Congresbury Village Hall Valuation Event
A busy afternoon valuing antiques for charity awaited Clevedon Saleroooms valuers Toby Pinn and Mark Huddleston at Congresbury Village Hall on Wednesday 27th February - where there were some surprising finds...
28th February 2019Read Article
Ship-Shape and Bristol Fashion
Bristol’s prominence as one of the major British port cities of the 18th century is echoed in its artistic production of the time.
5th December 2018Read Article
Am I not a Free Man and a Brother?
The familiar name of Josiah Wedgwood and his Staffordshire ceramics will be familiar to many antiques aficionados. Less familiar perhaps is the fact that he was also a very keen social reformer and humanitarian.
27th November 2018Read Article
Blue John enjoys a purple patch
To those unfamiliar with Blue John, he’s not a he, it’s an it! A mineral which only occurs on one single hill, up in High Peak of Derbyshire beside the village of Castleton.
26th November 2018Read Article
Pigeon portraits take off
Clevedon Salerooms are no strangers to selling the works of Bristol Artist Andrew Beer (1862-1954). His portraits of prized pigeons turn up regularly and have in recent years started to reach new heights in terms of value.
25th November 2018Read Article
Getting your house in order
This fine Anglo-Indian Vizagapatam ivory workbox, from the early 19th century, modelled as a house with the hinged roof revealing a fitted interior measures just 19cm wide sold at Clevedon Salerooms November Quarterly Specialist Sale for £4,500.
24th November 2018Read Article
Banksy’s ‘Love Rat’ gnaws on bidders heartstrings
The Wiltshire vendor of this Banksy print titled Love Rat decided the time was right to offer this work purchased ten years ago.
23rd November 2018Read Article
They shall not grow old
Clevedon Salerooms November Quarterly Specialist Sale included a modest looking lot, amongst the hundreds of items on offer , but one of particular significance in 2018.