Latest news from Cheffins

Read all the latest news, business updates, announcements and press releases from Cheffins.

Art & Design Sale sees never-before-seen rock star prints comes to sale

January 2018

Now Cheffins Fine Art are bringing limited edition prints of six of these stills to auction for the first time

Early works by Evelyn Dunbar to be offered at auction

January 2018

Two lots of early works by the famous wartime artist, Evelyn Dunbar, feature in The Art and Design Sale on 25th January

Classic cars and WW2 memorabilia to hit the market at Connoisseur's Sale

December 2017

• 1967 Austin Healey MKIII with original colour and engine • 1971 E-type Jaguar series III • Highest-scoring WWII spitfire pilot, James Edgar ‘Johnnie’ Johnson memorabilia

Racing Towards January's Connoisseur's Sale

December 2017

The 18th January will see this 1971 v12 e-type go under the hammer in our Connoisseur's Sale

Art Deco Jewellery highly sought after by private buyers and trade

December 2017

Collecting Art Deco jewellery brings gleaming returns for investors

Final Call for Entries for Art and Design January 2018

December 2017

It's your last chance to be a part of this always exciting and popular auction

Undiscovered Alberto Giacometti drawings to be sold at auction

October 2017

Two undiscovered drawings by world-famous artist, Alberto Giacometti, are to be sold at Cheffins in Cambridge, UK. The drawings were discovered amongst the collection of the late antiques dealer, Eila Grahame, based in London.

Art & Design from 1860 sale proves demand for 20th Century items

October 2017

Cheffins’ landmark Art & Design from 1860 sale saw top prices paid for twentieth century artworks, furniture and collectables from the firm’s salerooms in Cambridge UK.

Previously unrecorded Alberto Giacometti drawing sold for £130,000 at auction

October 2017

A previously unseen double-sided sketch by world-famous artist, Alberto Giacometti, has sold for £130,000 at Cheffins’ The Residue of Vision – Art & Design from 1860 sale today. This is over double its presale estimate of £40,000 - £60,000. Hosted in Cambridge, UK, the sale drew international interest from across Europe and the US.

Sacha Llewellyn to give talk ahead of Art & Design from 1860 Sale

September 2017

Cheffins to host a private preview of its Art and Design from 1860 sale with a talk by British Realism expert, Sacha Llewellyn

Uncharted art and antiques pay dividends at Fine Art Sale

September 2017

Little Barford Collection from Bedfordshire makes over £280,000; Peter Lely paintings sell for £24,000; Two 18th century tables make £54,000 and £55,000 apiece; Art Deco brooch sells to collector for £22,000

Sir Donald Sinden Collection to be sold at Cheffins Fine Art Auction

August 2017

A series of items from Sir Donald Sinden's home will be included in Cheffins Fine Art Sale on 13th and 14th September

The Fine Art Sale June 2017

June 2017

'The Nymph Callisto' makes £8,000

Cheffins Fine Art sale ignites market with stellar prices across the board

December 2016

£70,000 paid for diamond tiara with Princess Diana connections; Collection of antiques icon, Eila Grahame, makes over £577,000; Sale total over £1.4m

Cheffins to host Fine Art sale preview in aid of The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution

November 2016

The preview will allow visitors to view some of the rare art, antiques and furniture which will be auctioned off in the Cheffins Fine Art Sale on 30th November and 1st December

October Fine Art Auction Highlights

October 2016

Art & Design from 1860 - 6th October 2016

Art and Design from 1860

September 2016

Dale Chihuly glass Persian series sculpture comes to auction

International interest at The Fine Art Sale

September 2016

The September Fine Art sale attracted worldwide interest

The Fine Art Sale - Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th September

August 2016

Cheffins September Fine Art sale will include a pencil drawing by Sir Alfred Munnings, PRA of General Jack Seely's war horse Warrior, who survived four years on the Western Front.

John Bell (1811-1895) Sculpture Discovered

August 2016

John Bell’s (1811-1895), lost marble figure of ‘Armed Science’, commissioned in 1853 by Robert Adair, Lord Waveney, for his home Flixton Hall in Suffolk has been discovered by Cheffins Fine Art experts in the garden of a Suffolk farm house and will be auctioned in The Fine Art sale on 7th & 8th September 2016.