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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 four 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.
Strawberry Hill interest - the remnants of a Greek granite urn and cover,
A Fijian club 'Gugu' or 'Siriti', 19th century or earlier,
Bank of England, Kenneth O. Peppiatt, £500 banknote,
An Egyptian green glaze kohl,
A marble bust of the Emperor Lucius Verus, 18th or 19th century,
After Giambologna (Italian, 1519–1608), a bronze model of Mercury, late 19th or early 20th century,
After Bertel Thorvaldsen, a carved marble figure of Venus with an apple, late 19th century,
A Narwhal (Monodon Monoceros) tusk, 19th century,
A bronze model cat [Bastet], probably Egyptian late period 640-322BC,
Evgeny Aleksandrovich Lansere (Russian, 1848-1886), The Steeplechase,
Antoine-Louis Barye (French, 1796–1875), Lion au Serpent No. 1,
A fine Charles II stump work table casket, circa 1670,
Robert Physick, (English circa 1816-1882), a carved marble bust of Clyte, 1875,
A carved wood (probably elm) Royal Coat of Arms of the House of Stuart,
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
The sale took place on 23rd November.
Patricia Cross explains why the Norwich-born painter holds such extensive appeal
Nicolas Martineau talks about why this piece looks set to be popular at next month’s sale
Luke Bodalbhai from Cheffins Old Master department explains how a famous sitter can increase the value of a portrait up to ten-fold
Here, Polly curates her top pieces from the Frank Hermann tableware collection