photographs via our valuations page, or we often visit customers at home if there are too many items to photograph.
An Indo-Portuguese cabinet on standSold for: £8,500
A small 19th century carved and panelled oak wall-hanging cupboard, with spindled panelled doors, a small single carved cupboard below and inlaid parq. . .Sold for: £3,200
A 19th century Pietra Dura specimen hardstone-topped library stretcher table, concave frieze raised on carved and turned end supports and carved scrol. . .Sold for: £2,400
An impressive Liberty & Co Art Nouveau oak hall stand, circa 1910, with impressed copper panels, central bevel-glass mirror, and original stylised bra. . .Sold for: £1,100
Robert Mouseman Thompson, rectangular oak stool, mid-20th centurySold for: £1,300
A 1950s' Italian oval dining table, in the manner of Ico Parisi, with stylised wood frame and reverse patterned inset green glass top, H 75cm x D75cm . . .Sold for: £950