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Antique silver is a precious material that has been around for centuries. It has a timeless, classic beauty that can add elegance to any home. Due to its age, antique silver is often more valuable than modern silver, depending on the condition, age, and craftsmanship of the piece. Antique silver is an excellent way to invest in a unique and beautiful item that is sure to become a treasured family heirloom.

We are active buyers of silver and silver plate from all countries and have been buying various items for over thirty years - if you are considering selling any silver/silver plated items.

If you have any of these items you are thinking of selling,

  • English Silver

  • Chinese Silver

  • Indian Silver

  • French Silver

  • Continental Silver

  • Candlesticks  

  • Tea Sets  

  • Serving Trays

  • Inkstands

  • Flatware/Cutlery

  • Fruit Baskets

  • Figurines

  • Salt Cellars

  • Tankards

  • Watches

  • Claret Jugs

  • Silver Topped Canes

  • Clocks

  • Perfume Bottles

  • Small Interesting Items

Porcelain & Pottery


English, Continental & Oriental

We are keen buyers of porcelain & pottery from all countries - if you are considering selling any items we would love to hear from you.


  • Porcelain, English, Chinese, Continental, Japanese

  • Oriental Blue & White Wares, Lamps, Ginger Jars

  • Cantonese, Kangxi, Ming, Kakiemon, Celadon

  • Studio, Art Pottery, 

  • Royal Lancastrian, Ruskin, Moorcroft, Clarice Cliff, Troika

  • Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Secessionist 

  • Majolica, Faience

  • Figurines, Vases

  • Dinner Services

  • Inkstands

  • Candlesticks

  • Royal Doulton,  Royal Worcester, Royal Crown Derby

  • Clocks, Jugs

  • Small Interesting Items

If you have any of the above items you are thinking of selling

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English & Continental

The 19th century small furniture was often made with intricate details and craftsmanship. Usually, the designs were quite ornate and reflected the wealth and status of the owner. This style of furniture was often made of delicate materials like mahogany, walnut, and rosewood. The drawers and door panels were often decorated with intricate carvings or inlays, and furniture makers were keen to show off their skill and craftsmanship through the use of fine details. 19th century small furniture is still highly sought after today by collectors and antique enthusiasts.

The Art of Quality buys right across the board including interesting pieces of furniture along with the unusual and interesting miscellaneous items. We are always on the lookout for small pieces, such as hall tables, card tables, bureaus, boxes, metalwares etc.

  • Small Desks

  • Oriental Furniture

  • Hall Tables

  • Card Tables

  • Bureaus

  • Hall Chairs

  • Dining Tables & Chairs

  • Inlaid Boxes & Furniture

  • Copper & Brass Items

If you have any of these items you are thinking of selling,



English & Continental

We are active buyers of jewellery, gold and silver from around the world and have been buying various items for over thirty years.

We have achieved some fabulous prices on behalf of our clients, selling on consignment - Contact us for further details

  • Gold & Silver 

  • Necklaces

  • Watches, Old Vintage Wind Up Watches including Rolex, Cartier, Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, IWC, 

  • Diamond, Emeralds, Rubies, Sapphire Set Items

  • Semi Precious Stone set jewellery

  • Pearls, Necklaces, Bracelets, Pendants

  • Brooches, Gold, Silver, Stone Set, Enamelled

  • Pietra Dura, Micro Mosaic

  • Rings, plain or Stone Set

  • Pocket Watches, Gold/Silver and Base Metal versions

  • Pendants, stone Set, Enamelled, Designer

  • Cameos, Intaglios

  • Cufflinks, Dunhill, Cartier, Asprey, Gold & Silver, Enamelled

  • Bracelets

  • Bangles

  • Hat pins

  • Vintage Costume Jewellery

  • Broken/scrap gold and silver

If you have any of the above items you are thinking of selling,




English & Continental

The 19th century saw a huge surge in the production and popularity of bronze sculptures and decorative objects. These objects were often cast in bronze using the lost wax method, which allowed for intricate detail and fine finishes.

Many 19th century bronzes featured classical subjects or historical figures, or were inspired by literature and mythology. Some of the most popular sculptors of the period were Auguste Rodin, Edgar Degas, and Alexandre Falguière. 19th century bronze sculptures and objects were highly sought after by collectors and remain some of the most iconic works of art from this period.


We are active buyers of good quality bronzes from around the world and have been buying various items for over thirty years - if you are considering selling any bronze or would like us to take your items on consignment to sell on your behalf  please contact us today:


  • Bronze Figures

  • Bronze Animalier

  • Art Deco Bronzes

  • Art Nouveau Bronzes

  • Victorian Bronzes

  • Austrian Cold Painted Bronzes, Franz Bergmann

  • English Bronzes

  • European Bronzes

  • Chinese Bronzes

  • Japanese Bronzes

  • Gilt Bronzes

  • Grand Tour Bronzes

  • Contemporary Bronzes

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