A Chinese pale celadon jade circular plaque, 20th century,
10th, 11th & 12th January 2017 Antiques & Interiors Sale
Lots: 601 - 1000
Lots: 1101 - 1647
Lots: 1701 - 2378
We recommend using ClearHouse Moves for deliveries of larger items such as furniture. They can be contacted on 07919 363760
We recommend using Mailboxes for the packing and postage of all smaller items. They can be contacted on 01403 265005
Buyers Premium: 20% + VAT is the standard rate. 25% + VAT applies to lots purchased online with the-saleroom.com.
Credit Card Purchases will incur a 2% surcharge.
Payment and Collection Arrangements MUST be made within one week of the Auction. Thereafter Storage Charges Will Apply
ANTIQUES & INTERIORS SALE
TUESDAY 10th January 2017
601 – 780 Wines and Spirits
801 – 825 Clocks and Scientific Instruments
851 – 962 Works of Art
980 – 1000 Textiles, Carpets and Rugs
WEDNESDAY 11th January 2017
1101 – 1185 European Ceramics and Glass
1312 – 1500 Asian Art
1501 – 1561 Watercolours and Prints
1562 – 1647 Oil Paintings
THURSDAY 12th January 2017
1701 – 1708 Boxes & Tea Caddies
1720 – 1957 Furniture
1958 – 2136 Silver and Plate, including The Miller Collection
2137 – 2050 Coins and Medals
2167 – 2378 Jewellery and Watches
Friday 6th January 9am – 4pm
Saturday 7th January 9am – 1pm
Monday 9th January 9am – 4pm
Tuesday 10th January 9am – 12noon
Terms & Conditions
TERMS OF SALE BY AUCTION AND CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS
Mainly Concerning Buyers
1. Buyers premium of 20% on the hammer price plus VAT at 20% is payable on all lots. (The VAT rate may alter and will be levied at the appropriate rate.) Any lots marked with an asterisk(*) will be subject to 20% VAT on the hammer price. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 5% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price
2. Payment of all bought lots must be made by the Friday following the sale. The Auctioneer reserves the right to cancel any sale after this period, or where he deems it to be in the Sellers best interests, at his sole discretion.
3. The auctioneers will not release goods to clients unknown until cheques have been cleared. A period of five working days will be needed to clear the cheques. Purchasers will be held liable for any expenses arising from their method of payment.
4. No lots may be cleared during the auction, however, payments can be made to cashiers in the Accounts Department.
5. Lots may be claimed and cleared at the conclusion of the sale. Lots will be released only on production of a release slip receipted by the Accounts Department. Ownership of a lot purchased shall not pass to the buyer until full payment has been made to the Auctioneer of ‘the total amount due’.
6. Free storage of all lots will be provided for three working days following the sale thereafter a storage and handling charge of £5.00 plus VAT per lot per day will be levied.
7. Bidding (a) Paddles: All intending buyers are requested to complete a paddle registration card prior to the auction. When a buyer is successful he/she will hold the paddle aloft and the auctioneer will record the paddle number
as the buyer of the lot.
(b) Commission Bids: Any person unable to attend the auction may request the auctioneer to bid on his/her behalf. This service is free of charge. Bidding forms will be available so that clients may complete
this fully. These should be handed in at the Accounts Office. Commission bidders are urged to ascertain whether they have been successful or not on the day of the sale or on the Monday following the sale. Lots will be purchased by the
auctioneers on behalf of the commission bidders as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and/or reserves if any. Buy bids will not be accepted by the auctioneers. the auctioneers cannot accept responsibility for any neglect or default in executing or failing to execute commission bids.
(c) The auctioneers reserves the right to re-offer any lot in the case of a dispute. The bidding increments will be at the sole discretion of the auctioneer.
8. Liability of Auctioneers and Sellers Goods sold are not new and all goods are sold with all faults and imperfections and errors of description. Illustrations in the catalogue are for identification only.
(i) Buyers should prior to the sale satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot and whether or not in their own judgement the lot accords with the description. (ii) Neither the Auctioneers the seller or their servants are responsible for errors of description or for the authenticity of any lot and
(iii) The Auctioneers the seller or their servants and agents give no warranty whatsoever other than hereinafter contained to any buyer in respect of any lot and any express or implied conditions or warranties are hereby excluded.
9. Where a member of the public causes damage to a Lot (or part thereof) the Auctioneer reserves the right to:
(i) sell the aforementioned without reserve and to hold that specific individual liable for the amount of any difference
between the hammer price and the reserve or lower estimate whichever might be higher or (ii) for the cost of the restoration where appropriate
or (iii) for the full amount of the reserve price or lower estimate which ever be the higher
Note: that with the exception of Condition 10(iii) title to the Lot will
remain solely with the seller.