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Time for a Spring Clean?

We are holding a free, no obligation valuation event on Wednesday 24th April. From 9am – 5pm At The Joyce Building, Station Road, Whitchurch No appointment necessary

Spring Bidders go potty for Rhead and Rolex’s

The musician Brian McKnight once said that ‘A fine timepiece is part of dressing like a gentleman’ and the bidders at Trevanion and Dean’s April auction certainly agreed as the …

Old masters find new homes

Trevanion & Dean’s March auction was full of surprises as the auctioneers offered the contents of a Shrewsbury ‘Palace’. The buoyant auction offered buyers over 950 lots of fine art …

A slice of the silver screen comes to Trevanion & Dean

As well as entertaining us, a trip to the flicks to watch the latest Blockbuster release is a fun and enjoyable experience, a chance to sit back, relax and be …

What to watch in 2019

Christina Trevanion, advises us on what we should be buying at auction: ‘People often ask me what antiques they should be investing in and it is always a very tricky …

Beauty not Beast from the East

Rolls of unused Chinese fabric caused quite a stir when they were offered at Trevanion & Dean’s November auction.  Admittedly, not something that you would normally think would create interest …

Time flies and ‘Busby Babes’ find new home

A collection of wristwatches has sold for over £20,000 at Whitchurch auctioneers Trevanion & Dean’s October Antiques and Fine Art auction.  The wristwatches were consigned by a South Shropshire vendor …

Standing Ovation for Trevanion & Dean

It was a day of big names and big numbers at Trevanion & Dean’s September auction as their autumn season of auctions started with some record breaking results. Of the …

No ‘Tut Curse’ for Trevanion & Dean

A fascinating collection of letters written by Howard Carter, the British Archaeologist and Egyptologist has sold for £5,700 at Trevanion & Dean’s  June fine art and antiques auction including books and …