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Auction this Saturday

This Bank Holiday weekend  will see the return of our fortnightly antiques and interiors sale here at our Seaside saleroom  in Scarborough.
We have almost 700 lots for sale, including antiques, collectables, ceramics, pictures, silver and cabinet lots.
Viewing is on Friday May 22 between 10am and 7pm and the sale starts on Saturday May 23 at 11am.
We will be closed on Bank Holiday Monday May 25 and will re-open on Tuesday May 26 for collections and payments as normal.

Mousey Thompson sale a success

Yorkshire Oak fans enjoyed our last Saturday sale with the much sought-after furniture, made by local skilled craftsmen, go under the hammer.

A hand crafted Mouseman adzed oak floor standing corner cupboard was the highest selling lot, selling for £2,350.

The sale also included a number of original advertising items that attracted a lot of bidders from all over the country with lot, such as a  'Famous Sphinx Watches' double sided enamel sign, reaching near to £300.

We are now busy lotting up and photographing items for our next Aniques and Interiors sale on Saturday June 23.

This sale looks set to include some interesting lots with some Art Deco period clocks and mirrors on offer.

Our Summer Picture Sale is coming up, with a good selection of pictures on offer.

We are always taking in both modern and antique goods for our fortnightly sales.

Please bring them into our saleroom on Vine Street, Scarborough, between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Thursday.


Yorkshire oak coming up!

A successful Saturday sale last weekend with good hammer prices including a canteen of silver Kings Pattern cutlery that sold for £3,300.
The cutlery comprised of 12 place settings by Edward Viner of Sheffield 1966.
Other highlights include a three stone diamond ring that went under the hammer at £4,200 and a motorcycle that brought a price way above estimate, ultimately reaching £740.
Buyers flocked into our seaside saleroom for viewing the day before the sale and bidded competitively throughout on the day.
We are now busy cataloging hundreds of fresh lots that have been brought to us for our forthcoming sale.
This sale includes Yorkshire Oak with makers including Mouseman, Acornman, Wrenman, Squirrelman, Unicornman.
The catalogue will be uploaded and online on Friday evening (May 1) ahead of the sale on Saturday May 9.

Train section this Saturday

Our sale on Saturday is a must for train enthusiasts.

With 50 plus lots of Hornby 'O' and 'OO' gauge railways, locomotives, railway stock and accessories going under the hammer.

All this alongside 650 lots of antiques.

Viewing is on Friday between 10am and 7pm then before the sale on Saturday from 9am until the sale start time at 11am.

We are  accepting entries for our Yorkshire oak section in the sale on Saturday May 9th.

Please bring your saleable items into see our valuer between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Thursday.


FORTHCOMING SALES


Saturday 25th April

Antiques & Interiors featuring

Hornby '0' & '00' gauge railways



Saturday 9th May

Antiques & Interiors featuring

Yorkshire Oak including Mouseman

ENTRIES INVITED


Monday 8th June

The Summer Picture Sale

ENTRIES INVITED


Specialist sales coming up

Garden architectural items will feature in a specialist section of our sale this Saturday, in  time to spruce up your garden for the Easter holiday.
We have items to suit all budgets from a life size solid cast iron deer with an estimate of £700 to £900, to a collection of small Victorian terracotta plant pots that are expected to make about £30.
In ceramics, a Royal Doulton lion is our star piece. In jewellery we have a Rolex Perpetual date wristwatch is on offer and in Furniture a beautiful example of an early 19th Century oak dresser and rack appears  at lot 433.
We are busy setting up the sale room ahead of the viewing on Friday March 27 between 10am and 7pm, then the sale is on Saturday March 28 at 11am.
We are open for valuations and for entries into the auction from Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm and for collections of items purchased (furniture rear entrance) from Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm.
Forthcoming specialist sections that we are accepting entries for include - Sporting Guns and Antique Weapons - April 11
Railwayana - April 25
Yorkshire oak including Mouseman - May 9

Next Auction Saturday 28th March

The sale will include antique,contemporary and retro furniture, silver, jewellery, china, glassware, paintings and books.
Viewing for the sale starts at 10am on Friday until 7pm in the evening and again on Saturday from 9am until the sale starts at 11am.

Thinking of selling? We are open for valuations from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Thursday or for home visits throughout Yorkshire, please call our office team on 01723 507111.

Two Sale Weekend Ahead

The antiques and interiors sale on Saturday 14th March at 11am will be followed by the Spring Picture Sale on Monday from 11am

Viewing for the Saturday sale is on Friday from 10am to 7pm and on Saturday from 9am to 11am. Highlights include a superb collection of portrait miniatures and a dining table complete with a set of twelve chairs by The Royal Oak Furniture Company

Picture sale viewing is also on Friday from 10am to 7pm, on Saturday from 9am to 3pm and on the Monday morning from 9am until the sale starts at 11am.

Both catalogues are available to view now

Illustration - LOT 1 (Antique and Interiors Sale Saturday): English School (late 18th century): Oval portrait miniature watercolour on ivory of a lady




A great end to the month

Two super sales to end the month of February with high prices reached in all departments.
In furniture, an Ercol vintage retro daybed sofa reached £640 and a William Tillman fine repro mahogany dining table sold for an impressive £750.
In our specialist garden architectural department a large cast iron stag in a bronzed finish made £580.
A pair of large Royal Crown Derby limited edition paperweights were sold to a buyer from New Zealand for £800.
Our first timed online auction of the contents of Sweetings engineers was a big success too with buyers from all over the country battling it out online.
We are now busy preparing for our forthcoming March sales with fresh lots coming in to stock every day.
Our next sale is on Saturday March 14. The full catalogue will be online on the evening of Friday 6th March.
That same weekend we have our Gallery of Pictures sale, with a great selection of paintings on offer. The catalogue for this is online already.

Two Auctions This Weekend

The next Antique and Interiors sale will be held on Saturday February 28th at 11am and will feature a special section of garden architectural items. Viewing is on Friday 27th February between 10am and 7pm and saleday from 9am. 
Highlights include this pair of large Royal Crown Derby limited edition pheasant paperweights (lot 1).




The catalogue for a timed online auction of automotive parts and metalwork engineering machines(ending 15.00GMT Friday 27th February) is now available to view online. 

http://www.bidspotter.co.uk/en-gb/auction-catalogues/david-duggleby-scarborough/catalogue-id-srda10041





We are now accepting entries for a specialist section in our sale on April 11th - Sporting Guns, Antique Firearms and Weapons.

Valentine's Sale

Our next sale is on Saturday February 14th at 11am. Viewing is on Friday between 10am and 7pm and saleday from 9am.


We are now accepting entries for a specialist section in our sale on April 11th - Sporting Guns, Antique Firearms and weapons.


Valentine's Day Sale

This super Art Deco silver tea set has just been catalogued for sale and is expected to fetch between £400 and £600. If you have any silver items to enter for this auction please do bring them down to Vine Street and we will value them for you. Last date for entries in all sections of this sale is Thursday 5th February.

Auction Saturday ahead!

A selection of Chinese silks are expected to gather interest from across the globe in this Saturday's sale.
600 plus lots will go under the hammer with an interesting section of textiles including shawls and table covers featuring Oriental scenes including dragons, cranes and butterflies.
In addition, our objet d'art section has a number of bronzes including a bronze group of a boy with a greyhound.
Our furniture section highlight is a pair of George III mahogany elbow chairs with satinwood panels and ribbed and fluted legs.
Viewing for the sale is on Friday between 10am and 7pm and on the morning of the sale between 9am and when the sale starts at 11am.
The fully illustrated catalogue is available now online.
We are still accepting pictures for our quarterly picture sale which takes place on March 16.  The deadline is Saturday February 14. We will look forward to hearing from you!

Yorkshire oak reigns

Our Yorkshire oak furniture sold well on Saturday with a Mouseman stool selling for £440.
A child's Wrenman chair made £220 and a wall hanging corner cabinet by the same maker reached £440.
Other highlights included an enamel Black Cat advertising sign that made £340 and an aquamarine and diamond ring that reached £640.
Our team are now busy packing lots to send to buyers all over the world and our vans are out delivering goods to successful buyers up and down the country.
We are taking in goods for forthcoming sales  which are on Saturday January 31. February 14th and 28. The next catalogue will be online on Friday January 23.

Auction this Saturday

Our next Saturday sale will take place this weekend, with something to suit all tastes and budgets.

Antiques, collectables, ceramics, jewellery, silver and cabinet lots, Antique furniture, Yorkshire oak, Retro and home furnishings will all be going under the hammer.

The catalogue is now online and fullyphotographed.

In furniture we have quality Yorkshire oak furniture from makers including Gnomeman, Acornman, Beaverman, and Wrenman.

Highlights in jewellery look set to include a dazzling fancy colour light brown certificated diamond and diamond halo cluster ring with an estimate of £8000-£10,000.

Viewing is on Friday January 16 from 10am to 7pm and before the sale starts from 9am. The auction will start at 11am on Saturday 17th January.

We are now taking in pictures for our Galley of Pictures sale in March.


Happy New Year

An impressive 568 people registered to buy on Saturday for our first sale of 2015.

A single owner collection of Royal Mint silver proof coins made good prices along with pure silver bars from the same source selling altogether for a total of £2000.

An unusual lot came in the form of two Don Bradman cricket flicker books that sold for £120, with the money made being donated to local charity St Catherine's Hospice.

In furniture, a collection of Gordon Russell teak vintage retro furniture made £620 and was bought by a customer with an association with the furniture maker's workshop in Broadway, Worcestershire.

Our highest selling jewellery piece was a tanzanite and diamond ring stamped 585, selling for £1,000, together with provenance proving that it was one of the earliest tanzanite stoned mined and purchased in Tanzania in 1969.


Upcoming sales include January 17 and 31,

February 14 and 28.


We are always taking items in for forthcoming sales so please do visit us at our Scarborough Seaside Saleroom.


Successful end to 2014

A successful weekend of sales for David Duggleby culminating in probably our most successful Gallery of Pictures sale.

Buyers flocked into our saleroom for viewing of the sales to enjoy mince pies and a glass of wine ahead of Saturday's 700 lot sale and Monday's impressive art sale.

