Advice on selling your antiques

David does not buy or sell antiques and is therefore able to offer impartial advice on how to obtain the best possible price for property belonging to yourself or your clients.

David is an independent valuer and has long established links with various London and Provincial salerooms and, as such, is well placed to ensure that your antiques and fine art achieve the best possible prices. If required David is able to negiotiate private treaty sales with individual or institutional buyers.

Illustrated opposite is a selection of items sold at auction on behalf of some of David’s clients.

1. A group of Delftware drug jars from a collection sold on behalf of a Bedfordshire client for £25,000
2. A MacIntyre ‘Wisteria’ vase – £3,900.
3. A late 17th Century table clock by William Wolsall of London – £15,000.
4. A pair of Cartier silver and sapphire cufflinks – £2,100.
5. A 1956 Austin Healey 3000 – £18,000
6. A George II Mahogany commode – £21,000