Barbers was founded in 1920 by John Barber who started life as a dealer and valuer in antiques in Woking. Keith Mansfield bought the auction company in 1964 and since 1985 it has been based in Woking.

Sales at Barbers take place regularly and offer items including art, antiques, furniture and jewellery.

Woking auction house closes after nearly 100 years

02 September 2016

Barbers Fine Art Auctioneers in Woking closed yesterday after nearly 100 years in business.


Soup tureen prototype takes £115,000 bid in Woking

01 October 2012

This silver-gilt centrepiece is believed to be a prototype for a set of four soup tureens in the Royal Collection designed by John Flaxman (1756-1826) and made by John Bridge (1755-1834) for George IV.

Nat Temple horns for sale in Surrey

21 July 2008

Woking, Surrey auctioneers Barbers are to sell musical instruments belonging to the late Nat Temple (1913-2008) on August 4.