Woolley & Wallis

Described by the Antiques Trade Gazette as "arguably the most exciting provincial saleroom in the country", Woolley and Wallis has lived up to that title in recent years with a string of record-breaking sales and notable prices; these include a Chinese spinach-green jade water buffalo - for a hammer price of £3.4m in 2009 and in April 2012 a pair of natural pearl earrings sold for £1.6m, a record for any Jewellery department outside of London.
As one of the leading regional auctioneers, established since 1884, Woolley and Wallis holds around thirty specialist sales a year spread between ten departments headed up by leading experts in their field.
The saleroom prides itself on combining a high level of expertise and professionalism, with the friendly attitude and personal service that clients have come to expect from this long-standing firm.
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Two Staffordshire pearlware models of Dr Syntax
Two Staffordshire pearlware models of Dr Syntax, and a pearlware child's plate titled 'Syntax Sketching the Lake'. One figure restored. All 19th century, 17cm. Max. (3) Woolley & Wallis
A Chinese white jade pendant 20th century
A Chinese white jade pendant 20th century, one side carved with the ghost of a young woman riding a leopard and awaiting her lover, the other with a poem, the suspension ring flanked by two birds, 6cm. Woolley & Wallis
A Minton's Secessionist vase
A Minton's Secessionist vase, twin-handled form, decorated with a peacock in colours on a green ground, and a C H Brannam jug decorated with Aesthetic Movement flower panels, printed factory marks, damages 30cm. high Woolley & Wallis
A brass oval swing frame toilet mirror
A brass oval swing frame toilet mirror, with a bevelled plate, 20.75in (52.5cm) h, 15in (38cm) w. Woolley & Wallis
John Jenkinson (fl. 1790-1821)
John Jenkinson (fl. 1790-1821)\nA snow hove to off the Wirral bank of the Mersey, Liverpool\nOil on canvas\n48.5 x 70cm; 19 x 27½in\nProvenance:\nSothebys 6/6/07, Lot 95\nLots 241-340 - A private collection of Marine Paintings assembled over 25 years by a retired Master Mariner - this varied collection has been well researched and most lots are sold with a file of provenance and information Woolley & Wallis
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Woolley and Wallis Salisbury
Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd
51-61 Castle Street
Tel: +44 (0)1722 424500
Fax: +44 (0)1722 424508