The sales generated hundreds of new buyers from all over the world, with bidders as far afield as America, Singapore and Germany.

Live bidding was popular, allowing customers to bid from the comfort of their homes.

Our two top selling lots from the picture sale were both of Whitby. A George Weatherill  watercolour sold for £15,500 and a John Atkinson Grimshaw oil sold for £15,000.

On Saturday, an armchair inlaid with mother of pearl with a variegated marble seat sold for a  good price of £1,870, while a Beaverman Yorkshire oak table sold for £900.

Our best jewellery lot was a ruby and diamond cluster ring that made £1550.

The next sale will be in the new year on Saturday January 3. Viewing will be on Friday January 2 from 10am to 7pm.


Be individual this Christmas

Are you looking for an original and individual present for your loved ones this Christmas?
This weekend David Duggleby has two sales - providing the perfect place to buy a one-off and original gift.
More than a THOUSAND lots will go under the hammer in our two-sales this weekend.
Featuring vintage jewellery, furs, silver, ceramics, mirrors and rugs there really is something for everyone.
Have you ever fancied buying some crystal drinking glasses, a fancy dinner service for your Christmas dinner, a canteen of cutlery or even a baby grand piano to really set the scene for Christmas?
You'll be surprised at how affordable these 'luxury' items can be.
Starting things off on Saturday at 11am is our last antiques and interiors sale of 2014 with 745 lots to suit all budgets.
And our Christmas Picture Sale on Monday at 11am has a large variety of original paintings to choose from with lots from the Staithes Group of Artists.
Why not come and join us for a mince pie and a glass of wine during our viewing on Friday December 5th between 2pm and 7pm.

Increase in buyers

A record breaking amount of buyers registered to bid in our sale on Saturday making it one of our busiest sales of the year.

Highest selling lots included a personalised registration plate that sold for £4,700, a diamond and baguette diamond white gold ring hallmarked 18ct sold for £2,500 and a tanzanite and diamond ring (tested to platinum) that sold for £1,250.

And with only one Saturday sale left this year, we are expecting a bumper attendance on December 6 to end 2014!

The catalogue for the Winter Picture Sale is now online and live bidding isavailable via www.thesaleroom.com

Viewing for both sales is on Friday 5thDecember from 10am to 7pm. The Saturday sale is also on view on the morning of 6th December before the sale from 9am to 11am and the picture sale viewing continues until 3pm on that day and on the day of the sale, from 9am to11am.


Sale this Saturday

Furniture, antiques, jewllery, silver and collectables.


Viewing:

Friday 21st November

10am to 7pm

Saleday 9am to 11am


On Saturday:

11am Start. Lots 1-390

Smalls, ceramics, pictures, clocks, jewellery, silver and collectables

2.20pm approx

Lots 391 - End

Antique, contemporary and retro furniture, rugs, electrical






Forthcoming auctions:

Saturday December 6 - Antiques and Interiors

Monday 8th December - Gallery of Pictures

Saturday 3rd January 2015 - Antiques and Interiors


Bangles brooches and beads!

Out with the old in with the new in time for the Christmas festivites?
Bring us your bangles, brooches, beads and costume jewellery and let us sell them for you! But why sell at auction?
The chances are that jewellers will just pay out the value of the metal and not take into account its style and quality but selling at auction allows the true value of an item to be recognised, getting you the best price.
All lots are photographed and described and uploaded to our website with and our catalogue is emailed to ELEVEN THOUSAND people every fortnight!
We offer a free valuation service with no obligation to sell so please come in anytime Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm with your treasures!

NEWSFLASH....Our Christmas Gallery of Pictures Sale deadline has been extended until Monday November 18.


Buy antiques and shop green!

A vast selection of antiques and interiors will go under the hammer on Saturday in our Scarborough saleroom.
There's something to suit all pockets with items ranging from a forty-four stone diamond bracelet valued between £8000 and £10,000 to brass jam pans!
Whether you are furnishing your first home, setting up a new business or improving your current decor, auctions are an economical and green way to shop. So help the environment by shopping responsibly!
Eye catching lots this weekend include a stunning Victorian silver dressing table set at lot 232, a terracotta Pears advertising figure, a haberdashery unit and a George III inlaid mahogany Pembroke table.
Starting at 11am we have a good selection of  ceramics, silver, jewellery, pictures, collectables and clocks.
Modern, antique and retro furniture, rugs and electricals will be sold from about 2.20pm starting with lot 391.
Viewing is on Friday from 10am to 7pm and before the start of the sale from 9am to 11am.
We are now accepting entries for forthcoming Antiques and Interiors sales as well as our Christmas Gallery of Pictures Sale on Monday December 6.
Opening hours are 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Collection of fountain pens for sale

AN interesting private collection of rare vintage fountain pens will come under the hammer  in our antiques and interiors sale on Saturday.
Nearly 200 pens, all collected by the same owner will be offered in 26 lots with famous makers including Sheaffer, Parker, Waterman's and Platigum.
Among the 614 lots, there is a nice selection of Staffordshire pieces including a pair of flatback spill vases in the form of chestnut mares and foals.
An unusual item that has had some interest so far is Lot 2 - a 19th Century Scott of Southwick Sunderland lustre  bowl, printed panels 'Crimea', 'The Sailor's Farewell', 'The Flag That's Braved A Thousand Years' and other vignettes, impressed Scott.
In jewellery, top lots include a yellow sapphire and diamond cluster ring, a fine pink sapphire of approx 2.8 carat and diamond cluster ring and a Columbian emerald, all with estimates of £2000, to £3000 look set to steal the show.
A stunning Bechstein upright piano in an ebonised case and a quality Duresta England three seat sofa in beige and cream with matching armchair are the highlights in furniture.
We also have our usual selection of smalls, ceramics, pictures, clocks and silver will go under the hammer at 11am and from approx 2.30pm antique and modern furniture and electrics will be sold.
As well as accepting items for our Saturday sales, we are also taking in pictures for out Christmas Gallery of Picturs sale on Monday December 8.
We will look forward to welcoming you to our saleroom!

NOW is the time to SELL SELL SELL!!

Vintage costume jewellery is selling incredibly well at David Duggleby LTD so now is the time to have a root around at home, dig out pieces that you don't wear and let us sell them for you! - the time to sell has never been better.
So dig deep into your jewellery boxes, dust off those treasures and bring them into our Scarborough saleroom.
Our last Saturday sale saw some great prices achieved with highest selling lot being a platinum three stone diamond ring of approx 1.58 carat that sold for £3,100.
Other high selling jewellery lots included a pair of diamond stud ear-rings (£1,000), an Art Deco aquamarine ring (£480), a lot of early 20th Century costume jewellery (£310) and a Scottish and agate set jewellery (£290).
In other departments, high selling lots included a Smeg fridge freezer that made £540 and an Edwardian mahogany display cabinet that sold for £440.
Our next sale is on Saturday October 25. The catalogue will be available online on Friday October 17. We are taking in pictures for our Christmas Gallery of Pictures sale on December 8th.

Hive of activity at DD HQ

As ever, our Scarborough saleroom is a hive of actitvity this week - preparing for our next antiques and interiors sale which takes place on October 11.
Our team are busy unpacking, sorting and dusting down antique treasures from estates and sellers across Yorkshire.
We then sort them into appropriate lots and get them ready for what looks set to be a busy viewing day on Friday October 10.
The sale will include antique, contemporary and retro furniture, silver, jewellery and collectable books as well as garden furniture and stoneware.
Viewing for the sale starts at 10am on Friday until 7pm in the evening and again on Saturday from 9am until the sale starts at 11am.
Thinking of selling? We are open for valuations from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Thursday or for home visits throughout Yorkshire, please call our office team on 01723 507111.

We will look forward to seeing you!


Great selection of clocks

There's an interesting sale heading our way this Saturday with a good collection of clocks and jewellery on offer.
Starting off the sale at 11am with lot 1 we have a super French pink veined marble and gilt metal four pillar portico clock followed by lot 2, a French three piece alabaster and ormolu miniature clock garniture.
A stunning oval ruby approx 3.07 and baguette diamond ring hallmarked 18ct is the highlight of the jewellery section along with an unusual Altinbas oval ruby and diamond cluster ring.
In furniture we have a Victorian heavily carved oak two tier buffet fitted with three drawers and three cupboards and a Chinese heavily carved rosewood longcase clock on offer.
Perhaps our most unusual lot is number 227, a Victorian silver curling medal by Rait & Sons Glasgow 1878, this comes with a Knavesmire Ware Cup hallmarked silver golf spoon, and jockey cap stock pin.
Viewing for the sale is on Friday Sept 26th from 10am to 7pm and on the Saturday morning before the sale from 9am to 11am.
We will look forward to seeing you then.

WORLD RECORD HAMMER PRICE

Around 900 lots went under the hammer at the salerooms on Saturday and Monday contested by over 650 bidders.

On Saturday amongst the jewellery and silver a super 1920’s 9ct gold cigarette case lead the way at£920, a showy topaz 14K ring made £620 and solid silver cutlery a total of£1,865. The most unusual lot was an amazing rocking zebra at £620, a late 19th century Jerusalem olive wood correspondence box at £400 was under-bid by phone from Jerusalem. Highest achiever in the Marine section was a rare 18th century brass double sided hanging compass which allowed seamen to check their course from above and below deck which sold for £700. A colourful selection of Persian rugs were keenly contested with hammer prices from £280-£500.

Monday’s Picture sale brought a World Record Hammer Price for an Ernest Dade watercolour.  The work depicting a Scarborough Cobble at sea had illustrated the front cover of the catalogue and created a great deal of interest from the town with strong bids on the book up against those in the gallery. Not surprisingly it eventually sold to a local bidder in the room for the record £4,000.

There are a few lots still for sale for which we invite realistic offers.

All results can be found on this site just press the Auctions tab and select the date.

Household furnishings both antique and modern, silver and jewellery are now being accepted for the next sales.


