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Based in beautiful surroundings of a historical 20th century Art Deco building Gerrards saleroom is conveniently located in the centre of Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire with a view out over Ashton Gardens. As a family run business we pride ourselves on our professionalism and discernment and we look forward to welcoming you to our saleroom.


Fine Arts, Antiques, Jewellery,

Silver, and Quality Collectables

Sales Every Three Weeks




Thursday 25th May - 10am

Friday 26th May - 10am


Tuesday May 23rd 10am - 5:00pm

Wednesday May 24th 10am - 4.00pm





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Commission Bids are most welcome and may be left at reception or email us:


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The auction house itself has a saleroom and hosts both antique, collectable and objects of virtue auctions. Antiques, Fine Art, Good Quality Collectables and Objects of Virtue Sales will be held every 3 weeks. We are now open to accept goods during opening hours. Our well-located saleroom is situated next to a car park and is easily accessible to the public. We have a worldwide presence on the internet and have a large worldwide client base including clients from: Australia, USA, Canada, New Zealand, Japan, Hong Kong, Russia and most European countries.




Our catalogue is updated daily

please check back soon for additional

items that we have added



We are happy to Post and Pack on your behalf at a reasonable cost, entirely at the buyers liability. We have our own packing department where our experienced staff pack and post goods. All items are packed to the best of our ability and every due care and attention is taken to ensure that your items are sent securely. Please be aware that we cannot be held responsible for any breakages after the items leave our premises. Any claims or disputes would have to be directed to the postal service used. Any specific postage requirements must be discussed with our staff and confirmed prior to goods been dispatched including any extra insurance you wish to take. We can also arrange door to door couriers to Birmingham and London and all points in between.










Tuesday         10am-5pm
Wednesday    10am-5pm
Thursday       10am-5pm
Friday            10am-5pm
Saturday        10am-4pm


Sunday & Monday




You are welcome to bring goods into Gerrards

any day

Tuesday to Saturday 11:00-16:00, for a free valuation


Free home visits can be arranged by prior agreement


- House Clearances

- Probate

-Insurance Valuations



Specialist Jewellery Valuers on Site -free no obligation valuations available.



If you need any help or advice please do not hesitate to phone, email or call in and we will be happy to help!







Lot 101

Russian Very Fine Silver Gilt and Cloisonne Enamel Cup and Saucer and Spoon. Mark of Peter Abrosimov, Moscow. 1869 - 1908. 84 Zolotniks. Sizes - Cup 2.5 Inches High, Saucer 4.25 Inches Diameter. Wonderful Condition. 6ozs - 9 grams. ( 195.1 grams )

Sold for £3,400


Lot 1050

George III Late 18th Century Mahogany and Satinwood Gentleman's Sheraton Style Linen Press. c.1780. The Upper Section with a Fabulous Marquetry Inlaid Broken Arch Pediment, Above Two Mahogany Panel Doors. Inset with Flame Mahogany Oval Shaped Panels, The Whole In Highly Figured Mahogany of Good Colour and Fabulous Condition. The Base with Two Short Drawers and Two Long Graduated Drawers with Attractive Oval Brass Handles on Bracket Feet. Size - 84 Inches In Length, 50 Inches Wide & 24 Inches Depth. 

Sold for £2,000


Lot 1

18ct Gold - Beautiful and Stylish Mesh Bracelet From The 1970's. Marked 18ct - 750. 95.9 grams, 7.75 Inches In Length & 1.25 Inches Deep. Wonderful Condition. 

Sold for £1,900


Lot 400

Royal Doulton Blue Glaze Figure of The Madonna of The Square by Phoebe Stabler, 
a colour variation of this figure, which did not go into production, was made between 1928-1930, and shows the figure fully covered, including face and hands, in a French blue glaze; we believe the figure offered for a sale is a blue prototype glaze and that this figure may be the only one in this total blue colour to exist. Marked with impressed numbering 83 /7.27 and Royal Doulton to base (no HN number or reference to Phoebe Stabler). Mint condition.


Sold for £800