Consignment for the 21st July Fine Art Sale

Railway shelfplates in the 21st July auction

We've received a consignment of railway signal box brass shelfplates, and other railwayana, which will be featured in our 21st July Fine Art sale. We expect this to be a popular section of the auction, and the photographer is busy photographing it all today, but we couldn't resist a sneak preview for you! Selection of…

21st July Fine Art Sale – entries being accepted

Our 21th of July Fine Art sale submissions deadline is quickly approaching, but you still have time! If you've got items to consign, come see us, it is not too late for lot to be entered into our 21st July Fine Art sale. If you're unsure, our valuer is available on Friday from 10am to…

UK Government 5AML legislation

The UK Government's 5AML (anti-money laundering) legislation comes into affect for auction houses tomorrow, Thursday 10th June 2021, and all auction houses are now required to do "due diligence" checks. As such, you will now be asked to provide government issued photographic ID (driver's licence or passport) in order to bid with us, or sell…

28th April Fine Art Sale – All that sparkles…

...is jewellery? Once again our jewellery section of the Fine Art sale shone, starting with lot number 1 reaching a hammer price more than double the bottom estimate. The jewellery section of our Fine Art sales never disappoints, and this one was no different. Out of 167 lots, only a few didn't sell, and the…

28th April Fine Art Sale – celadon ware

We get a lot of really interesting things in for auction here at Anthemion Auctions, and the most recent example of this is the series of Chinese celadon vases which were in our 28th April Fine Art Sale. What is celadon ware? The term ‘celadon ware’, also known as green ware, refers to a type…

Gold continues to shine at Anthemion Auctions!

Our 28th April Fine Art sale saw some frantic action, and lots of funny moments between the auctioneer and the assembled bidders. None more so than the coins section of the sale. With a final count of 149 lots of coins (and a few gold bars) you could be forgiven for thinking it was going…