Two sale weekend ahead

900 lots will go under the hammer in a bumper two-sale weekend.
Our fortnightly antiques and interiors sale will start things off on Saturday at 11am followed by our Autumn Picture Sale held in our purpose made gallery in Scarborough on Monday from 11am.
We have a good collection of Weatherills and Staithes Group pictures on offer including a fantastic Ernest Dade picture of a Scarborough fishing coble.
On Saturday, a variety of lots will be offered in all departments.
Highlights in furniture include a 19th Century French painted and upholstered settee and an old oak dresser fitted with drawers and a pot board base.
A large selection of good carpets will are available for sale including a number of fine Persians.
We have a range of Clarice Cliff ceramics with different patterns including a sugar shaker, cruet set and mustard pot.
There's also Moorcroft, Imari, Masons Ironstone, Royal Worcester and Coalport pieces on offer.
In silver we have a 9ct gold cigarette case, engine turned decoration by J W Benson and in jewellery a beautiful diamond ring with channel set diamond and a 1960's Gent's stainless steel Omega Genève chronostop driver wristwatch.
Other lots set to steal the show include a six bottle tantalus and an 18th century gimballed hanging brass marine compass.
Viewing for the Saturday sale is on Friday from 10am to 7pm and on Saturday from 9am to 11am. Picture sale viewing is also on Friday from 10am to 7pm, on Saturday from 9am to 3pm and on the Monday morning from 9am til the sale starts at 11am.

Good end of season results

We had a great end to the summer season with good prices reached on many lots in our Saturday Antiques and Interiors sale.
The highest selling lot was the gent's Rolex stainless steel Oyster bracelet watch that sold for £4,400.
A Bumantofts Faience bottle form vase with applied dragon sold for almost £2,000 and a lot 1, a Royal Worcester John Stinton covered vase featuring Highland cattle sold for £1750 and another high selling lot was a group of four WW1 service medals that made £1000.
We are now busy packing and sending lots out to our customers all over Europe and unpacking and lotting up for our next sale on Saturday September 13.
In this sale there will be a nautical and maritime section. If you have any items that you wish to include then please bring them in before Thursday of this week.
On the Monday following our next Saturday sale, we have a Gallery of Pictures sale including a fantastic collection of Weatherills, Staithes Group and 19th and 20th Century oils and watercolours to suit all tastes and pockets.
Viewing for both sales is on Friday September 12 from 10am to 7pm, on Saturday September 13 from 9am and on Monday 9am to 11am.



Royal Worcester on offer this week!

This Saturday's sale features a good collection of Royal Worcester including a John Stinton covered vase, a trinket dish and a pair of figures.

Established in 1751, Royal Worcester is believed to be the oldest or second oldest remaining porcelain brand still in existence today and buyers from across the country have been showing interest in the lots since our catalogue went live last week.

Other interesting lots include two piece of Gnomeman furniture from the much sought after maker Thomas Whittaker of Littlebeck - an adzed oak two drawer dresser with lead glassed display doors and an adzed oak four drawer dresser with two heights plate rack.

We also have a Lizardman adzed oak rectangular dining table with a stretcher base by Martin Dutton (ex Mouseman) of Huby.

In jewellery, a gent's stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date 'Red Writing' submariner bracelet watch would make a good investment piece and will give buyers the chance to own a luxury branded watch.

We also have our usual selection of as smalls, ceramics, pictures, clocks and silver from 11am and from approx 2.30pm antique and modern Furniture and electricals.

As well as accepting items for our Saturday sales, we are also taking in items for our maritime and scientific instruments section of our Saturday sale on September 13.

We are open for valuations from 8.30pm to 5pm from Monday to Thursday. Please do keep coming in with all your treasures!

Ryedale Show Quiz Winner announced!


We are happy to announce the winner of our fun quiz that customers took part in during the annual Ryedale Show in Kirkbymoorside last month.

Rodger and Patricia Matthews of Millington near Pocklington were the highest scorers getting nine out of a possible 12 answers correct. They have won £50 to spend at our auction.


For any wanna-be bargain hunters out there the answers to our quiz are here:

Longcase clock, oak and mahogany, 1800-1820 estimate £1500-£2000

Gun - Percussion, 8 bore, estimate £1000-£1500

Picture - Etching, David Hockney, estimate £700-£1000

Tin - English, fly box, estimate £40-£60

Marble bust - hammer price £1100


Tick Tock

CLOCKS sold well in Saturday's sale, with customers battling it out in the saleroom to secure their lots.
We had two Victorian heavily carved longcased clocks in the sale and each sold for more than £1000.
Other high selling lots include a Chinese black laquered cabinet with gilt decorated drawers sold for £1650 and a Laura Ashley tan leather sofa that made £360.
We are now busy cataloguing and preparing for our next sale on Saturday August 30 and for our Gallery of Pictures sale on Monday September 15.
Our saleroom is open Monday to Thursday for valuations between 8.30am and 5pm. Please do come along and bring any potentially saleable items for us to have a look at for you.
We are also currently taking in lots for our Maritime sale in September.

We look forward to seeing you! 


Library of cricket books

Our Saturday sale this week includes a Scarborough cricket lover's vast collection of books from his lifetime collection.
Retired Scarborough solicitor John Parkinson has decided to pass on about half of his collection after downsizing and moving away from the area to be nearer his daughter.
"As a lover of cricket and a lover of books it was natural for me to build up a collection of cricket books." He said  "I have retained almost as many as are being offered for sale, but have also disposed privately of about ninty Wilsdens."
The library of books section will be going under the hammer from around 12.30pm along with other cricketing memorabilia on August 16.
As well as Mr Parkinson's collection, other vendors have added to the sporting memorobilia which makes up approximatley 30 lots of the sale.
The sale will also include ceramics, pictures, clocks, jewellery and silver along with antique and modern furniture and electricals.
Top jewellery lots include a tanzanite and diamond bracelet and a pair of 18ct white gold diamond stud ear-rings.
In ceramics, a Chinese famille rose shallow dish character mark 17.5cm and a collection of Coalport plates look set to be good sellers.
Please join us for viewing between 10am and 7pm on Friday as well as before the sale between 9am and 11am.


A Successful Week

It's been a busy week at David Duggleby's Saleroom in Scarborough, with a 700-lot sale and a successful day at the annual Ryedale Show.
Lots of preparation went into making the stand look impressive and a fun quiz, sunshine and Pimms drew plenty of people to learn about our range of services.
Saturday's bumper sale provided some good results with two of the antique guns, a flintlock blunderbuss by Joyner of London and a single barrel percussion sporting gun, selling for more than £1000.
An Italian white marble bust of a lady sold for £1,100 and two Coalport dessert plates both sold for around £500.
Our team are now busy packing, sending and delivering items across the country and Europe and then we will begin cataloguing for our next sale.
The catalogue will be live this Friday night to give customers the chance to view online before the sale on Saturday August 16.
We are always happy to value your items for forthcoming sales so please visit us at our seaside saleroom on Vine Street, Scarborough, we are open 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
We will look forward to seeing you!

Antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria section

Our next auction takes place this Saturday - August 2 at 11am.


Catalogue now online and fully photographed.


Come and view on Friday August 1


from 10am to 7pm.


Nearly 700 lots to view with antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria section.


We have an impressive start to the sale with lot 1 featuring an Italian white marble bust of a lady, inscribed to the reverse Antonio Argenti, Milano, circa 1880, H67cm

Highlights in our antiques and interiors sale include an Edwardian inlaid rosewood envelope top card table at lot 443 and a Marvin 1960's wristwatch hallmarked 9ct approx 40gm gross.


Ryedale Show here we come!

RYEDALE SHOW


Tuesday 29th July


'Best small business

showstand 2013'


Come and join us for a drink and take part in our 'Antiques Quiz' for the chance to win £50 to spend at auction.


We are located at site C7 next to Cundalls. Showground postcode YO62 7HQ


Our next auction takes place this Saturday - August 2 at 11am.


Catalogue now online and fully photographed.

Come and view on Friday August 1

from 10am to 7pm.


Nearly 700 lots to view with antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria section.




Stoneware sale ROCKS

Good prices were achieved at Saturday's sale thanks to a busy saleroom with buyers keen to secure their lots.
Extra competition was generated from the 900 bids left via our website and on commission, giving busy buyers the chance to still get what they wanted without attending the sale.
High selling lots included a Victorian Coalbrookdale garden bench that sold for £1500 and a Yorkshire longcase clock for £820.
Jewellery sold well with a hallmarked 9ct gold chain link bracelet with charms selling for £640 and a tri-coloured gold four bar gate bracelet sold for £480.
The Shannon Ltd Globe Wernicke style five heights stacking library bookcase sold for £420 and the Persian Tabriz red ground rug made £420.
We are now busy packing and sending lots out to successful buyers and lotting up for our next sale on Saturday August 2.
We have some specialist sections coming up in our sales this summer with antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria on Aug 2 and a cricket and sporting book section on Aug 16.
Please feel free to pop into our seaside saleroom with your goods anytime between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Thursday.

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Summer Sale this Saturday

An impressive selection of garden stoneware and architectural items will go under the hammer on Saturday with something to suit all.
Lots include two Coalbrookdale garden seats, a Victorian Yorkshire Stone spire with copper eagle weather vane and a pair of cast iron stags.
Troughs, urns, driveway gates, sundials and stone figures will all be offered for sale on Saturday.
In furniture we have lots from well-known quality makers including Ercol, G-Plan, Old Charm, Parker Knoll, Dresser Nelson and Jaycee.
A good 19th Century mahogany dining table with two "D" ends, fold out legs and three leaves will be offered for sale along with a pair of Wade two seat sofas and matching footstools in charcole and gold.
In jewellery, a tanzanite and diamond baguette set platinum ring with diamond shoulders will appear at lot 182 as well as an impressive aquamarine and diamond ring.
We have a range of clocks on offer including a Napoleon III Empire ebonised Portico clock and a Yorkshire longcase clock with painted enamel sign signed Lister, Halifax.
Viewing for the sale starts at 10am on Friday until 7pm in the evening and again on Saturday from 9am until the sale starts at 11am.
Forthcoming Antiques and Interiors sales include Saturday 2nd August when there is an antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria section (entries close 24th July).
On Saturday August 16 we have a cricket memorabilia and sporting book section (entries close 7th August).

