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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Tribal Art at Woolley & Wallis
Woolley & Wallis' Tribal Art sale this month is another must for collectors.

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Two George III Irish mahogany side chairs
Two George III Irish mahogany side chairs, each with a moulded top rail above a pierced splat and a needlework seat, together with a mahogany side chair with a pierced ladder back. (3) Woolley & Wallis
‡Max Sinclair (b.1911)
‡Max Sinclair (b.1911)\nIn the River\nSigned, also signed with monogram and titled verso\nOil on canvas\n36 x 53cm; 14 x 21cm Woolley & Wallis
A Watcombe
A Watcombe, Torquay terracotta extended tea set the design attributed to Dr Christopher Dresser, with enamelled turquoise bands, comprising, two graduated teapots, two covered sugar basins, two milk jugs, one cup and saucer and a tray various printed marks tray 36.5cm. diam. Literature Keith Poole The Art of the Torquay and South Devon Potters, TPCS page 169 for a similar set. Woolley & Wallis
An oval shaped citrine mounted gold ring
An oval shaped citrine mounted gold ring, a William IV gold mourning ring mounted with a diamond, London marks for 1836. An RAF brooch, a George and the dragon brooch and a green bead necklace with matching earrings. Woolley & Wallis
A Soviet propoganda poster depicting a worker before dockyard cranes 95.5 x 58cm.
A Soviet propoganda poster depicting a worker before dockyard cranes 95.5 x 58cm. Woolley & Wallis

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Woolley and Wallis Salisbury
Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd
51-61 Castle Street
Salisbury
Wiltshire
England
SP1 3SU
Tel: +44 (0)1722 424500
Fax: +44 (0)1722 424508
enquiries@woolleyandwallis.co.uk
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