Life size parcel gilt silver owl

Estimate £3,500 - £5,500

Life size parcel gilt silver owl

Tom McGuinness

Estimate £800 - £1,200

Tom McGuinness Miners Sketchbook

Natural Burmese ruby ring

Estimate £2,000 - £3,000

Natural Burmese ruby and diamond ring no heat

Art Deco Puiforcat silver bowl

Estimate £1,200 - £1,800

Art Deco Puiforcat silver bowl

Henry VIII Embarking from Dover

Estimate £1,000 - £1,500

Harry Sutton Palmer Hastings from the East Cliff

Diamond solitaire pendant

Sold for £2,700

1.75 ct platinum diamond solitaire pendant

Graham Sutherland

Estimate £800 - £1,200

Graham Sutherland The Frog

Silver owl perfume bottle

Sold for £2,975

Edwardian silver owl perfume bottle


About Grand Auctions

Grand Auctions is a Kent auction house situated in Folkestone. We are a specialist, internet based auction house dealing in paintings, jewellery, watches, gold and silver, quality glass, ceramics and Asian art. On our staff we have a qualified gemmologist and diamond grader, a published art biographer and a general valuer who spent six years in the valuations department at Christie’s.

Everything we sell is photographed and given global exposure both on our own website and on We run a live online bidding facility during sales and prospective buyers are welcome to view all lots at our premises prior to each auction. View our next auction catalogue here.

If you have anything you would like valued or if you need an insurance or probate valuation, please get in touch.

Latest Blog Post

British rummers were initially produced during the Georgian period from around 1780 onwards. The name rummer is thought to probably derive from the Germanic word 'roemer' meaning ‘Roman type’. Roemers were in fact traditional German wine glasses produced during the 15th and 16th centuries. They would typically have been designed with a flared foot and decorated with prunts in the the form of blackberries, raspberries or lions' heads applied to the stem and functioning as a grip. Roemers were not produced in Britain during this period. However, a few were known to have been made in England towards the end of the 17th century.

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