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June 2018 Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, household items, antique & quality furniture: Lot 335

Auction: June 2018 Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, household items, antique & quality furniture

Auction Date: 09th June 2018 at 10.00 AM

A mixed collection of Leonardo, regency fine art items together with afgan silver plated spoon set and tongs and world war I era deraiame binoculars

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March 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale: Lot 541D

Auction: March 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale

Auction Date: 10th March 2018 at 10.00 AM

Moorcroft Large Vase decorated with World War I Military Aircraft titled 'Aces High' by Paul Hilditch, height 26cm.

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March 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale: Lot 762

Auction: March 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale

Auction Date: 10th March 2018 at 10.00 AM

World War I / WWI silver commemorative medal St George and the Dragon, boxed with certificate.

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February Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, household items, antique and quality furniture: Lot 435

Auction: February Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, household items, antique and quality furniture

Auction Date: 10th February 2018 at 10.00 AM

British Military World War I bayonet and scabbard with wooden grip, impressed marks to blade, 57cm in length

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SILVERDALE SALEROOM - November 2017 Rare 20th Century British Pottery, Antiques & Fine Art Auction: Lot 1159

Auction: SILVERDALE SALEROOM - November 2017 Rare 20th Century British Pottery, Antiques & Fine Art Auction

Auction Date: 12th November 2017 at 11.00 AM

A group of First World War medals awarded to 10785 Pte I.Pepper R.Fus including 1914-1915 Star, Civilisation medal and Victory medal (3)

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October auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, antique and quality furniture: Lot 556

Auction: October auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, antique and quality furniture

Auction Date: 14th October 2017 at 10.00 AM

A mixed collection of items to include World War I Great War medal, local interest National Ballroom medals, similar dance hall tickets and boxed Parker pen.

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Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale: Lot 1239

Auction: Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale

Auction Date: 10th June 2017 at 10.00 AM

A group of World War I medals awarded to 53265 Sergeant H Bratt Durham Light Infantry comprising 1914-1918 victory medal, 1914-1915 star, Civilisation medal and A George V India General Service Medal with Afghanistan N.W.F 1919 bar together with paperwork and prayer book

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Auction of 20th Century British Pottery including Royal Doulton, Beswick, Militaria & Collectors items: Lot 72

Auction: Auction of 20th Century British Pottery including Royal Doulton, Beswick, Militaria & Collectors items

Auction Date: 05th March 2014 at 11.00 AM

A large collection of German first & second world war badges comprising various enamel and metal (some later copies mostly original) (approx 66) all images are available to view please email Jonathan at [email protected] and I will provide a link for you

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News 48 results

Let’s Talk About Car Boot Sales & Charity Shops After Covid-19

If you have been busy in the garage, the spare room and the attic during lockdown and want to have a clear out, get in touch with us and we’ll advise you on prices for auction.

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Potteries Auctions’ Switch to Online Auctioning During Covid-19 Has Helped Us Reach New Audiences

We’ve seen during Covid-19, that our switch to online-only auctions has helped us reach high prices and attract brand new audiences from across the world. See the results for yourself.

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The Life and Career of Clarice Cliff

Clarice Cliff’s career in pottery started at the tender age of 13, which gave her a long grounding in establishing her own pottery. Clarice Cliff is now an iconic brand recognised by everyone.

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The History of Fieldings Crown Devon Pottery

Crown Devon Pottery produced a wide range of styles and colours from its inception in 1870 until it closed its doors in 1982. Find out more about the history of this remarkable factory and why its wares are still so popular to this day.

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Should I sell my collection to dealers or is it best to sell my collection at auction?

Selling a large collection at auction is a really good way to get a good price at top prices that are in excess of what you would get from a dealer.

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The Perennial Popularity of Royal Doulton Figures

Royal Doulton is well-known for a wide range of figurines that are highly collectable around the world, making these an excellent investment for resale eventually at auction. Read on for more info.

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What is a Character Jug or a Toby Jug?

Royal Doulton have produced character jugs since the early 1900s, where a character jug features the head and shoulders of a figure, and a Toby jug traditionally will display the entire body of a character.

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How To Get A Professional Valuation On House Contents For Division Of Assets

We understand that sometimes assets and valuables need to be divided for a number of reasons, whether it is due to divorce, or the distribution of assets from a deceased person’s estate. So how do you go about this?

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A Guide To Getting A Professional Valuation On House Contents For Insurance

Whether you have a few household items in your home that you know to be valuable and would like to insure them sufficiently, or you are looking for a valuation for all the contents in your home, we can help.

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Call Potteries Auctions In For Your House Clearance

If you are faced with the need to do a house clearance as part of emptying a house in order to wind up someone’s estate, take a look at our comprehensive house clearance service.

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Check Out the Chintz!

The phrasing “Chintz Pottery” describes chinaware and ceramics that are decorated in an all-over dense floral pattern, and was once banned in England! Take a look at our upcoming auction for some choice Chintz pieces.

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How Much is My Moorcroft Vase Worth?

We have sold many Moorcroft vases in our time, reaching an amazing £17,200 hammer price for a Moorcroft Flambe vase in 2015. Find out if you have a valuable Moorcroft vase in your possession.

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A Shout Out to Shelley!

We have a magical collection of Shelley Pottery coming up for sale in the 14th March Antiques and Fine Art Auction. Take a look at some of the choice pieces that will be available.

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Lessons to Learn at Sad Times

When winding up the estate of a recently deceased loved one, sometimes it is of value to get in help from outside when disposing of household items and lessens your load at a sad time.

