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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Three meerschaum turbanned heads (3)
Three meerschaum turbanned heads (3) Estimate £40-60 Cheffins
Vladimir Sosnovsky (Russian, 20th Century) - Russian landscapes -
Vladimir Sosnovsky (Russian, 20th century) Russian landscapes - River scene; and Cornfield oil on canvas, unframed, 77 x 98cm and 62 x 130cm (2) Vladimir Sosnovsky - 2 Landscapes, oil on canvas, 1970's Vladimir Sosnovsky (1922 - 1990) was a Ukrainian artist, known as a landscape and realist painter. He was born in Novaya Ushitza, Khmelnitzky Region, Ukraine. Studied at the Odessa Grekov Art College and later at the Kiev Art Institute (1948 - 1954). Estimate £100-200 Both unframed and quite dirty. Cornfield has scattered paint loss, craquelure and is dirty. Cheffins
A George III silver wine funnel and strainer
A George III silver wine funnel and strainer, by Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan, London 1799, the deep goblet shaped bowl half fluted below a moulded edge, the strainer also with moulded edge, 15cm high, 3.7oz Estimate £100-150 the funnel with slight bruising but intact, the detachable strainer cup badly misshapen, the pierced strainer plate loose, small split to the reeded edge Cheffins
A late 19th century Fukugawa style Imari vase
A late 19th century Fukugawa style Imari vase, the baluster shape painted with alternating lappets enclosing pairs of phoenix, 47cm (18.5 in) high Estimate £300-400 Good Cheffins
A Wedgwood Golden Florentine dinner and tea service
A Wedgwood 'Golden Florentine' dinner and tea service Estimate £80-120 8 dinner plates 11 salad plates 12 side plates 6 bowls 6 cups & saucers 1 teapot 1 milk jug 1 sugar 1 gravy boat & saucer 2 tureens 1 large oval serving plate Good overall condition but needs to be viewed; backstamp 'port black portland vase over gilt gold florentine w4219' no scratch/strike marks through the Wedgwood name Cheffins
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