23rd May Interiors & Collectables Auction
With the television cameras present for an episode of ‘The Antiques Road Trip’, along with competing contestants Angus Ashworth and Arusha ‘Roo’ Irvine (and of course their lots!), the saleroom was buzzing as usual, and over 90% of lots sold - as is standard at this saleroom.
24th May 2019Read Article
Clevedon Salerooms Speak at STEP AGM
Toby Pinn MRICS, Chartered Arts & Antiques Surveyor, valuer and auctioneer spoke at the Bristol STEP (Society of Estate Practitioners) AGM held at the Hotel du Vin, Bristol last Thursday.
13th May 2019Read Article
Final weekend to see Leonardo in Bristol
Take advantage of the final weekend to see a selection of Leonardo da Vinci drawings at the Bristol City Museum & Art Gallery. Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life in Drawing
3rd May 2019Read Article
Sale Report - Thursday 24th April
Fresh from the Easter break, Clevedon Salerooms held another successful fortnightly Antiques & Collectables sale on Thursday 25th April, where once again the selling rate exceeded 92%.
25th April 2019Read Article
Clevedon Salerooms are the ones to Watch.
The market for gentleman's' wristwatches continues its rapid growth as a new generation of collectors indulge their passion for these miniature mechanical marvels.
13th March 2019Read Article
Congresbury Village Hall Valuation Event
A busy afternoon valuing antiques for charity awaited Clevedon Saleroooms valuers Toby Pinn and Mark Huddleston at Congresbury Village Hall on Wednesday 27th February - where there were some surprising finds...
28th February 2019Read Article
Ship-Shape and Bristol Fashion
Bristol’s prominence as one of the major British port cities of the 18th century is echoed in its artistic production of the time.
5th December 2018Read Article
Am I not a Free Man and a Brother?
The familiar name of Josiah Wedgwood and his Staffordshire ceramics will be familiar to many antiques aficionados. Less familiar perhaps is the fact that he was also a very keen social reformer and humanitarian.