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We’re always looking for that item of rarity, exclusivity, peculiarity or intrigue to include in our auctions.
Collectors' items are very diverse and feature antiquities, tribal artefacts, treen, works of art, bronze sculptures, antique samplers, vintage toys and decorative objects.
You will often find rare items for sale at our Fine Sales and our Interiors sales from the esoteric to those of more popular appeal. Collectors’ items for sale feature in a dedicated section in our Fine Sale which takes place three times a year.
If you are interested in selling collectors’ items please get in touch with us to arrange a valuation of your collection.
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View a selection of items sold at recent Cheffins Fine Art auctions.
Workshop of Giambologna,
A Swedish porphyry urn, mid 19th century,
A Roman marble torso of Aphrodite, 1st century B.C. - 1st century A.D.,
A large and imposing pair of 17th century style carved and painted angels,
A bronze model of a prancing horse, probably 18th century,
After Nikolaï Ivanovich Lieberich (Russian, 1828-1883), The Wolf Hunt,
A Lignum Vitae Wassail Bowl and Cover, circa 1680,
A Magnificent large pair of parcel gilt bronze neo-classical ewers, 19th century
Giovita Lombardi, Italian (1837-1876),
John De Vaere (1755-1830), two white marble portrait busts, of a girl and boy, both signed to one
A Victorian butcher`s shop-front model diorama, the painted butcher figure standing to the centre
Artworks, furniture and objects from some of the biggest names in 20th century design went under the hammer.
'Orange Dahlias in a Vase' was sold to a collector from Italy
With record prices now being achieved for these iconic chairs designed by the late Lord Snowdon in 1969, Martin Millard takes a closer look at their appeal.
Considered the Clarice Cliff of furniture-making, this one-woman designer became the tastemaker of the 1930s. Martin Millard tells the story and details Betty Joel items available at the next Art & Design Sale.
As an affordable alternative to original artwork, signed prints and lithographs have come into their own with a new generation of collectors, Brett Tryner gives us the lowdown.