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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

Ski poster for Valle d'Aosta by Arnaldo Musati


A great way to decorate your walls and a serious collecting area, posters at auction are becoming ever more in vogue.

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.

silver hallmarks

Silver Hallmarks Guide

When buying silver at auction it’s important to look for an item’s hallmarks. These silver hallmarks indicate the purity of the precious metal and often identify the date and location where the item was originally stamped or 'assayed'.

Silver palanquin finial

Indian Art

The term Indian art encompasses different artistic categories ranging from ancient antiquities to contemporary paintings.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Latitude

Jaeger-LeCoultre watches

Known for its quality, craftsmanship and innovation, Jaeger-LeCoultre has long been one of the most desirable watch brands.