Halls’ European Ceramics and Glass departments offer a range of specialist ceramic and glassware in three dedicated sales held each year. All sales are hosted and sold online as well as at our headquarters in Battlefield, Shrewsbury, and benefit from illustrated and specially prepared individual catalogues.
The department head Caroline Dennard has a special area of interest in 18th century English porcelain, and a personal passion which has helped to create many standout results such as £11,000 + buyers’ premium for a rare Bow porcelain group of the ‘Fortune Teller’ and the securement of important single owner collections such as the Wright Collection of Caughley porcelain.
Our Fine European Porcelain, Pottery and Glass auctions are host to a wide number of works from the 18th to 21st centuries, to include English and Dutch delftware, Continental porcelain from important factories such as Sevres and Meissen and English pottery and porcelain such as Staffordshire, Caughley, Chelsea, Bow and Worcester, among others. As specialists in 18th, 19th and 20th century glass, we are also keen to expand this section and are eager to consign pieces from George III drinking glasses to contemporary decorative glassware by the likes of Stevens and Williams, James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars and Rene Lalique.
Arts and Crafts and Art Deco ceramics are also incredibly popular at auction, and highlight lots in the past have been from top makers such as the Martin Brothers, Moorcroft, Shelley, Royal Doulton, Ruskin and others.
With Halls, you can rest assured that our experienced team of specialists will research each piece to ensure it is not only placed in the appropriate sale but that it achieves the highest level of exposure and generates the best possible price at auction. To find out more about our upcoming auctions or to talk further about potential consignments please do not hesitate to contact one of our specialist team.