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The March 2024 Rare Ceramics, Jewellery & Collectables Auction

Fareeha Ahmad

This gorgeous 19th Century Meissen mantle clock will be featured, with an estimate of £5,000-£6,000. Lot 268.

The clock is ticking down to our first Fine Art auction of the year, with a stunning variety of items to be offered in our March Rare Ceramics, Jewellery & Collectables Auction, featuring a superlative collection of Royal Worcester for sale, and much more besides!

What to Expect

To be held across the 7th, 8th & 9th March, from 10am each day, expect a sale brimming with fantastic items and collections, including 20th Century and earlier rare ceramics, a plethora of furniture items, pictures, wines, spirits & cigars, collectibles and much more. There’s exciting collections of jewellery, coins, silver & watches to be featured, too.

A lovely range of Oriental items to be featured includes this Chinese Canton enamel sweetmeat set. Lot 1808, estimate £250-£500.

There’s a multitude of ways for you to bid, as we’ll be live internationally across five online platforms, including directly via our website here, where we offer no internet surcharge on top of our usual buyer’s premium.

Bidders are also welcome in-person, or via telephone by prior arrangement. For further information on bidding in our auctions, be sure to check out our Bidding on an Item page here, and Our Fees page here.

Signed to the base, this Lalique Martinets frosted glass vase will be featured. Lot 1021 is estimated at £500-£1,000.

If you missed the deadline for consigning to our March sale, fret not: you can still consign to our July Fine Art auction. Valuation bookings can be arranged via our booking form here, by email at, via telephone on +44 (0)1782 638100, or via WhatsApp by sending clear images via the app to +44 (0)7864 667940.

Our Picks

Pictures and paintings to be featured include this wonderful L S Lowry Street Scene. Lot 1670, estimate £1,500-£2,000.

Amid the Royal Worcester for sale in our Fine Art auction is this coffee set, decorated with hand painted stags and deer by H Stinton. Complete with its original presentation box and hallmarked silver spoons, Lot 1381 is estimated at £6,000-£7,000.

Among the vast selection of ceramics to be featured, there are large collections of Moorcroft, Doulton Lambeth, Wade, Wedgwood, and a stunning selection of Royal Worcester for sale. Also to be included is studio pottery including pieces by Isabella Pope, as well as a splendid range of Minton and a lovely offering of 19th Century Moore & Co. items.

Lot 859 is this 20 piece Shelley Art Deco Vogue shaped 11739 J pattern tea set, which carries an estimate of £600-£1,200.

Royal Doulton figures to be featured includes this prestige prototype “Knight of the Crusade” HN5371. Lot 1229, estimate £2,000-£4,000.

Dinner & tea ware to be offered comprises a great choice of Shelley, Royal Crown Derby and De Lamerie items. There’s also plenty of figures to be featured, ranging from Beswick, Royal Doulton and Lladro, to good arrays of Kevin Francis and Staffordshire figures.

Among the furniture items to be featured is this 19th Century oak farmhouse dresser base and rack with 4 spice drawers. Lot 1478 is estimated at £500-£1,000.

An excellent piece for collectors of antique weaponry is this 19th Century boxlock mechanism flintlock pocket pistol by W Bond London. Lot 1863, estimate £200-£400.

Whisky, wines & spirits to be featured include this Remy Martin grande Champagne Cognac Louis XIII. Complete with presentation box, decanter stopper and outer box, Lot 1873 carries an estimate of £800-£1,600.

On top of this, we’ll be featuring a wonderful variety of collectible items, comprising wines, spirits & cigars, militaria, clocks, furniture and an extensive range of pictures and paintings.

Lot 2095 is this large 2.3 carat natural diamond solitaire ring, which is estimated at £3,000-£6,000.

Lastly, an abundance of superb quality jewellery, silver and watches will be offered, along with a fine assortment of valuable coins.

To be featured among the fabulous range of watches, and with an estimate of £800-£1,600, Lot 2067 is this Audemars Piguet 18ct gold gents wrist watch.

Lot 2055 is this 1974 full Krugerrand gold coin, estimated at £1,150-£2,300.

In all, our March Rare Ceramics, Jewellery & Collectibles Auction promises a marvellous sale! You can get your bids in now by heading to the catalogue below.