British porcelain makers such as Worcester and Minton along with continental factories such as Meissen and Sevres achieve strong results as well as their more contemporary counterparts such as Lenci and Desimone.
Whether it be an elaborate Victorian centrepiece or an eye-catching Lalique vase, the right type of glass features prominently in the secondary market. Throughout the year, our specialists ensure each piece is carefully catalgoued and photographed, ensuring the best online exposure.
Please get in touch with one of our trusted ceramics & glass specialists who will inspect your items, tell you a little about them and provide an auction valuation. We offer remote valuations by email, whilst we can also book a private appointment at our London or Berkshire office. Alternatively, if you'd prefer, we would be delighted to book an appointment to value your ceramics & glass in the comfort of your own home.
Once you have received your auction estimates and agreed reserves, the next step is to enter your items ready for sale. At the same time, one of our specialists will offer available sale dates and guide you through your Seller’s Agreement which includes details about your items reserves, our charges and terms and conditions. They will also be pleased to answer any other questions you may have. You can bring your ceramics & glass along to us, or we are happy to arrange collection. Leave the rest to us. Then sit back and relax, our team will take care everything else, ensuring that your items are carefully catalogued, photographed and marketed to a huge audience of prospective buyers across the globe.
A rare William Moorcroft silver overlaid 'Pomegranate' pattern three piece tea set.
Sold for £15,400