Regular sales of Antique, Fine Art, Silver, Jewellery, Works of Art and Collectable Items
Our next sale will be held on Saturday 17th October 2015. See home page for details
Our office if based at Quarry Farm in Bodiam. Please contact us for further information regarding our forthcoming sales or if you require a valuation.
Office Address: Unit 8, Quarry Farm, Bodiam, Robertsbridge, East Sussex, TN32 5RA
Heading from London on the A21after passing through a village called Hurst Green you need to turn left off to Bodiam opposite the White Horse pub. Carrying on straight over the cross roads by the Curlew Pub you will head down the hill and enter Bodiam with the
Castle (National Trust) on your left and the Castle Inn on your right. Continue over the hump back bridge and the level crossing, and Quarry Farm is the next farm entrance on the right. Turn into the drive and follow the sign posts.
If entering Bodiam from the opposite direction then you will approach the village from Staplecross. Quarry Farm is the last turning on the left before the level crossing and after Dagg Lane (the junction to Ewhurst Green) which will be on your right. Bodiam is very well sign posted because of the Castle so hopefully it shouldn’t be too hard to find!
Our friendly country auction room welcomes members of the antiques trade and private buyers alike and is always keen to meet first time auction goers. Items can be viewed during our preview day which is held from 9.30am – 7pm on the Friday before each auction and also between 9am and 10am on the morning of the sale. If a potential buyer is unable to attend the sale they may leave a commission bid which the auctioneers will use to bid on their behalf. This ensures the commission bidder pays the highest price in the room and not necessarily the highest price they left. Payment and collection can be made during the auction and members of staff are on site until 5pm on the day of the sale for payments and collections. Successful commission bidders are notified on the Sunday or Monday after the auction and can arrange payment and collections of their items between 10am and 4pm on the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday following the sale. If payment and collection is not possible within these times then alternative arrangements can be made with the auctioneer or staff.
The sales contain a wide variety of items from silver and jewellery, ceramics, glass, rugs and carpets, pictures, metal ware, vintage and retro items, furniture, collectables, clocks and watches and garden items with values ranging from our minimum bid of £10 into the thousands. Titled ‘Antique, Fine Art and General Sales’, the auctions contain items across the board that have been mainly compiled locally from private sources, ranging from individual consignments to entire house contents.
We have a fantastic and ever increasing following of buyers and sellers who have supported us from the start and continue to do so. Many attend the view day or sale day to meet up with friends and to enjoy the buzz of the auction and have a look round to see if anything catches their eye. Others are pleased to have found an outlet to sell items they had not realised were of value and then often attend the auction only to fill the space they had so recently created with something new!
If you have any questions regarding buying or selling or just about auctions in general and how they work, please do not hesitate to contact us, we would be delighted to help. You can also find further information on our ‘Information for Buyers’ and ‘Information for Sellers’ pages.