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Cartier Tank Cintrée

Cartier Tank watches

It is now more than a century old but Cartier’s most famous watch – the Tank – appears to be everywhere today.

Engagement ring

Engagement Rings

An increasing number of couples are choosing to buy an engagement ring at auction rather than on the high street.

Regency rosewood dining chairs


Auctions are a great place to buy chairs whether you are looking for antique, vintage or modern styles.

‘Garden’, a lithograph by Scottish artist Hannah Frank


Prints represent a great opportunity to buy a work by an artist at a more accessible price point.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual bracelet watch

Rolex watches

Rolex is the best known and most popular luxury watch brand in the world.

Edwardian silver novelty

Silver Novelty Items

While grand and elaborate pieces of silver became an essential part of 18th and 19th century dining culture, at the same time, smaller silver novelty items began to emerge as the Victorians acquired a taste for humorous or whimsical pieces.

Art Deco 18ct white gold ring


More and more people are discovering the benefits of buying jewellery at auction. Free from high street mark-ups, ‘pre-loved' jewels by luxury designer names are priced at a fraction of the cost of buying a similar brand new item.

Georgian style console table


Large numbers of tables of all shapes, sizes and styles are offered every week at auctions on

Omega Speedmaster watch

Omega watches

Swiss watch maker Omega prides itself on innovation and quality.

Tiffany & Co silver jewellery


Jewellery brand Tiffany & Co was founded in 1837 in New York by 25-year-old Charles Lewis Tiffany and John Young.