Upcoming auctions and prices realised from our Manchester auction house
Since 1826 Capes Dunn have been successfully auctioning all kinds of antiques and collectables for our clients.
From antique furniture and oil paintings to Victorian jewellery and Edwardian porcelain, we always have a variety of lots to choose from.
All auctions and viewings are held at our premises on 38 Charles Street, Manchester, off Oxford Road.
All fortnightly Victorian & Later Furniture & Effects sales can be viewed on the Friday prior to the date of sale, between 2.30-4.30pm and on the morning of the sale from 9.15am.
All specialist sales (in bold) can be viewed on the day before the sale (Monday) between 10.00am-6.30pm (except jewellery and silver sales, which will view until 4pm) and on the morning of the sale from 10.00am.
Catalogues for all sales are available from the office, or by post, on subscription, please contact the office for details.
Please note: There have been recent changes to the sale dates and there may be further changes throughout the year. Therefore we suggest that you check the main website frequently to ensure that you have the latest, updated information.
|Roger Hampson (1925-1996)
Sold for £13,000 in our Northern Artists sale on the 12th April 2011
|George III Gentleman’s mahogany dressing chest
Sold for £2500 in our Antique sale on the 22nd February 2011
|A teapot from a three piece George IV embossed silver teaset
Sold for £1500 in our Silver & Jewellery sale on the 30th November 2010
|George III walnut longcase clock by Bancroft of Stockport
Sold for £1600 in our Antique sale on the 10th May 2011
|Pair of Art Deco style diamond pendant earrings
Sold for £800 in our Silver & Jewellery sale on the 8th February 2011
|Japanese Meiji period one piece carved ivory okimono of a Samurai
Sold for £350 in our Ceramic sale on the 7th June 2011
|Selection of Pilkingtons lustre glazed pottery
Sold for between £300-850 in our Ceramic sale on the 22nd March 2011
|Johan Mari Ten Kate (1831-1910)
Sold for £300 in our Antique sale on the 10th May 2011