Yorkshire Reigns!

Bidders battled it out over the phone and in our busy saleroom on Saturday as  our collection of Yorkshire oak furniture went under the hammer.
We had a packed saleroom and all four phone lines booked with buyers wanting to buy a piece of craftsman made oak by makers from the Robert Thompson Mouseman School.
The Squirrelman oak sideboard sold for £1650, the table and six chairs for £1400 and the hanging corner cupboard and standard lamp each made £400.
Other high selling lots included a silver gilt and enamel vesta case which made £700 and a 19th Century Cantonese all-over carved tortoiseshell snuff box which sold for £600.

We are now busy getting ready for our next sale on Saturday July 19. This will include approx 100 lots garden stoneware and architectural items. Last few entries by Thursday this week please.
Other sale dates with specialist sections over the summer weeks include:
Sat Aug 2 -Antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria -
                closing date July 24
Sat Aug 16 - Cricket and Sporting book section -
                   closing date Aug 7
Sat Sept 13 - Nautical and maritime section -
                   closing date  Sept 4
Mon Sept 15 - Autumn Picture Sale - closing date Friday 15th August

Please do keep bringing your saleable items into the Vine Street Salerooms in Scarborough - we are always happy to value your treasures!

Yorkshire oak sale

We are busy preparing for specialist sections in our sales this summer:
Saturday 19th July - Garden stoneware and architectural section CLOSING DATE Thursday 10th July
Saturday 2nd August  - Antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria section CLOSING DATE 24th July
Saturday 16th August  - Coinciding with Scarborough Cricket Festival Cricket and sporting book section CLOSING DATE 7th August
Saturday 13th September  - Nautical and maritime section CLOSING DATE 4th September
Monday 15th September Special Autumn Picture Sale CLOSING DATE Friday 15th August
Please do keep bringing your saleable items into the Vine Street Salerooms, we are always happy to value your treasures!

OUR SALE THIS WEEKEND has a great selection of Yorkshire oak with Mouseman, Squirrelman and Unicornman pieces all going under the hammer.
Foxman, Hedgehogman and Beaverman items will also be included in the auction which has more than 20 items of stunning signature pieces from the Robert Thompson Mouseman school of craftsmanship.
The handmade pieces are set to draw collectors to our seaside saleroom on Saturday with bookcases, lamps, stools, chairs, light fittings and dining table among the items featuring.
Other highlights look set to include a stunning tanzanite and diamond bracelet and a pearl and a fine diamond pyram set ring.
In furniture, a Jaques Corniche 7" snooker table with cues, balls, scoreboard and cover will feature at lot 579 and a modern curved corner sofa with footstool in cream leather will be offered for sale
 Our usual large selection of items in our smalls section will be on offer with a large amount of Victorian and other household interiors.
Viewing is on Friday from 10am to 7pm and on Saturday before the sale at 9am on Saturday until the sale starts at 11am.


Rare rug sells sells for nearly £5000

A rare antique Caucasian rug sold for £4,700 in our saleroom on Saturday.
Buyers from Italy and London bid against each other on the phone trying to secure the rare handwoven carpet that had created quite a stir in the saleroom on the lead up to the sale.
Enquiries began to pour in as soon as our online catalogue was launched a week before the sale and both private buyers and dealers came to view the rare rug.
In keeping with traditional Caucasian rugs, lot 352 displayed bold geometric designs in primary colours and its condition was good for its age.
The rug is thought to date back to the 1880's and was probably made from materials individual to a tribal province and would have been produced by hand in a village rather than a city.
Other high selling lots included a Breitling Blackbird limited edition watch that sold for £1800 and a Cartier tank basculante wristwatch that sold for £860.
The fantastic collection of pristine Royal Worcester sold for more than £3000 in total with lots of interest from buyers far and wide.
We are currently taking in goods for a special sale of antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria which will take place on Saturday 2nd August
We are open for free of charge valuations from 8.30pm to 5pm from Monday to Thursday. Please do come and see us in our seaside saleroom.
Our next Saturday Antiques and Interiors sale will be held on July 5 at 11am.

Sale on this Saturday!

An interesting and mixed Antiques and Interiors Sale is coming up on Saturday, with viewing on Friday from 10am to 7pm.
Highlights look set to include a Guilloche enamel egg which has an estimate of £5000-£7000, a Cartier wristwatch and a Howarth oboe.
Buyer's interest this week has been focusing on our superb collection of Royal Worcester and on a Caucasian geometric pattern rug at lot 352.
We have a number of fishing rods in the sale from lot 308 to 314 and a good jewellery section with a Breitling Blackbird limited edition watch.
Our furniture section features quality furniture with some good antique pieces including an Edwardian inlaid mahogany sideboard.
Lawnmowers, garden furniture, white goods and many other unique household effects will go under the hammer on Saturday from 11am.
We are currently taking in goods for a special sale of antique weapons, sporting guns and militaria which will take place on Saturday 2nd August
We are open for valuations from 8.30pm to 5pm from Monday to Thursday. Please do keep coming in with all your treasures!

700 Registered Buyers this weekend!

BUYERS swarmed into the saleroom over our two sale-weekend resulting in good competition and prices all round.
Nearly 700 people registered to buy from David Duggleby's Scarborough saleroom over the course of the weekend, tempted by our two sales which offered almost 900 lots in total.
Now our team are busy arranging deliveries across the country and packing the sold lots to dispatch all over the world with buyers as far away as New Zealand and America.
Our fortnightly Saturday sale began well with lot 1, the Harry Davis Royal Worcester oval porcelain plaque selling for £1650.
Other Saturday highlights included the sale of an Offenbach grand piano for £1000 and an early 19th Century inlaid mahogany eight day longcase clock by Ingram which sold for £800.
And on Monday in our Gallery of Pictures sale, the highest selling lot was an oil painting by Mark Senior entitled 'The Harvest Field Above Runswick' which sold for £3,650.
Other highlights included an oil on canvas by Frank Moss Bennet which sold for £2,800 and a painting by James William Booth, also of a harvest field, which also sold for £2,800.
IF YOU MISSED THE SALE THERE ARE SOME PICTURES STILL OPEN TO OFFER - CLICK ON AUCTIONS RESULTS 09-06-2014 
We are also preparing for our next Saturday sale on 21st June so please do keep bringing your goods into our seaside saleroom and we will enter them for you.
We are open for valuations from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Thursday or for home visits, please call our office team on 01723 507111. We will look forward to seeing you!

TWO SALE WEEKEND

Nearly 900 lots will be going under the hammer this weekend with two sales here at our seaside saleroom.
As well as our fortnightly Saturday sale, our Summer Picture Sale will be held in our purpose built gallery here in Scarborough on Monday (June 9).
Antiques and interiors, feauring many garden stoneware and architectural items, will be sure to draw in savvy shoppers on Saturday.
And on Monday, our quarterly picture sale has something to suit every budget with pictures ranging from £50 to £10,000.
Top lots for Saturday include a Victorian heavy gilt brass bracket clock with enamel chaptering French movement striking on a single gong.
The sale starts off with a Harry Davis Royal Worcester oval porcelain plaque painted with a river scene after Corot.
In furniture, an Edwardian inlaid rosewood writing table with inset leather writing surface enclosed by hinged compartments looks set to impress.
As ever, we have an impressive collection of jewellery with an Omega ladies wristwatch stamped 750 on bracelet stamped 585 on offer.
A Citroen car with only 413 miles on the clock is in the sale at lot 130. Coming from a deceased estate, the car was bought from new and barely driven then stored away in a garage.
On Monday, a great selection of landscape and portrait pictures, old and new are on offer.
Both sales start at 11am, you can view online anytime or at our Vine Street saleroom from 10am to 7pm on Friday (June 6). Saturday sale viewing is also from 9am until the sale starts and you can also view the picture sale on Saturday from 9am to 3pm and again on Monday from 9am until the sale starts. 
We look forward to welcoming you to our saleroom and remember we are always taking in lots for forthcoming sales.
We are inviting ANTIQUE WEAPONS, SPORTING GUNS & MILITARIA for a special section on 2nd August.
Entries up to 21st July please.

Another great sale!

Modern and repro' furniture sold well in our last sale with good prices achieved across the board.
A Wade three seat sofa with matching two seater and armchair in blue and gold made £500, an Italian lounge suite in chocolate brown leather sold for £480 and a gold patterened suite made £400.
Other high selling lots included a Kenwood Major Titanium 1500W 6.7 litre mixer with attachments which sold for an impressive £400.
A Titsmarch & Goodwin medium oak dresser and rack made £340 and a 20th Century Chinoiserie gilded and lacquered Carlton House style desk with chair sold for £340.
We are now very busy cataloguing and preparing the saleroom for our next auction on June 7.
It will be a busy weekend starting with viewing on Friday June 6 from 10am to 7pm, the Saturday sale which will include antique furniture, garden stoneware and architectural items, and our picture sale on Monday June 9.
Please view online at www.davidduggleby.com and keep bringing us your hidden treasures!! We are achieving good prices and attracting hundreds of buyers every fortnight!


Heatwave!

With the recent spell of glorious sunshine and more time spent outdoors it's time to get your garden into ship shape for summer.
Our sale this Saturday looks set to draw in the crowds with good quality garden tables and chairs as well as urns and chimney pots to fill with bedding plants to add some colour to your garden. There's even a gas BBQ on offer.
We also have a vast range of dining, living and bedroom furnishings along with collectables, ceramics and jewellery from vendors throughout North Yorkshire.
Interesting lots include a large Chinese washed woollen pink and beige ground carpet and a recently serviced mid-19th Century portico clock with Japy Freres striking movement in an ebonised case with barley twist columns.
Also an autograph book containing over 100 signatures from the 1930's mainly actors, actresses and tennis players including Gracie Fields, Vivian Leigh, Bing Crosby and Fred Perry.
In jewellery, an impressive tanzanite and diamond bracelet stamped 750 (tanzanite approx 14.5 carat and diamonds approx 1.25 carat) will feature at lot 150 and at lot 180, a marine and diamond ring hallmarked 18ct (aquamarine approx 1.3 carat and diamond approx 1 carat) will be offered.
And in furniture a pair early 20th Century walnut ball and claw drawing room chairs upholstered in cream damask will go under the hammer.
Viewing is on Friday (May 23) between 10am and 7pm and on the morning of the sale (Saturday May 24) from 9am until the sale starts at 11am.
Valuers are available at our seaside saleroom Monday to Thursday 8.30am-5pm to look at any items you may wish to sell so please pop in for a free valuation.



