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Omega Speedmaster watch

Omega Watches

Swiss watch maker Omega prides itself on innovation and quality. Its brand enjoys a high profile due to its association with the James Bond film franchise and its appearance at many Olympic Games as the official timekeeper.

George III 18ct pocket watch

Pocket Watches

Pocket watches, pendant watches and fob watches were the precursors of the wristwatch.

Lalique 'Spirit of the Wind' car mascot


A wide variety of glass across different styles and periods is available to buy at auctions on

Iznik pottery dish

Islamic Art

Often distinctive and vibrant, the visual arts produced in the Islamic world cover a wide range of genres, periods and lands.

Carriage clock

Carriage Clocks

Carriage clocks are portable timepieces originally designed for travel. First developed in France in the early 19th century, the basic design of these spring-driven clocks has remained largely unchanged over the years.

Patek Philippe gold Nautilus Jumbo bracelet watch

Patek Philippe Watches

Patek Philippe is one of the most famous and sought-after names in the watches market.

Tiffany silver coffee pot


Silver has long been regarded as a precious metal and status symbol. As a material that can be worked into many different forms, a wide variety of items have been made using silver over many centuries.

Macallan 1977 single malt Scotch whisky


Whisky (or whiskey when it’s Irish) is the name used to describe spirits made from grain that is mashed, fermented, distilled and aged.

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.

Art Deco diamond brooch


Perfect for a special occasion as well as everyday wear, brooches are both stunning pieces of jewellery and ever-popular fashion accessories.