Thomas Watson

Thomas Watson, established at The Gallery Saleroom in Darlington in 1840 is the oldest and most respected auction house in the North East of England. The auction house has a reputation that has been built diligently across centuries. With clients depending upon their expert auctioneers and valuers for more than 170 years. Thomas Watson have moved with the times to offer auction and valuation services that are relevant to the twenty first century. Where other auctioneers and valuers have lost touch with their modern clientele, Thomas Watson has successfully transitioned into the present age. Annually, Thomas Watson conducts approximately 24 sales, sometimes more, all of which will be listed in their auction calendar.Their auctioneers and valuers can help to prepare you for an upcoming sale, letting you depend upon their vast wealth of knowledge and years of experience. Thomas Watson offer every client a personal level of service to take them through the auction process.

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Richness of micro mosaic jewellery to the austerity of Berlin ironwork design: Most unusual jewellery on Barnebys
From the richness of micro mosaic jewellery, to the austerity of Berlin ironwork design, we discover the history behind three of the most unusual pieces of jewellery and decorative arts coming up for sale at Thomas Watson this month.
Pottery, from Middlesbrough with love
One of the biggest private collections of Middlesbrough's famous 19th century pottery will be auctioned in the region this month.
A Little Piece of China Trade History is Finally Mine
In December 2014, a unique collection of 96 gouache paintings were sold at Uppsala Auktionskammare in Sweden. They depict the multitude of individual vessels found on the Chinese waterways during the 18th century. Having belonged to one of Sweden's great naval figures, Fredrik af Chapman, they had quietly resided at his eccentric country estate Skärfva Manor, in southern Sweden, since the 1780's.

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E.R. Lead Water Hopper
E.R. Lead Water Hopper Thomas Watson
Pair of Oriental Porcelain Vases Decorated with
Pair of Oriental Porcelain Vases Decorated with Birds, Flowers and Foliage Thomas Watson
Georgian Silver Toddy Ladle with Whale Bone
Georgian Silver Toddy Ladle with Whale Bone Handle, Horn Spoon and a Riding Crop (3) Thomas Watson
A collection of stone set jewellery, to include a coral cameo brooch
A collection of stone set jewellery, to include a coral cameo brooch, the oval coral carved to depict a woman, collet set in a textured metal mount of delicate scroll work detailing, set to the centre of a plain brooch bar. Brooch pin fitting. Length approx 3.7gms. Weight approx 3.3gms; an opal brooch, the single oval cut opal collet set to the centre of a flat edge bar. Brooch pin fitting with safety chain. Length approx 5cm. Weight approx 3.6gms; a seed pearl and blue zircon brooch, the single round cut blue zircon collet set to the centre of an open flower head shaped mount, all set to the centre of a flat edge bar set with twelve seed pearl highlights. Brooch pin fitting with safety chain. Length approx 3.5cm. Weight approx 1.7gms; a three bar design brooch, set to the centre with two interlocking circles of rope-work, encompassing the central bar of rope-work set between two cylindrical bars, all set between beaded design end terminals. Brooch pin fitting with safety chain. Length approx 4.5cm. Weight approx 5gms; a citrine ring, the oval cut citrine ten claw set in an open mount between tapering shoulders set with beaded detailing on a plain band. Ring size L; Stamped 22; and a pair of aquamarine stud earrings, the oval cut aquamarines collet set in shaped mounts set on simple post and scroll fittings. Scrolls stamped 375. Total weight approx 1gm. Thomas Watson
A Joseph Sankey & Sons copper pitcher, early 20th
A Joseph Sankey & Sons copper pitcher, early 20th century, the tapering body with the appearance of crocodile skin, stamped, 33cm; together with an early 20th century copper tray, possibly by Joseph Sankey & Sons; and a 1930's brass and copper caddy. (3) Thomas Watson
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Thomas Watson
The Gallery Saleroom, Northumberland Street, Darlington, County Durham, DL3 7HJ
T: 01325 462559
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