We sell all types of furniture from traditional Georgian and earlier furniture all the way through to modern design pieces from the 1960s. In a time that can be difficult for traditional antique furniture, Dawsons still enjoy excellent results for pieces of exceptional quality, rarity and age.
We have seen shifts in buyers tastes and attitudes towards interior design, meaning the right piece will always find its buyer. If you’re looking to sell at auction or buy to collect, please do not hesitate to contact us for a complimentary valuation or to discuss auction items in further detail with one of our specialists.
Get in touch with one of our team of trusted furniture specialists who will inspect your items, tell you a little about them and give you an auction valuation. We offer remote valuations by email, Whatsapp and video call. We can also book private appointments at one of our offices in London and Berkshire. Alternatively if you'd rather we came to you, we are happy to book Covid-safe private appointments to value your furniture 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 furniture 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 French late 19th century Louis XV style ormolu mounted vitrine
Sold for £5,000
Della Howard was well known on the London social scene, particularly in the art world for over half a century.
Dawsons are incredibly excited to be taking to auction an original Rolling Stones promotional poster
July 29th will see a beautiful selection of wonderous, interesting, and historical items under the hammer within our Fine Art, Antiques & Asian Art auction.
Within our Fine Art & Antiques sale on the 25th February, the team at Dawsons were excited to offer for sale two examples of a true classic piece of furniture, that is one of the most important and innovative furniture designs of the early 20th century.
Early examples include a mahogany ‘spice cupboard’ type chest, circa 1800, containing hidden sections, numerous original bottles and contents, a mahogany chest, circa 1780, the interior bottles behind fenestrated windows, and a Sheraton period travelling cabinet, mahogany and inlaid, on four castors with contents.
Dawsons Auctioneers are thrilled to report of their recent white-glove sale of The Stanley Webb Davies Collection, as part of their May Fine Art & Antiques auction.