Moving with the times

Another great Saturday sale at Scarborough's David Duggleby saleroom saw customers enjoying the benefits of our smart new office refurbishment, making the reception area more modern and open plan.
The office updates have come 15 years after David moved into the Vine Street saleroom and sees the business moving with the times, creating a better environment for staff and customers alike.
Highlights from our sale on Saturday included a pair of Swarovski binoculars that went under the hammer at £760 and a pair of George III inlaid mahogany knife boxes with shaped fronts and fully fitted interiors selling for £700.
In jewellery a gold bow brooch comprising sixty-eight diamonds plus a centre band of six baguette diamonds sold for £600.
An Ideal album of Victorian and later world stamps made an impressive £460 and the Royal Doulon figure 'Dulcinea' made £460 too.
We are now busy getting ready for our next Saturday sale on 24th May. You are welcome to bring in your saleable items to Vine Street in Scarborough from Monday to Thursday between 8.30am and 5pm. We will look forward to seeing you!
Entry deadline for the gallery of pictures sale is Friday May 16. The quarterly sale will take place on Monday June 9.

600 PLUS LOTS THIS SATURDAY!

Another bumper sale this Saturday with 600 plus lots including items from estates in Driffield and Whitby.
Lots creating a stir in the saleroom on the lead up to the sale include a pair of Swarovski binoculars and a Royal Doulton Figure `Dulcinea` designed by L Harradine HN1343. 
Other interesting lots include a Moorcroft vase entitled 'Quiet Waters' 2002 H37cm and of maritime interest, a bronze ship's bell, from the 'M.S. Hudson Deep'. 
A good selection of jewellery ranging from diamond rings to gold necklaces will be offered as well as smalls, ceramics, pictures, clocks and silver from 11am and from approx 2.30pm antique and modern Furniture and electricals.
Viewing is on Friday (May 9) from 10am to 7pm - we will look forward to seeing you then!
Remember we are currently accepting entries for our Gallery of Pictures sale which is on Monday June 9th at our Vine Street Saleroom!


Bumper sale with bumper results!

Our bumper Saturday sale, featuring a large single owner collection of jewellery proved successful in every way.
A busy saleroom, bidders fighting it out on the phone and hundreds of commission bids left on the book, culminated in record results.
Even the few unsold lots were being snapped up as soon as we opened on Monday morning.
Our high selling lots included a pair of tear-drop diamond cluster ear rings, each comprising twenty diamonds that sold for £2,400.
The large amount of stoneware and gardenware sold really well too with a life size puma in polished black granite selling for £720 and a cast iron stag on plinth selling for £520.
The complete kitchen at lot 571 had a lot of interested buyers, eventually selling for £1,400.
A Viners 'Dubarry' silver canteen of cutlery sold for £850 and a Rolleiflex 2.8F camera in brown leather case sold for £440.
A lot including vintage dolls made a staggering £440 and two haerdashery shop display cabinets made £420 each.
We are now busy cataloguing for our next sale on May 10th and taking pictures in for our Gallery of Pictures sale on Monday June 9. Our Vine Street saleroom is open from 8.30am - 5pm for free valuations. We hope to see you soon!

Bumper sale with over 670 lots

An impressive single owner collection of gold and diamond jewellery will come under the hammer on Saturday.

With 60 lots all coming from one South Yorkshire estate and the jewellery and gold section totalling 160 lots, there is something affordable for everyone.

Lots range from a gold charm bracelet hallmarked 9ct with charms, which is expected to sell for between £1400-£1600 toa gold daffodil brooch hallmarked 9ct with an estimate of £40-£60.

We have a large amount of garden architectural items on offer with a life-size Puma sculpture in Shanxi polished black granite making quite a conversation starter!

A large selection of garden benches, gargoyles, urns, troughs and birdbaths make up the garden section as well as gardening equipment with a strimmer and lawnmower on offer.

 In furniture, a complete kitchen from an ex-show home will be going under the hammer. It has been previously fitted but not used. It is in Elise gloss ivory and natural oak with slate effect worktop - as per pictures, with Hotpoint integrated fridge freezer, Hotpoint CRM 641 DX electric hob, Hotpoint integrated microwave, Hotpoint oven andstainless extractor.

Viewing for Saturday’s sale is on Friday April 25 from 10am to 7pm. We will look forward to seeing you in the saleroom! The auction starts at 11am on Saturday but you can view from 9am.

Entries are now being accepted until Friday 9thMay for the next picture sale which is on Monday June 9.


HAPPY EASTER from us all

Gnomeman furniture sold well last weekend with a side cabinet with four panelled doors reaching £1,000 and a refectory table and chairs going under the hammer at £940.

The adzed oak furniture was made by local craftsman Tom Whittaker who lived and worked in Littlebeck, near Sleights.

Other highlights included a Moorcroft vase 'The Caravan' which was a limited edition by Rachel Bishop 30/100 - selling for £940.

A good Early 20th Century mahogany framed cane bergere suite sold for £740 and another good price was reached for an eight day oak and mahogany banded longcase clock with painted enamel dial. It sold for £740.

We are now busy cataloguing for our next sale. Please bring items in our sale room on Vine Street Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm.

Our office will close for Easter bank holiday weekend on Thursday April 17 at 5pm and re-open on Tuesday April 22 at 8.30am. Our next sale is on Saturday April 26 at 11am. Please come and view in person on Friday April 25 from 10am to 7pm or online from Good Friday onwards.
               
             Happy Easter



SALE TIME AGAIN - 600 PLUS LOTS!

Another Saturday and another sale here at DD HQ in Scarborough.
And with more than 600 lots to choose from there certainly is something for everyone.
Lots include gold, diamond and vintage jewellery, ceramics, collectables, books, clocks and dining, living and bedroom furniture.
Furniture highlights include a selection of Gnomeman furniture with an adzed oak cabinet, three tables and benches, featuring in the sale.
An Early 20th Century mahogany framed double cane bergere suite comprising a two seat settee and armchair, with feather cushions, also stands out as a quality but affordable lot.
In jewellery, an Aquamarine (approx 1.6 carat) and diamond ring hallmarked 18ct, size O, might steal the show along with an equally stunning Tanzanite and diamond wavy bracelet stamped 14k.
Elsewhere in the sale a pair of oak framed repousse plaques, after Sir T Lawrence and Joshua Reyholds by E W Wyon 1848, makes an interesting lot.
Ceramics highlights include a limited edition Moorcroft vase 'The Caravan' by Rachel Bishop which, at lot 18, is one of the starting lots in Saturday's sale.
The auction starts at 11am on Saturday April 12. Viewing is on Friday April 11 from 10am to 7pm.
We are always taking in lots for our sales so please bring your treasures into our saleroom from Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm.
We are also taking in pictures for our Gallery of Pictures sale which is on Monday June 9.
Forthcoming antiques and interiors sales include April 26, May 10 and 24

DIAMONDS ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND

Jewellery was the best seller in Saturday's sale with a graduating five stone diamond ring totalling approx 1.6 carats going under the hammer at £2,000.
An emerald (24 stones) and diamond bracelet stamped 18K sold for £760 and an 18ct white gold diamond solitaire ring 0.75 carat made £560.
And the two modern corner settees that we had on offer sold for almost £400 each.
Other high selling lots included a rare Royal Doulton "Puff and Powder" figure that sold for £460 and an early 19th Century mahogany stick barometer with silvered dial that made £300.
We are always happy to accept items for forthcoming sales, future dates include Saturday April 12 and 26.
Please bring your saleable items into our offices between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Thursday for valuation and inclusion in our forthcoming sales.
Our next catalogue will be online on Friday night (April 5).

Ceramics, collectables, clocks, silver, dining, living and bedroom furnishings coming up on Saturday!

A collection of Moorcroft features in our sale this Saturday with a William Moorcroft Flambé Orchid bowl
with pedestal foot starting off the sale.
Other pieces include a Moorcroft lamp and two bowls featuring the distinctive anemone pattern.
Highlights in the sale include a bronze of a young girl with a duck after D'Apren Moreaux Fondeut Hardy 1906 on marble socle and a large selection of silverware will come under the hammer.
In jewellery, a stunning graduating five stone diamond ring totalling approx 1.6 carats will be offered along with many other items of fine jewellery and vintage costume jewellery.
Furniture items include a corner group in slate jumbo cord and a polished pine potboard dresser and rack fitted with cupboards and spice drawers.
Other ceramics, collectables, clocks, silver, dining, living and bedroom furnishings, as well as a special section of garden architectural items will be available.
Please browse our online catalogue for inspiration and join us for viewing on Friday March 28 from 10am to 7pm.
The sale will start on Saturday March 29 at 11am.

A Busy Week at DD HQ

Local hoteliers and caterers descended into our Vine Street Saleroom this week to snap up the contents of the Brooklands Hotel.

The entire contents of the hotel, from packs of gravy granules to the hotel’s carpets and light fittings were up for grabs in a sale that included lots from all of the bedrooms, kitchen, bars and public areas.

And in our Saturday sale on March 15, jewellery stole the show with our highest selling lots being a white gold diamond bracelet selling for £1700 and a pair of sapphire and diamond cluster white gold earrings making for £1,150.  

A Tiffany & Co bangle with interlocking circles sold for £900 and a gold Victoriansingle handcuff in its original case made £1,100.

We are now busy cataloguing for our next sale on Saturday March 29. The online catalogue will be available on the evening of Friday March 21.

Remember you can bring your items into our saleroom from Monday to Thursday from 8.30am to 5pm. We will look forward to seeing you!


