These auctions comprise China including Royal Doulton figurines, Moorcroft, Lladro, Masons, Beswick including Beatrix Potter figures, Border Fine Arts, Staffordshire Figures, mid 20th century and other ceramics, collectors' plates and thimbles, studio pottery, glass including Victorian, vinyl records, silver, silver plate, vintage and modern jewellery, clocks from different periods and styles, antiquarian books, wooden work boxes and treen, walking sticks, Oriental items, radios, cameras & photographic equipment, musical instruments, automobilia, breweriana, barographs, objects of vertu, stamps and postcards, vintage and period advertising including original enamelled signs, vintage lights and light fittings, pictures including watercolours, oils, pencil drawings, other original artwork, fishing tackle, antique, reproduction and modern furniture, garden statuary plus much more.
Our team of Valuers are available in the Saleroom, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 10am to 4pm for free pre-auction appraisals and advice. Plus Jewellery & Silver Valuations on Mondays, 10am to 4pm.
At Sheffield Auction Gallery, we want to make buying at auction, either in the saleroom or online, as easy and enjoyable as possible. Please ensure you have read our Terms & Conditions of Sale of Chattels below, bids are only accepted in agreement with these terms.
Enjoy all the excitement of a Sheffield Auction Gallery auction. On the sale day, grab your paddles and get ready to bid on all the lots you love.
Let us know which lots you are interested in and we will call you in advance to access the live auction by telephone (subject to availability).
If you cannot make our sale day, our trusted team can bid on your behalf subject to your requirements by completing a simple form.
Our Auctions are held in our purpose built, multi-saleroom gallery in Sheffield just minutes from the city centre, and accessible by rail, bus or taxi with on-site parking.
Buying at auction is simple. Register at our recpetion on your arrival, and you will be handed a bidding card with your 'paddle number' on it. During the auction, raise your paddle when there is a particular lot(s) you are interested in and wait for the auctioneer to acknowledge you/your bid.
The auctioneer will take competing bids from people in the room, from our team of phone clerks or online, until a final price is "won" indicated by the gavel being hit and the auctioneer announcing the hammer price. If you are the final bidder, you must give your paddle number to the auctioneer. When you have finished bidding, please go back to reception and hand over your paddle to our office staff. The final price of the lot(s), will include your buyer's premium fees.