We hold fortnightly auctions of furniture, antiques and collectibles in our extensive salerooms in Nantwich, Cheshire. Our saleroom was established in 1955 and our furniture expert, Robert Stones, features regularly on BBC's Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip as well as on ITV's Dickinson's Real Deal. Robert Stones is Managing Partner at Peter Wilson, and is a leading-authority on all types of furniture - from 17th Century Oak through to 1950's Designer Furniture; he has over 45 years' experience valuing and selling furniture and Peter Wilson are a member of the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers and the Association of Accredited Auctioneers.
As well as fortnightly 'Gallery' sales, there are 5 'Fine Art' sales per year - featuring higher quality furniture, as well as pictures, ceramics, jewellery etc.
There are free valuation days held every Wednesday at our salerooms in Nantwich, and we are prepared to travel anywhere in the United Kingdom to look at valuable collections. Visit our Sold Lots Archive for examples of furniture we have recently sold, or visit our Furniture Guide for more information on specific types of furniture that we sell.
If you would like a free valuation of any furniture, in the first instance please complete the valuation form below and we will respond as quickly as possible.
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Below are a few highlights, or click here to browse our Sold Lots Archive.
George III mahogany bedside commode, galleried top with lifting handles above tambour cupboard door, base with slide converted to drawer, 52cm wide.
Sold for 380 GBP
Thames Valley fruitwood stick back elbow chair with a solid seat on turned legs (old repairs).
Sold for 1,500 GBP
Japanese red lacquered six panel screen applied with decoration of figures, height 182 x 40cm.
Sold for 900 GBP
Eleven Wm IV mahogany dining chairs including two carvers, each with a horizontal rope twist splat on ring turned legs.
Sold for 1,200 GBP
Oak dresser mid 18th century, the boarded canopy back of two shelves and an open work frieze on a base of three raised and fielded short drawers, ...
Sold for 10,000 GBP