Cheffins

Established in 1825, Cheffins is one of the country’s leading firms of independent Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers. They provide a confidential and professional service for private clients, executors of estates, solicitors and bankers.

Their prestigious centrally located Salerooms in the historic university city of Cambridge provides a perfect base for their auctions bringing together both national and international clients and buyers.

Cheffins are members of Association of Accredited Auctioneers - AAA combines 20 UK auction houses, with a combined annual turnover of over £200m. Each member auction house has built a reputation for quality and integrity, many over a period of hundreds of years. AAA members are committed to the highest standards of creditability and services to buyers and sellers.

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Unusual 'Black Jack' ale jugs to sell at Cheffins
'Black Jack' ale jugs from the 17th or early 18th century which were used up to and during the Crimean War are set to feature on Cheffins Fine Art sale this month.
All things weird and wonderful!
December is a busy month in the world of auctions. If you are after something a little on the unconventional side, we've handpicked a few of our favourite lots.

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A Gucci Ladys bicycle
A Gucci Lady's bicycle, the bronze metal frame with chocolate leather seat, handlebars and brake grips, seat pack, and panniers with original fabric dust cover Estimate £1,000-2,000 Cheffins
Two 9ct deep pink tourmaline rings, the first a seven stone row of
Two 9ct deep pink tourmaline rings, the first a seven stone row of oval cut tourmalines in claw settings set in precious yellow metal stamped 375, size N, the second comprising of five oval cut tourmalines in claw settings around six small round brilliant cut diamonds all in a floral cluster formation, set in yellow precious metal stamped 375, size N (2) Estimate £100-200 Cheffins
CLARENDON (Edward, Earl of), State Papers, 3 vols. Oxford 1767-1786
CLARENDON (Edward, Earl of), State Papers, 3 vols. Oxford 1767-1786, folio, ex library, neat inventory number to heads of titles, one title laid down, some age staining, modern red cloth. Estimate £60-100 Cheffins
A horn inlaid wood oval snuff box dated 1650
A horn inlaid wood oval snuff box dated 1650, the central diamond to the oval lid inscribed '1650 CK your Pup' within four kidney shapes, 9.5cm (3.75 in) wide Literature: For illustrations of three similar boxes see Owen Evan-Thomas, 'Domestic Utensils of Wood', plate 38 Estimate £200-300 Cheffins
Takeshi Yasuda, (Japanese, b.1943), a Sancai stoneware pillow dish
Takeshi Yasuda, (Japanese, b.1943), a 'Sancai' stoneware pillow dish and a shallow bowl/stand, stoneware with pale yellow, brown and green 'Sancai' glazes, original signed paper label to pillow dish, dated 7/05/94 (2) Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1943, Takeshi Yasuda trained in Mashiko from 1963-1966 and settled in Britain in 1973. His early work was wash-glazed stoneware and he later worked in Sancai and Creamware. His Sancai series was developed from 1984 whilst resident at the Cleveland Craft Centre (MIMA). Sancai pottery originated from China using white clay and a glaze typically showing intermingled colours of copper (turns green) and iron (brownish yellow). More recently Yasunda has been working with celadon-glazed porcelain. He has taught in universities across the UK and is currently the Director of Pottery in Jingdezhen China. His work is held in a number of public collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Craft Council Collection. MIMA (the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art) holds several examples of his Sancai series. Estimate £300-600 The pillow dish is in good condition, the shallow stand is heavily crazed and has a star crack to the base internally (does not go right through). Cheffins
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Clifton House
1-2 Clifton Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire CB1 7EA
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