Hotel contents sale Tuesday 18th March at the Vine Street Salerooms.

The furnishings and fittings of the Brooklands Hotel will come under the hammer today.
The hotel in Esplanade Gardens has 60 bedrooms and the sale will feature contents of the bedrooms, kitchens, bars and the public areas.
There is still time to view on Tuesday morning from 9am-11am after which the sale will be conducted at Vine Street starting at 11.30am.
All of the hotel's contents will stay in situ but must be collected by 5pm Wednesday 19th March.
Photographs of all of the lots are available online. Go to our 'upcoming auctions' area to view the online catalogue.

Very varied auction this Saturday

A varied sale with interesting household collectables in all departments awaits buyers this Saturday with an antique rosewood work/sewing table by a Royal furniture maker set to take centre stage.
The Regency table is by Royal furniture manufacturer T & G Seddon, who, along with Nicholas Morel, handled a four-year commission to refurnish Windsor Castle in 1827.
This table bears a label by the makers from their Grays Inn, London, address and features in our sale at lot 408.
A good pair of Corinthian column silver candlesticks by Garrad & Co Ltd feature in our silver section.
Other silver items include a pair of scallop shaped dishes, a propelling pencil, bon-bon dishes and A hallmarked silver collared ebony walking stick with horn handle, together with carved ebony walking stick with dog handle.
An interesting 19th century coquilla nut acorn nutmeg grater with a tin grater in bone surround is also on offer.
And a selection of gardening equipment will also be coming under the hammer including mowers, cultivators and hedge trimmers, in time to get the garden smartened up for Spring.
We are always happy to accept items for forthcoming sales, future dates include Saturday March 29, April 12 and 26.
Please bring your saleable items into our offices between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Thursday.

Stepping into Spring

Hundreds of buyers poured into our saleroom along with the sunshine for our two-sale weekend, putting a spring in all of our steps!
In Saturday's sale, highlights included a pair of lifesize hunting dogs on plinths which sold for £780 and a fantastic Tudor Dolls house, each room including a full range of realistic figures and lifesize furnishings along with lighting, selling for £600.
Our Spring picture sale drew in more people than ever with some fantastic prices reached on many of the lots.
An impressive £4,100 was reached for Henry Redmore's 'Fishing Fleet returning to Hessle' and a Staithes Group oil painting, 'Waiting for the ferry at Montreuil' by William Frederick Mayor sold for £2,600.
If there are any unsold lots that you are interested in from either of our recent sales please contact the office and make an offer. They are now available to buy.
Remember we are always taking in auction items for forthcoming sales. Please bring them into our office in Vine Street, Scarborough, between 8.30pm and 5pm Monday to Thursday.
Our next sales are on Saturday March 15 and 29.

TWO SPRING SALES COMING UP!

There's a busy weekend ahead for all at Duggleby's with two sales and almost 900 lots coming under the hammer.

The Spring picture sale features a superb panoramic view of Scarborough by local artist Richard Blades along with various other pictures from the Staithes Group and Yorkshire and marine scenes.

Our Saturday sale has a fantastic range of household furnishings and with Spring in the air our large selection of garden stoneware will help to spruce up the garden.

In jewellery there's a wide choice for the ladies with a good Rolex watch and a diamond flower white gold bracelet. A mink coat with scalloped bottom and crystal buttons is also quite the headturner.


We are taking in items for our next sale on March 15, deadline is Thursday March 6th.

Antiques & Interior Saturday 15th February Results

A PAIR of bookends, which featured Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson's famous mouse trademark, were one of the highlights of our Saturday sale in Scarborough this weekend.
Selling for £1,700, the rare to the market bookends, were carved as squirrels eating nuts and each had the ‘mouse’ signature.
Buyers were in fierce competition for the lot, which was eventually won by a bidder in the room who fought off competition from numerous buyers on the phone. 
A ‘blonde’ loggerhead turtle, caught by the vendor’s grandfather in the early 1900’s, sold for £1,400. The vendor was delighted with the result and said she would be splitting the proceeds between her grandchildren.
In furniture, buyers were left stunned by the outcome of a large Edwardian oak cupboard which fetched a breathtaking £1,900.  
A beautiful diamond solitaire ring was the highlight of the jewellery section reaching a hammer price of £760.

We are taking in items for our next sale on March 1, deadline is Thursday February 20th.
The catalogue for our Spring Picture Sale on March 3 is now online.


COMING UP THIS SATURDAY

The bidding starts with a collection of Royal Crown Derby large paperweights, Mouseman squirrel bookends, a section of Taxidermy, watchmakers' tools and accessories, quality German UTS GMT 3000 professional diver's watch, highlights in the jewellery are sapphire and diamond cluster ear-rings, platinum five stone diamond ring and the afternoon lots include Regency inlaid mahogany framed sofa, Steinway and Offenbach pianos, Tetrad sofa, Barker and Stonehouse sleigh bed, Laura Ashley ivory painted bedroom furniture.

Next Sales
Saturday 1st March Antiques and Interiors entries by Thursday 20th February please.
Monday 3rd March in the gallery saleroom The Spring Picture Sale.

HI HO SILVER!

Hi Ho Silver sells for £5,800

The 1960’s Scandinavian design canteen of silver cutlery by Robert Welch for Heal’s, was eventually acquired by a determined private buyer standing in the centre against bidders on three phone lines bringing spontaneous applause from the packed room.

This was the highlight of a successful Saturday sale which saw 90% of the lots sold.

The 2007 Volvo C30 whose owner had emigrated made £4,500.

A modern collection of Moorcroft pottery sold well realising £2,920.

There was plenty of competition for all the silver and jewellery lots.

Forthcoming Auctions
Antiques and Interiors Saturday 15th February entries now closed
Antiques and Interiors Saturday 1st March entries now and until Thursday 20th February
Spring Picture Sale Monday 3rd March





Violins music to the auctioneer's ears

Another great January Sale! Two violins by German makers Matthias and Joseph Klos top the sale at £950 and £500. Then to the Ottoman Empire with two medals awarded to the English director of agriculture making £650. A bronze Hull ship's bell made £400 and an Ercol day bed made £520 both of these from the 1950s.

Entries for the next sale 1st February need to be with us by Thursday 23rd January.
This sale already includes Mouseman table, chairs and dresser, Volvo c30 low mileage car, Georgian country oak dresser, modern Offenbach lacquered mahogany baby grand piano, excellent collection Moorcroft, Royal Copenhagen, gold jewellery and silver

BUSIEST EVER START TO THE YEAR

The new year brought over 470 buyers to the sale bidding for the many styles of furnishings, jewellery and collectables. 

If you were outbid this time come along to the next auction on Saturday 18th January when we will have 600 fresh lots on offer.

These will include quality bistro/tea rooms furnishings and equipment.


NEW YEAR SALE


Don't forget your bids! 

ANTIQUES & INTERIORS

SATURDAY 4 JANUARY 11AM

Ceramics, Pictures,Jewellery & Silver, Collectables,
Antique Furniture, Longcase Clocks, Modern Furnishings

view: Friday 3rd January 10am-7pm
& Saleday from 9am

VIEW BID BUY ONLINE NOW

LAST CHANCE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS

Two very exciting sales were held over the weekend and with 800+ buyers in attendance there were some great hammer prices.

If however you weren't there and feel you missed out there are a few lots still for sale. Just click the sale dates under auctions and have a browse.

In the meantime our next sale is in the new year Saturday 4th January and entries are being accepted up until Thursday this week.

David, Jane, William and all the staff wish you A Merry Christmas and Properous New Year.


Two Christmas Sales coming up!

Saturday 7th December Sale is the opportunity to buy your original, not on the high street, jewellery and silver gifts this Christmas.
At home for Christmas, visitors arriving? Fancy a fresh look for the dining room? Try a bid for the smart Barker and Stonehouse table and chairs - the antique look but in nearly new condition. Around 700 lots to view.
Moving on to Monday 9th December and the pictures. This 230 lot sale includes some of the finest works by Staithes Group and Yorkshire artists seen in the area for a long time.
You can view both sales on Friday and Saturday and the pictures again on Monday morning before the sale starts at 11am

Jewellery, silver and watches in time for Christmas

Ladies this is always a good time of year to be sorting out your jewellery!
Part with some you haven't worn for ages and then start a new collection.

The salerooms are open for valuations with a view to sale Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 5pm.

Next sale Saturday 23 November
Antiques, Jewellery, Silver, Ceramics, Collectables and Home Furnishings
Entries closed

Saturday 7th December
Antiques, Jewellery, Silver, Ceramics, Collectables and Home Furnishings
includes second part of special jewellery, watches and silver section
closing date Thursday 28th November

Monday 9th December
Christmas Picture Sale
This includes Yorkshire, Staithes Group, maritime and contemporary artists
entries now closed

Sparkling jewellery and silver bids!

The auction rooms were the place to be on a wet Scarborough Saturday with over 500 buyers packed in and bidding competitively for the 780 lots on offer.
Jewellery and silver pieces were keenly contested with very few items remaining for sale.
Earlier in the day two delftware chargers with damages surprised a few by making £2,500.
The Bramcote furnishings were very well viewed at the school and with many bids left on the book and buyers in the room William had no problem getting brown furniture away - and proving it to be back in favour!

Off-site sales of all types can be organised and arranged. Please contact William Duggleby on 07966302325

Please get your lots in for the following sales as soon as possible:
Saturday 26th October - Antiques, Jewellery, Silver, Home Furnishings with Catering items, by Thursday 17th October

Saturday 9th November - Antiques, Jewellery, Silver and Home Furnishings
Closing date Thursday 28th October

Monday 9th December - The Picture Sale
Entries for colour catalogue by Friday 8th November

The saleooms are open for receiving items for sale Monday to Thursday 8.30am-5pm

BRAMCOTE SCHOOL CONTENTS

Up for auction this Saturday are the residual contents of Bramcote School Scarborough following its amalgamation with Scarborough College. Lots include the magnificent 7'6" Yamaha conservatory grand piano, huge oak refectory tables and salon pieces suitable for re-upholstery.
This 780 lot sale also includes a special quality silver and jewellery section.

