Thursday 29 January 2015


Friday 6th February
10am-12 noon and 2pm-4pm

Saturday 7th February

Friday 20th February
10am-12 noon and 2pm-4pm

Saturday 21st February
No appointment necessary—6 items or less


We are delighted to have been included in the February 2015 edition of Period Living magazine (Britain's best-selling period homes magazine) in the Past and Present section, page 22.

Established in 1981, Boldon Auction Galleries in East Boldon, Tyne and Wear, is a family-run saleroom. The lots represent an eclectic mix of items, from the everyday to the very special, sourced from homes across the North East, or discovered on valuation days. Victorian, Edwardian and General Household sales are held fortnightly, while the Fine Art & Antique Auctions are quarterly. General sales will take place on Wednesdays 4 and 18 February, with viewing on the preceding Saturdays and Tuesdays and morning of the sale day.
( 0191 537 2630,

Thursday 22 January 2015

Consigned for Auction in March -

Thomas Miles Richardson SNR HRSA (1784-1848)
“Jesmond Dene on the banks of the Ouseburn”
Estimate £2,500 - £3,500

Thomas Miles Richardson was a local lad, born in Newcastle. He had a varied career; first working as an engraver, then a cabinet maker after which he followed in his father's footsteps becoming a teacher and between 1806-1813 took the post his father had held at St. Andrew's Grammar school in Newcastle. It was after this period that Thomas Miles Richardson became a renowned landscape painter painting in the Scottish Highlands and Borders and travelling to both Italy and Switzerland.

We are now accepting entries for our next Fine Art and Antique Auction to be held on Wednesday 4th March

Monday 19 January 2015

A bird in the hand.........

Beat the January blues with this quirky dish designed by Danish designer Bjørn Wiinblad (1918-2006).

Characteristics of Wiinblad's work include whimsical round-faced people, dressed in vaguely 19th-century costume. Often to be found surrounded by natural elements such as the birds in this piece.

This piece was designed for the Danish pottery Nymølle.  Almost all the output from the pottery for the first 10 years after the second World War was designed by Bjorn Wiinblad.

More designers were employed as he became busier, seeing the pottery have it's most successful productive period during the 1960's.  Nymolle was eventually bought by Bjorn Wiinblad in the 1970's. 
To be sold in the next General Household Sale on Wednesday 21st January at 10am. 
Lot 5.

Thursday 15 January 2015

Monday 12 January 2015

Valuation Sessions in January and February 2015

FREE Valuation Sessions

Saturday 17th January
10am - 1pm

Friday 23rd January
10am - 12noon and 2pm - 4pm

Friday 6th February
10am - 12noon and 2pm - 4pm

Please bring 6 items or less to the above Valuation Sessions

If you have more items we will gladly make an appointment for you to bring them along or we can come and appraise them in your home for large items and furniture.