The Canterbury Auction Galleries

Established in 1911, The Canterbury Auction Galleries are Kent’s leading independent Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers. The Canterbury Auction Galleries hold a Two Day Fine Art and Antiques auction every other month, each sale typically comprising over 1200 lots across a broad variety of disciplines from jewellery to furniture.

The Canterbury Auction Galleries 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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Grayson Perry on taste and the class wars
This autumn The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge in Canterbury will display Grayson Perry's The Vanity of Small Differences, a series of six large, exuberant tapestries that explore the British fascination with taste and class.
Inspiration: 1960s Mix & Match
This autumn, interiors will be warmed up with colours of the 1960s.
Inspiration: Live-in Library
Books are having a renaissance.
Cool to be Kitsch
Following the roaring success of Sotheby's Bear Witness sale, here are some of our favourite kitsch collectibles.

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An early Victorian mahogany chiffonier
An early Victorian mahogany chiffonier, the upper part with carved and scrolled cresting, fitted single shelf, the base with twin cushion moulded frieze drawers covered under, enclosed by a pair of arched panelled doors, on plinth base, 48ins wide x 16ins deep x 66ins high The Canterbury Auction Galleries
Two wine glasses with small cylindrical bowls and plain stems...
Two wine glasses with small cylindrical bowls and plain stems inset with double white opaque twist, plain footrim with open pontil, 6ins high (circa 1760) The Canterbury Auction Galleries
A early 19th Century French porcelain cased mantel clock by Henri Marc of Paris
A early 19th Century French porcelain cased mantel clock by Henri Marc of Paris, No. 15571, the 2.75ins diameter white enamelled dial with Roman numerals to the eight day two train movement with silk suspension striking on a bell, contained in porcelain case in the manner of Jacob Petit, the whole of rococo outline moulded with leaf scroll, floral ornament and insects, and with floral encrusted and rococo scroll base, 16.75ins high (case with some small damage, chipping to flowers and insects and gilding rubbed at highlights) The Canterbury Auction Galleries
John Henry Mole (1814-1886) - Two watercolours - "The Village Spring"
John Henry Mole (1814-1886) - Two watercolours - "The Village Spring", 10ins x 7.5ins, signed and dated 1847, and landscape with a lady and a donkey on a track, 5.5ins x 8.75ins, signed and dated 1868, both framed and glazed The Canterbury Auction Galleries
A modern platinum mounted synthetic sapphire and diamond dress ring
A modern platinum mounted synthetic sapphire and diamond dress ring, set with a central oval synthetic sapphire approximately 8cts surrounded by twelve brilliant cut diamonds each approximately .15ct (gross weight 9.8 grammes - ring size K 1/2) The Canterbury Auction Galleries

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The Canterbury Auction Galleries
The Canterbury Auction Galleries
40 Station Road West
Canterbury
Kent
CT2 8AN

Tel: 01227 763337
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