Adam Partridge Auctioneers Cheshire
Auctioneer in Cheshire
About

Adam Partridge is one of the UK’s best known auctioneers and valuers of Antiques and Fine Art. For many years he has appeared as an antiques expert and auctioneer on numerous antiques television programmes including Flog It!, Bargain Hunt, Dickinson’s Real Deal and Cash In the Attic.

In 2008, he opened Adam Partridge Auctioneers & Valuers in Macclesfield, Cheshire, which has rapidly become the leading independent auction house in the North West, now operating from large purpose designed premises at Withyfold Drive, Macclesfield.

Adam Partridge Auctioneers and Valuers offer a high quality service to their clients at very competitive commission rates with no hidden charges.

Free valuation days are held at the auction rooms every Monday from 9.30-12.30 and 5.30-7.30pm (except Bank Holidays).
Verbal valuations are given free of charge and home visits are available by appointment. A complete service is offered from a single item to whole house contents.
Transport and storage can also be arranged.

A comprehensive valuation service is provided for Probate, Insurance and other purposes.

We have a team of specialist valuers and cataloguers covering a wide range of specialisms including Antique Furniture, Asian & Oriental Art, Paintings, Northern & Contemporary Art, Musical Instruments, Silver, Jewellery, Ceramics, Glass, Militaria including Medals & Weapons, Clocks, Watches, Coins, Toys, Sporting & Country Pursuits, Textiles, Wine, Scientific Instruments, Camera, Mechanical Music and more.

Every auction is streamed live online giving bidders from further afield the opportunity to participate in the auctions. Recent auctions have attracted around 700 registered internet bidders with around 40% selling online.

Some sale highlights include –

  • £89,000 for a violin by Giuseppe Gagliano, Naples 1785, a world record for the maker.
  • £86,000 for a large pair of c.1876 exhibition quality Elkington & Co cloisonné trumpet vases.
  • £80,000 for a Chinese porcelain enamel decorated yellow ground wig stand with Daoguang seal mark to base.
  • £60,000 for a Chinese Jiaqing (1796-1820) vase, despite damage.
  • £47,000 for a Distinguished Flying Medal, Aden Conflict, 1966.                            
  • £33,000 for a drawing by CFA Voysey, rescued from a local house clearance.
  • £27,000 & £23,000 for two Chinese libation cups
  • £25,000 for a mahogany console table from a local farmhouse.
  • £19,500 for a small painting by Helen Bradley
  • £14,500 for a narwhal tusk, rescued from a skip
  • £14,400 for a Wedgwood Fairyland lustre vase

Goods are sourced from a large catchment area including Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Derbyshire, Merseyside & North Wales.
We have even received consignments from as far away as the Scottish Highlands, Norfolk, the South Coast and Cornwall as well as from overseas.
Clients include Museums, Art Galleries, Solicitors, Banks, Her Majesty’s Courts Service, Executors of Wills and many Private Collectors & Investors.

In 2011, Adam Partridge opened a second saleroom in central Liverpool, in the heart of the vibrant Baltic Triangle creative quarter. Monthly auctions are held, usually on the first Wednesday with valuation days on Thursdays. More details at www.theliverpoolsaleroom.co.uk

In 2013, Adam Partridge acquired Patrick Cheyne's office in Altrincham and now holds free valuations every Tuesday from 9.30 to 12.30. For enquiries, please contact Della on 0161 941 4879.