Chorley’s was founded in 2006 by Simon Chorley and the Fine Art department from Bruton Knowles, Gloucestershire’s leading firm of auctioneers, surveyors and property consultants. John Harvey, previously in charge of Sotheby’s West Country office, joined Chorley’s team in 2009. The Chorley’s team provides considerable experience and expertise and strives to uphold the traditions of integrity, honesty and professionalism much valued by the firm’s private clients and by professional referrers from the art, legal, insurance, property asset and banking professions. Situted in the grounds of the beautiful 40-acre monastic estate of Prinknash Abbey Park, between Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud and within 4 miles of the UK motorway network, Chorley’s is easy to find and offers a pleasant location for those attending sale and view days. For those who cannot come in person, a fully illustrated online catalogue and live online bidding is available for every sale. Experience and innovation, tradition and technology: these qualities make Chorley’s stand out in the Fine Art & Antiques market and we pride ourselves on delivering a personalized service to every client while maintaining a leading presence in the global market place.

Chorley's 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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Blog posts about "Chorley's"

A Sale to Remember
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Karim Rashid: A designer with a lot of bottle
Coming to auction next week is a piece by one of the 21st century's most quirky, innovative and sleek designers.
Christopher Wood's Tulips and Hyacinths sells for an incredible £220 000
Tulips and Hyacinths by Christopher Wood sold for an incredible £220 000 at Chorley's against an estimate of £40 000-60 000.
7 of the most fabulous chairs on Barnebys right now
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Chorley's celebrate 10th anniversary with first ever sale hosted on The Auction Room
Chorley's sale this month celebrates both their 10th anniversary as well as it being the first sale they have held via the online platform The Auction Room.

Realised prices "Chorley's "

Laurence (E) The Duty and Office of a Land
Laurence (E) The Duty and Office of a Land Steward, Third Edition with alterations and additions, London 1743, full contemporary calf Chorley's
Books: Brown (R B) Mr Prune on Cotswold, The
Books: Brown (R B) Mr Prune on Cotswold, The Richards Press, 1938, and sundry volumes relating to Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds Chorley's
An early Victorian rosewood library table, the
An early Victorian rosewood library table, the rectangular top with moulded border applied shells and C scrolls to the frieze at front and back, fitted a cushion front drawer to one end, raised on octagonal vase shaped columns united by a turned stretcher with splay legs, 140cm x 72cm (55" x 28.25")/see illustration Chorley's
William Buckler (British 1814-1884)/Portrait of a Lady with a Birdcage/signed
William Buckler (British 1814-1884)/Portrait of a Lady with a Birdcage/signed and dated 1838/pencil and watercolour, 47.25cm x 33.25cm Chorley's
A set of brass hanging scales to weigh 4lbs, by
A set of brass hanging scales to weigh 4lbs, by the Co-Operative Wholesale Society and sundry scales Chorley's
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Prinknash Abbey Park
Near Cheltenham
Tel: +44 (0) 1452 344499
Fax: +44 (0) 1452 814533