Now is the time to start getting your lots ready for the following sales:
26th October Antiques, silver, jewellery and home furnishings
by Thursday 17th October
9th December The Picture Sale
by Friday 8th November
The salerooms are open for receiving items for valuations and auction
Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 5pm or for large items please phone for a home visit

600 buyers attend sale

Last Saturday's 780 lot sale included two excellent sections of Leica cameras and tools and proved to be the best of the year so far.
The bidding was very brisk with buyers in the room battling it out with others  from abroad on the phone lines and the internet bids on the book.

The Autumn sales programme continues on
Saturday 12 October Antiques and Home Furnishings quality silver section
and also includes the residual contents of Bramcote School.
further entries by Thursday 3 October
Saturday 26 October Antiques and Home Furnishings with catering equipment
further entries by Thursday 17 October

The saleroom is open for valuations and lot entries Monday to Thursday from 8.30am - 5pm

Double sale weekend totals £120,000

The two sales over the weekend went exceptionally well totalling £120,000 helped by the Henry Redmore oil painting at £11,000.

 

Next up is the auction on Saturday 28th September Antiques, collectables, jewellery and home furnishings

plus from a local deceased estate two special sections:

Excellent, comprehensive workshop of Metal, Wood, Watch and Model Maker's lathes and hand tools.

Collecton of Vintage cameras and accessories


Items are now being accepted for valuation for future auctions Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 5pm at the saleroom or by appointment in your home

Saturday 12th October - Antique and Home Furnishings with quality silver


Saturday 26th October -Antique and Home Furnishings with catering equipment section


Double sale viewing coming up


Saturday 14th September - Antique and Home Furnishings with garden archictectural items - 700 lots

Monday 16th September - The Picture Sale
Fantastic selection of artwork for all tastes and all budgets
Subjects include farmlife, fisherfolk, coasts, yachts, ships, storms,  Russia, South Africa, York, Whitby, Scarborough, markets, towns, rivers, children, horses, portraits, still-life

Artists include Robert H Lee, A G Stevens, Naviasky, Steven Dews, H B Carter, George Fall, W J Boddy, Gilbert Foster, Fred Mayor, Fred Lawson, George, Richard and Sarah Weatherill, Henry Redmore, George Chambers, Wilfred Jenkins, Percy Morton Teasdale

Items are now being accepted for valuation for future auctions Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 5pm at the saleroom or by appointment in your home

Saturday 28th September - Antique and Home Furnishings with vintage cameras and accessories, metal, watch and model maker's lathes, hand tools
Saturday 12th October - Antique and Home Furnishings with quality siver
Saturday 26th October - Antique and Home Furnishings with catering equipment section

LATEST NEWS

Bidders were looking to the stars for guidance on Saturday when lot 305 the late 18th century orrery came under the hammer. Five phone bidders competed for this very rare item which eventually sold for £4,100. 

The winner of the Antiques Quiz held at Ryedale Show also happened to be nearest guessing the value of the orrery. He is David Sever-Topping who receives £50 to spend at one of David Duggleby's auctions.

Please note that our next auction is in three weeks time on Saturday 14th September.
This is closely followed by the Picture Sale on Monday 16th for which entries are now closed.

Items are now being accepted for valuation for future auctions Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 5pm at the saleroom or by appointment in your home.

JOB OPPORTUNITY - Removals HGV Driver

Position Description:

The Removals Driver is responsible for driving company vehicles as well as packing, moving and safely transporting household goods, office furniture and other heavy items while providing outstanding customer service to all our customers. We are looking for someone that will take a proactive approach and assist in growing our business further.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
·    Acts as the physical point of contact for customers and establishes a rapport and builds confidence in our company and services.
·    Safely move/pack/unpack customer’s belongings by utilizing all of the proper moving equipment and techniques and following the necessary prescribed policies
·    Calmly and professionally handles customer concerns and provides timely feedback to management
·    Keeps the customer and management informed of eta
·    Gives any additional information needed to increase customer satisfaction and improve profitability
·    Safely, responsibly, and professionally operates the company vehicles
·    Responsible for the cleanliness and general upkeep of the assigned vehicle
·    Monitors vehicle functionality and reports the need for repairs
·    Responsible for the collection and correct labelling of all items for auction
·    Other duties as assigned by management
·    Handling Fine Art and Antiques using the correct techniques providing the necessary care
·    Represent the company throughout the UK and Europe

Critical Competencies:
·    Current Full Driving Licence Category C
·    Digital Tachograph Card
·    Experience working in household removals
·    Educated to minimum GCSE level English and Maths
·    Physically fit and healthy
·    Willing to learn new skills and lead teams on the ground
·    Good Communication skills
·    Able to adapt to fluctuating hours

Desired Competencies:
·    Driver CPC
·    Experience handling Fine Art and Antiques
·    Strong organisational skills

Additional:
·    Salary will be set according to individual experience and qualifications
·    Location primarily Scarborough with occasional overnights around UK and Europe

Contact: William Duggleby
william@davidduggleby.com
01723 507111


SPORTING GUNS AND WEAPONS

Saturday saw the dispersal of one of the most impressive collections of antique firearms seen in the North of England for some years.
Based on a local, single owner collection which had never been on the market before, this fresh appeal attracted buyers from all over Britain.
The highest price was £3,900 for a double barrel flintlock sporting gun by John Manton.
14 antique guns totalled £25,630

RYEDALE SHOW TUESDAY 30 JULY

It was great to see so many of you at Ryedale Show and most unusually probably because it was such a lovely warm day we ran out of soft drinks rather than alcohol!
We have sorted through the huge number of antiques quizes completed on the stand and will have to await the sale of the orrery on Saturday 24 August before we can announce the winner.
We are proud and surprised to say we won the trophy for the best small trade stand and were presented with a trophy by the judges, Ryedale District Council.


Following a very successful sale on Saturday
with a total of over £50,000
we are looking forward to the following sales


Saturday 10 August
Antiques, Home Furnishings, jewellery
with Sporting guns, arms and weapons


Saturday 24 August
Antiques, Home Furnishings, Jewellery
with Scientific instruments including the George III orrery
entries close Thursday 15 August

Monday 16 September
THE PICTURE SALE
Traditional and modern oils and watercolours

entries close Friday 16 August

Saturday 27th July

DON'T FORGET YOUR GARDEN NEEDS ANTIQUES TOO!
great choice of Yorkshire stone, seats, statuary, urns, chimney pots this Saturday. View today Friday till 7pm and tomorrow saleday from 9am.

We are now accepting entries for the following sales

Saturday 10 August
Antiques, Home Furnishings, jewellery
with Sporting guns, arms and weapons
closes Thursday 1 August

Saturday 24 August
Antiques, Home Furnishings, Jewellery
closes Thursday 15 August

Monday 16 September
THE PICTURE SALE
Traditional and modern oils and watercolours

closes Friday 16 August



ANOTHER 650 LOT SALE Sat. 29 June

A diverse range of items were keenly sought after by over 400 buyers in the jewellery, silver and collectable section where a gold sovereign bracelet made £1,400, an Exeter 1878 silver tea set £900, a 19th Century Danish cutlass £740, a pair 19th Century Cantonese oil lamps £520 and a similar period ginger jar £380. An unusal pair of vintage 'Danish Bacon' pottery money box pigs brought home the bacon at £140.

Two excellent Victorian brass and iron bed examples went for £520 and £460 and a  quality vintage burr walnut bedroom suite sold for £520.

Modern furnishings remain buoyant with a La-z-boy reclining suite raising £600.

We are now accepting entries for our forthcoming auctions:

Saturday 13th and Saturday 27th July.

Plenty of bids for furniture this week

Furniture lead the way at this Saturday's sale with many buyers in the auction room, on the phone and leaving bids online on our website.
An Irish Regency mahogany bookcase (central section only) made £1,750, a Georgian Yorkshire oak dresser £1,250, the Duresta lounge suite £1,100, a John Broadwood lacquered walnut upright piano £660 and a Barker & Stonehouse "Flagstone' 5' bed £610.
Other lots of particular note were a Hamilton & Inches silver tea set £840, a German hunting dagger £480 and a pair of embroidered silk lined curtains £400.

PLEASE NOTE - NEXT AUCTION SATURDAY 29TH JUNE (AMENDMENT TO CALENDAR)

Accepting items now for Saturday 13th July Antique & Home furnishings

SATURDAY 11 MAY HIGHLIGHTS

HEAVYWEIGHT PAPERWEIGHTS
A pair of Baccarat mushroom paperweights with spiral bands in red and blue pulled in a string of commission bids and three phone lines, selling eventually to a buyer from Somerset against two buyers from Germany, one in the room and another on the phone for £3,300.
A collection of Royal Crown Derby from Leeds also pulled in the bids headed by a pair of candlesticks at £500. Other keen ceramics prices included a Royal Worcester James Stinton bowl at £560 and Moorcroft Orchid vase £280.
Wherever Robert Thompson's mouse sneaks his nose into a saleroom there are always buyers chasing his tail - two book troughs fetched £170 & £160, pair of bookends £190 and a pair of tablelamps £370.

Any similar entries for the next sale should be with us by Thursday 16 May please. Also final entries for The Next Picture Sale should be with us by Wednesday 15 May.

RESULTS 27TH APRIL 2013

As ever quality was still the determining factor in catching the bidders' eye, whether old or new! A pair Regency bronze and gilded candlesticks £800, or a collection of Moorcroft miniature enamels £770, from the same factory three graduating pottery vases sold for £420.

The interest in the silver and gold market remained resolute with private collectors taking all of the principal silver lots against strong competition from the trade. Highlights being a matched eight place setting canteen selling for a total of £1,420, Victorian goblet £350, and a dressing table tray £300.

Like the silver market bidding was brisk for a collection of world stamps which sold in 15 lots for a total of £1,540.

The Modern sale items achieved some strong results too with a Bose Acoustic Wave Music System making a loud £360 and a La-z-boy electric recliner rising to £400.

Entries for the next auction 11/05/13 are rapidly increasing with the sale nearly reaching full capacity - final entries by Wednesday 29th please.




