Dickins Auctioneers

Dickins was established by John Dickins in 1999 . The first auctions where held in the Victorian Farm buildings on his father's farm and since then the business has grown and prospered and in 2002 they moved to their current location - a large purpose built building within the Park of National Trust - Claydon House, set in the heart of the North Buckinghamshire Countryside.

Dickins Auctioneers uses up to the minute technology combined with the knowledge of various departmental experts in order to maximise client service.

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A pair of early/ mid 20thC Carter Stabler Adams style pottery tiles, both h
A pair of early/ mid 20thC Carter Stabler Adams style pottery tiles, both handpainted , one with image of a church , the other a windmill, possibly by Joseph Roelants , bears CP W mark to reverse. Each 5'' x 5''. Dickins Auctioneers
A late 19thC oriental papiermache and lacquer oval
A late 19thC oriental papiermache and lacquer oval tray 22 1/2" wide x 13" deep Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request. Dickins Auctioneers
A hallmarked silver Gentleman's signet ring set wi
A hallmarked silver Gentleman's signet ring set with cornealian hardstone. Hallmarked Birmingham 1974. Dickins Auctioneers
A 19thC Continental white metal snuff box with
A 19thC Continental white metal snuff box with engraved script to top ( possibly Dutch ) . Indistinctly marked. 3" x 1 3/4" x 1/2" Dickins Auctioneers
Vintage Retro : A Danish pendant lamp, type 4756 with grey livery , white g
Vintage Retro : A Danish pendant lamp, type 4756 with grey livery , white glass under section , 19'' diameter Dickins Auctioneers
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The Claydon Saleroom
Calvert Road
Middle Claydon
Buckingham
Bucks
MK18 2EZ