The forthcoming Grantham Collective Sale on Wednesday 17th October has its usual mix of items to suit all homes, styles, and tastes.
Silver lots are numerous in amount and quality, with a large George V silver salver kicking off proceedings. Table pieces and serving items are notably high in number, and various silver lots are dovetailed throughout the sale.
There is a good selection of coins from several sources with a single lot of hammered examples and several M Theresa pieces. There are a few lots of banknotes also from other private collections, which go nicely hand in hand with the numerous lots of trade cards, stamps and ephemera also found in the sale.
The pottery and porcelain offering is represented by the very old and the very new with Crown Derby, Royal Albert and Doulton taking centre stage.
Hot on the heels for quality is a magnificent selection of furniture with the very new - Miele, Dyson and the style of Titchmarsh and Goodwin - juxtaposed with the very old, with Georgian and Victorian offerings both plentiful and in good order.
We have items for outside the home too. Why not take advantage of the warm weather and spruce up your garden with our selection of garden statuary? We have several urns, planters, garden stone pots and other furniture for you to enjoy.
The Grantham Collective Sale will be held at Old Wharf Road at 10am on Wednesday 17th October with viewing on Tuesday 16th October from 10am to 4pm and on the morning of the sale from 8.30am. There are well over 800 lots to go through and we look forward to seeing you!