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Unit 4a Aspect Court Cannel Row
Silverdale Enterprise Park
Landline: 01782 6...
Fax: 01782 213777
Pottery Auction, Pottery, Jewellery, Ceramics, Glass, Antique Furniture
Potteries Auctions Ltd were the first Auction House to specialise in selling Royal Doulton and Beswick pottery. Established in 1991 we are now one of the leading Sale Rooms dealing in 20th Century British Pottery.
We hold at least one Auction per month with Sales attracting much interest both nationally and internationally. World record prices have been achieved for Royal Doulton, Beswick, Wade and Carltonware.
A number of miscellaneous Sales are held over the year covering pottery and collectables from all the major manufacturers including Wedgwood, Goss, Shelley, Wade, Crown Devon, Midwinter, Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Clarice Cliff, Charlotte Rhead, Burleigh Ware, Shorter etc. There are also four Specialist Sales dealing solely with Royal Doulton and Beswick, as well as Specialist Sales in other areas such as Pendelfin and Beatrix Potter, Character and Toby Jugs.
Our monthly auctions include Antiques, furniture, collectors' items, jewellery, household items, electrical goods etc.
We can also arrange collection and house clearance at short notice!
Please get in touch for more information.
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I spent US $212 for a now-worthless CMC model car, Lot 1106, on Potteries' 10/6/17 online auction at www.the-salesroom.com. They listed that it had a broken wheel but their pictures showed that all the wheels were firmly attached, implying that the wheel “break” mentioned was minor and fixable. None of the pictures showed damage to any other part either. The reality is that the wheel was snapped off completely from its axle, the steering wheel was broken off from its shaft, and it had 3 other major breaks in steering and suspension parts. However, their listing pictures showed those areas intact and perfect. There is dried glue on all the broken parts, showing an unsuccessful attempt to make repairs. So Potteries broke it but left their pre-damage pictures on the listing. They will not refund this, as they say I didn't ask for a "condition report" ahead of time. However, the online pictures tell the tale. Knowingly omitting facts is the same as lying.
Jeff Brock - 20/07/2017