The auction house will host two auctions tomorrow, starting with jewelry, watches and silverware at 11am.
The sale will feature a stunning collection of beautiful jewelry. From antique gold to contemporary trendy jewelry, there is something for everyone. Auctioneers’ favorites include a huge selection of opals – capturing a dazzling array of colors, as well as a limited-edition Longines automatic wristwatch.
An auction of antiques, fine art and collectors will follow at 1 p.m., where the 19th-century Japanese vase in silver, ivory and shibayama in a compressed oval design is already attracting the attention of many. The vase features a domed lid with a wire bird lift and enamel border. It is listed with an estimate of £ 500- £ 800.
An auction of furniture, clocks and interiors will take place on Friday at 11 a.m. This will include a selection of antique and modern furniture, clocks, barometers and clocks, rugs, interiors and much more.
Some of the items already causing a stir include a 1950s Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson oak stool valued at £ 500-800, and a grandfather clock made by Peter ‘Rabbitman’ Heap of Wetwang. The Yorkshire Oak Chest Clock has an estimate of £ 2,000-3,000.
Duggleby Stephenson is keen to encourage the younger generations at its auctions and believes the market for quality furniture, gold, silver and interesting antiques is already proving a growing attraction among young adults.
For those who cannot attend the auction in person, there is also the option to bid online.
Anyone interested in finding out more can call 01904 393 300.