Saturday 27th April 11am

All lots are now catalogued and ready to view online and in person on Friday 10am-7pm and saleday from 9am.

This week the sale features collections of Moorcroft, Doulton, stamps and a library of Folio Society books. Quality silver pieces include a canteen of fiddle pattern cutlery. The Jewellery caters for all tastes and budgets.

In the afternoon lots include period oak, Victorian and Edwardian furnishings, traditional pine and a good choice of Persian Rugs in various colours and sizes.

900+ LOTS OVER TWO SALES


SATURDAY 8TH & MONDAY 10TH JUNE


VIEW BOTH SALES & BID ONLINE NOW


ANTIQUES SATURDAY 8TH JUNE 11AM - Country house contents including Irish Regency library bookcase, George III Yorkshire dresser,18th/19th & 20th Century furniture and occasional pieces.

Persian rugs & carpets.

Large collection Doulton, Spode, Royal Crown Derby, Maling, Royal Albert and Worcester ceramics.

Antique, vintage and modern jewellery, Rolex watch, silver.

Garden stone and architectural items.


HOME FURNISHINGS – Duresta lounge suite, Barker & Stonehouse flagstone bed, John Broadwood Harrods upright piano, large selection modern, traditional & painted pine dining, bedroom and occasional furniture.

Viewing: Friday 7th 10am-7pm, Saleday 9-11am

 

CONTEMPORARY AND TRADITIONAL PICTURES 10TH JUNE 11AM - Including a further consignment of Robert H Lee’s 1960’s works from the artist’s studio, Staithes Group, a collection A G Stevens watercolours inherited from the artist, private collection of contemporary works including Peter Hicks, David Baumforth etc.

Viewing: Friday 7th 10am-7pm, Saturday 8th 9am-3pm, Saleday 9-11am


Saturday 13th April

Antique furniture makes a return to form headed up by a George III oak dresser and rack at £1,000, followed by a quality set of eight 19th Century mahogany Chippendale style chairs at £800. A well figured Victorian mahogany piano top davenport sold to the West Riding for £740. The magnificent four poster bed went to a local village Manor house for £580.

A more unexpected result was the £1,100 paid for the RGD radiogram with Garrard 210 turntable apparently just acquired for the amplifier.

A Japanese WWII Samurai sword went to down south to Hampshire for £700.
Best lot in a busy jewellery section was a three stone diamond and emerald ring at £1,300.

Please enter any lots for the next sale 27th April by Thursday 18th.


SPRING CLEANING!

Saturday 13th April
The bright sunshine has been very welcome but it does show up the cobwebs on the possessions and furnishings which haven't been used lately.
So everyone is Spring Cleaning, clearing out and changing rooms.
In addition we have the valued instructions from the exors of Neville R Gray dec'd to sell the antiques and paintings from his home in Scarborough and other deceased estates.
As a result there are a record number of lots in the auction this Saturday.
These include Georgian, Victorian & Edwardian furniture,
part 2 of a Royal Crown Derby paperweights collection,
Weapons and Toy sections, Rupert Annuals.
collection Edward H Simpson watercolours,
gold, vintage and dress Jewellery

Easter Sale results 30/03/13

Top price of the day was the impressive Edwardian satinwood bedroom suite at £1,250 closely followed by the most unusual lot a larger than life size automatom monk from the Victorian era which made £1,150. It's eerie presence during the week had made locking up the saleroom rather disconcerting.
Still in the antique section an item rarely seen on the market these days was a George III mahogany urn or kettle stand which made a very pleasing £600.
A smart solid rectangular dining table and eight chairs was destined for the board room at £640 but the purchaser's wife had other ideas and it will probably end up in the kitchen.
The first part of a well looked after collection of Royal Crown Derby paperweights still with their boxes made a total of £2,500.
The silver section was topped by a George IV teapot at £360 and the gold by a vintage 9ct gold necklace which made £260.
The saleroom is closed Easter Monday.
Items are now being catalogued for the 13 April sale. Just pop-in with any items weekdays between 8.30am and 5pm or please phone for a home appointment.

Antiques & Home Furnishings 30th March 2013

The Easter Saturday sale looks set to attract the crowds with a single vendor collection of Royal Crown Derby paperweights.

Amongst the pictures is a well presented selection of etchings and engravings from local artists Michael Atkin and Alison Sharpe.

Jewellery lots include a valuable Burmese ruby and diamond ring and a pear shaped sapphire and diamond pendant.

One of the most unusual lots is the 19th/Early 20th Century walnut fully fitted dentist's cabinet with various tools.

Viewing is on Good Friday from 10am to 7pm and saleday from 9am until the sale starts at 11am.

The Saleroom and offices are closed for Easter Monday.

Items are now being catalogued for our sale on Saturday April 13th.

Just pop in between 8.30am and 5pm with your items for a free valuation or call us on (01723) 507111 for a home visit.


Antique & Home Furnishings 08/12/2012

Picture Sale Highlights

 Lot 171 George Weatherill Whitby watercolour sold for £3,500
 Lot 152 Henry Scott Tuke Windjammer watercolour sold for £3,200
 Lot 41 John Trickett Jack Russell Terriers oil on canvas sold for £2,000

Some lots from this sale still available for sale - please enquire on 01723 507111

Saturday 24th November results available now

Monday 26th November results available now

Next Auction - Antique & Home Furnishings Saturday 8th December includes jewellery in time for Christmas

Accepting entries for the 5th & 19th January 2013 now



Saturday 5th January General Antiques

A truly excellent result was achieved by lot 250 an 'Andre Citroen Automobile Mecanique' mechanical model vehicle, which after being heavily contested by several phone bidders, was sold for £2800 plus premium. The lot, an original example of an early 20th Century model had considerable interest throughout the week and the hammer finally fell to a commission bid from an overseas buyer.

Lot 321, an early Victorian figured mahogany railway bracket clock with single fusee movement, a white enamel dial and signed 'E' L.N.E.R. achieved an excellent result of £1250.00 plus premium. 

Another interesting lot, which did not disappoint was Lot 313, a Victorian Act of Parliament style wall clock in mahogany stained pine case, with a circular enamel dial and signed J & W Mitchell Glasgow.  This clock was also suspected of being a railway clock, and this helped it achieve a more than respectable £800.


Antiques & Home Furnishings 02-03-2013

We have a busy weekend ahead at David Duggleby’s with two sales to look forward to.
Our antiques section features two interesting early 19th Century Chinese ivory jewellery caskets.  Other highlights are a pair of Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern candlesticks and a pedestal urn.  Vintage lots includes G-Plan teak and costume jewellery.

Amongst the quality furnishings are Barker and Stonehouse 'Editions' three seater and two seaters in Italian red leather and two distressed sofas in brown leather.  Monday’s picture sale has a selection of paintings featuring Scarborough and other local scenes from artists including Paul Marny, George Weatherill and Peter Hicks.

Remember, Saturday sale viewing is on Friday from 10am til 7pm & on saleday from 9am til the sale starts at 11am.  Picture sale viewing is also on Friday 10am til 7pm & Saturday from 9am til 3pm & saleday from 9am.

Antiques & Home Furnishings 16-03-2013

Monday 18th March
Jewellery lots catching the eye on Saturday were an emerald and diamond cluster ring which sold for £1,700 a ruby and diamond pendant on a chain which made £1,120 and a gents Omega gold 9ct watch which sold for £480.

The clocks also ticked the boxes with a carved oak longcase clock selling for £660, a brass double fuse skeleton clock making £640 and a Jaeger le Coultre Atmos clock fetching £520. 

The single collection of stamps from a deceased estate posted £2,500.  Amongst the home furnishings the Ercol light elm two drawer dresser sold for £440 and lounge suite made a comfortable £400.

We are now taking items for our sale on 30th March, just pop in between 8.30am and 5pm for a free valuation or call us on (01723) 507111 for a home visit.

The catalogue for this sale will be available online on Saturday March 23rd. Don’t forget viewing is on Good Friday March 29th from 10am to 7pm and the sale starts on Easter Saturday 30th March at 11am.  Our office will be closed on Easter Monday April 1st.

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Tick Tock

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Library of cricket books

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Rare rug sells sells for nearly £5000

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SPORTING GUNS AND WEAPONS

Saturday saw the dispersal of one of the most impressive collections o.....

RYEDALE SHOW TUESDAY 30 JULY

It was great to see so many of you at Ryedale Show and most unusually .....

Saturday 27th July

DON'T FORGET YOUR GARDEN NEEDS ANTIQUES TOO! great choice of Yorkshir.....

ANOTHER 650 LOT SALE Sat. 29 June

A diverse range of items were keenly sought after by over 400 buyers i.....

Plenty of bids for furniture this week

Furniture lead the way at this Saturday's sale with many buyers in the.....

SATURDAY 11 MAY HIGHLIGHTS

HEAVYWEIGHT PAPERWEIGHTS A pair of Baccarat mushroom paperweights wit.....

RESULTS 27TH APRIL 2013

As ever quality was still the determining factor in catching the bidde.....

Saturday 27th April 11am

All lots are now catalogued and ready to view online and in person on .....

900+ LOTS OVER TWO SALES

SATURDAY 8TH & MONDAY 10TH JUNE VIEW BOTH SALES &am.....

Saturday 13th April

Antique furniture makes a return to form headed up by a George III oak.....

SPRING CLEANING!

Saturday 13th April The bright sunshine has been very welcome but it .....

Easter Sale results 30/03/13

Top price of the day was the impressive Edwardian satinwood bedroom su.....

Antiques & Home Furnishings 30th March 2013

The Easter Saturday sale looks set to attract the crowds with a single.....

Antique & Home Furnishings 08/12/2012

Picture Sale Highlights  Lot 171 George Weatherill Whitby waterc.....

Saturday 5th January General Antiques

A truly excellent result was achieved by lot 250 an 'Andre Citroen Aut.....

Antiques & Home Furnishings 02-03-2013

We have a busy weekend ahead at David Duggleby’s with two sales to loo.....

Antiques & Home Furnishings 16-03-2013

Monday 18th March Jewellery lots catching the eye on Saturday were an.....

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