Fay Roach joins the firm from the UK’s largest specialist jewellery valuations company. She is a member of the Institute of Registered Valuers and the Jewellery Valuers Association in addition to being an FGA qualified gemmologist and has also worked in London’s Hatton Garden in the jewellery and watch retail market. She will be working closely with Steven Collins who is Head of Jewellery and Watches at Cheffins. 

Led by Charles Ashton, Cheffins’ Fine Art department has gone from strength to strength in recent years with specialist auctions selling everything from furniture to artwork to collectables. Cheffins hosts three specialist jewellery auctions per year which see high value items on offer ranging from watches to fine jewellery to silverware. 

Steven Collins, Head of Jewellery and Watches at Cheffins says: “Fay brings to Cheffins a wealth of experience from the jewellery and watches market. We welcome her into the department and are confident that her appointment will reinforce Cheffins as one of the go-to auction houses for jewellery and watches in the UK.”

Fay Roach comments: “I am pleased to be working for Cheffins because I believe that this is a great opportunity to handle jewellery from across the industry. The firm has long held a strong reputation for its jewellery and watches auctions and I look forward to working alongside Steven in the November sale.”

The next Cheffins Jewellery & Watches sale will take place on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th November at Clifton House, Cambridge.

For more information, contact Cheffins Fine Art Department on 01223 213343, fine.art@cheffins.co.uk