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Is That Tea Set Worth Anything?

You might have inherited a tea set from a distant relative and it’s just gathering dust in the back of a cupboard. You don’t want to throw it away, but you don’t want to use it either. Let’s figure out if your tea set is worth anything.

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Check For That Silver Lining Before You Get Rid Of Your Gold & Silver

In this article we wanted to spend a little time examining the subject of solid silver and gold. And as ever, we have some salutary words to heed if you are thinking of off-loading some ‘worthless’ items at the local buyer in the High Street.

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Getting Well Stuffed – Taxidermy Trends At Auction

Our ‘Words of Wisdom’ today are from local antiques auctioneers Louis Taylors who are going to touch on Taxidermy in the world of antiques. If you are curious about trends in taxidermy at auction, then read on!

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A Fortune For Your Old Whisky

We are seeing a dramatic upsurge in interest in old whisky… and also not-so-old whisky of interest to collectors cross the world.

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Bargains To Be Had At Car Boots, the Local Tip & Charity Shops

Our valuer Rod walks us through his thoughts on when people with valuable possessions unwittingly sell or give away items through car boots, table top sales and charity shops. A guide to help you avoid the pitfalls!

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Where can I sell my gold?

With gold prices at an all-time high in the UK right now, it’s a great time to sell those unworn pieces of gold jewellery, or to take a look over the pieces you have had in a drawer for years.

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Fine Art Preview: Highlights Of Our Up-Coming November Fine Art Auction

Our next auction of fine art will be a three-day sale at our Silverdale saleroom on the 8th, 9th and 10th November 2019. Take a look at some of the highlighted lots we’re most excited about.

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Enid Seeney Homemaker Uncovered

Enid Seeney… who, you might ask? Well Enid was a designer and an artist who quietly designed and created the iconic ‘Homemaker’ designs produced on ceramics and other materials in the 1950's. Find out about her fascinating career.

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How To Tell If Your Patek Philippe Watch Is Valuable

The most expensive wristwatch in the world is an $11million Patek Philippe timepiece sold in Geneva, 2016. This Patek Philippe 1518 reached a record price, but how do you know if your watch has a good chance of fetching a big price at auction?

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Wrist.Watch.Waterproof – Do you have a Dirty Dozen Vintage Military Watch?

Whilst watches supplied to the British Army could be basic during World War II, those supplied to the RAF were usually of a much higher grade. The now famous “WWW” watches were also known as the “Dirty Dozen” and were issued in 1945. Find out...

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Dealing With Probate? Let Us Guide You Through The Process Of Valuing An Estate

Dealing with probate after the death of a loved one always comes at the very worst time if you're also a close relative as well as executor. Let us guide you through the trickiest part of probate, which is getting an accurate estimate on an estate.

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Royal Doulton Designer & Modeller: Charles J Noke

Charles Noke was a premier designer and modeler for Royal Doulton. Read about his life and career and discover some of the pieces we've auctioned by Noke.

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Motorcycles

The history of the self-propelled cycle goes right back to the later part of the Victorian era where Steam, diesel, petrol and electric were all being experimented with as possible power sources.

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MECCANO

Meccano enables the building of working models and mechanical devices.

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Top Selling Lots of 10th March Fine Art Sale

The top selling lots of our first Fine Art Sale of 2018!

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Diamonds Are Forever, sold in our first Fine Art Sale of 2018

Some lovely jewellery sold in the March 10th Fine Art and Antique Sale.

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Shelley Pottery

Shelley - best known for fine bone china...

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WH Goss

Portrait of a local lady from Alsager in our next Fine Art Sale

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November News

A round up of Novembers Fine Art & Antiques Auction

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Another snippet of local interest...

Apedale Hall built by Richard Heathcote

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Toys

There is a wonderful selection of toys on sale in our Antiques, Rare Pottery & Fine Art Auction on Sunday 12th November

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Royal Doulton Character Jugs

A collection of Character Jugs featuring the Great Military Leaders & WWI Military Leaders Series

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Optics on view in our August 12th Sale

View our large number of optic items, on sale on Saturday 12th August 2017.

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We measure up . . .

Lot 294 one of the top 25 highest selling lots.

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CIGARETTE CARDS

A large single owner collection of cigarette cards in our next sale.

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A snippet of history....

An interesting letter from a man stationed on SS Britannic dated 23 February 1916.

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February the month of romance

A wartime love story......

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WADE COLLECTABLES

Wade Ceramics as popular as they were back in the 1950s!

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Royal Doulton Princess Badoura - HN2081

One of the Prestige pieces in our September 24th Fine Art Sale

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One of the greatest Beswick collections of all time

The Morris Abbot collection will be sold through Potteries Auctions in the coming months with some of the rarest pieces on offer in our September 24th Antique, Rare Pottery & Fine Art sale

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Fine Art & Antique Auction News

We held the first Fine Art & Antique Auction of 2016 on February 27th

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2015 Fine Arts Review

Potteries Auctions' first ever Fine Art sale at our Silverdale Showroom was held in April whilst the second sale followed in September. Over 2300 lots went under the hammer in these sales and generated some exceptional realised prices.

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November Sale Highlights

The last sale before Christmas, November28th, dazzled with a wide variety of items appealing to both the specialist and casual collector

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September Sale Success

Following on from the success of April’s Fine Art sale, Saturday 26th September saw Potteries Auctions hold their second Fine Art sale at the Silverdale Salerooms.

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