Friday 11 October | Charity Auction of Promises
As part of Chorley’s support for Cobalt as our Charity of 2019, we are pleased to be hosting an Auction of Promises. Lots include experiences and individual items that are not usually available to buy and all proceeds will be donated to Cobalt, to fund specialist Breast Cancer Research Nurses in Gloucestershire.
There will be no additional costs for bidding – what you bid is what you will pay. If you cannot attend in person, you can leave an absentee bid or bid live online through Chorley’s website. We would however be delighted to see you if you can join us for the auction at our saleroom - we'll be open from 11am, with the auction taking place at 12 noon.
Please telephone us if you require any further information or assistance in the meantime.
Chorley’s: 01452 344499 | Cobalt: 01242 535922
VIEW CATALOGUE & REGISTER TO BID
Tuesday 15 October | Modern Art & Design, Studio Ceramics
Pictures and prints including works by Tracey Emin, Terry Frost, Stephen Tennant, Bryan Ingham and John Piper, furniture by Gordon Russell and Charles and Ray Eames and silver and jewellery by Georg Jensen will attract attention in Chorley’s October auction.
In addition to these, the saleroom is filled with an extensive collection of studio ceramics. Many of the highlights are from the extensive collection of Roy and Margaret Warner. The Warner collection was amassed over forty years from a number of potters who have gone on to become household names: Bill Marshall, Kenneth Quick, Shoji Hamada, Richard Batterham, Ewen Henderson, Edmund de Waal, Claudi Casanovas, Jim Malone and Mary Rich. The Warners’ significant collection also includes paintings and Arts & Crafts furniture.
Flick through our digital catalogue:
Tuesday 15 October, 10am
Sunday 13 October, 10am-4pm
Monday 14 October, 9am-4pm
Sale morning, 8.30am-10am
Live internet bidding now available for 3% (+VAT) fee on Chorley's own website: CHORLEY'S LIVE
Also on The Saleroom for 5% (+VAT)