23rd November Fine Art Sale – Catalogue now live

Our 23rd of November Fine Art sale catalogue is now live. The sale features over 800 lots of Oil paintings, Olympic and other sporting memorabilia, watercolours, Welsh art from Jack Jones, Donald McIntyre, Sir Kyffin Williams, Glenys Cour, Brian Reeves, Iwan Gwyn Parry, Will Evans, Valerie Ganz and Dilys Jackson, ceramics, jewellery, medals and militaria…

23rd November Fine Art Sale – Last call for entries

The auctioneer has started cataloguing the 23rd November Fine Art Sale, and the photographer is busy editing all of the existing lots, but it's not too late to submit items for auction. Our valuer is here next Friday from 10am to 4pm, if you would like to have items valued for submission to a future…

John Knapp Fisher – Atmospheric Wales

John Knapp-Fisher’s painting is recognised around the world, and has become synonymous with the landscape of Pembrokeshire. With a highly distinct style, and an eye for capturing atmosphere, his paintings are mini monuments to a place and time.John was born in London in 1931 and spent his early years in the countryside of Kent. His…

20th July Fine Art Sale – Most watched lots

Throughout the course of getting ready for an auction one of the things we like to do, once the catalogue has been published, is try to guess what the best selling lot will be in the auction. We all have our different methods of what we take into account to come to this decision, for…

20th July Fine Art Sale – Catalogue now live

Out catalogue for the 20th of July Fine Art sale is now live. We have 479 lots of Jewellery, Ceramics, Silver, Books, Furniture, Coins, Oil paintings, Watercolours, Prints, Furniture, Medals and Militaria, and much more! ....

20th July Fine Art sale

Our 20th July Fine Art sale is nicely taking shape, and the auctioneer is busy cataloguing the vast array of items to be featured in the sale. Today he's been cataloguing some of the paintings, whilst the photographer works on the jewellery section of the sale. John Knapp FisherCottages in a landscapeA limited edition print…

The power and influence of women’s art

Historically, women artists have not been attributed the recognition and standing of their male counterparts. Despite the fact that art in its broadest variety of forms has been visibly produced, influenced and shaped by both women and men from as early as Palaeolithic cave paintings, male artists take centre stage in art history, and both…

13th April Fine Art Sale – Furniture

We love it when beautiful things come in for auction, and furniture especially, as it can be such a fickle market. Although age tends to not have significant bearing on saleability (Modern Scandinavian sells really well, much to our antique loving auctioneer's distaste), some of the older furniture struggles to find its niche market these…

21st July Fine Art Sale – Jewellery recap

Yesterday's sale was a hot one, and not just because of the scorching temperatures. Our Jewellery section of the sale once again started the auction with a bang, generating over £40,000.00 in revenue for our vendors. Here's a look at some of the highest selling jewellery lots in the auction. Sold for £2,800.00Lot 1 -…

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…