Featonby's Auctioneers and Valuers is based in North Shields in the North East of England. Its auctions include antique furniture, pottery, fine art, jewellery, collectables and furnishings.

The business was founded by ‘Charlie’ Featonby in the 1920s and remained in the family for two generations. It is now under separate ownership.

Casey Lane

Featonbys moves to Newcastle and rebrands

28 November 2022

A Tyne and Wear auction house has relocated and rebranded.


News In Brief – including a 'car boot' find now offered at over a million

01 November 2021

A round-up of art and antiques news from the previous seven days, including a diamond bought at a car boot sale to be offered at auction.

Aynsley tea cup

Butterfly-handled tea service and a group of Anglo-Saxon roundels are among six lots to watch

30 August 2021

With estimates from £100-12,000, here are six previews of upcoming items this week.


Affordable art: Three works sold for under £650 including a George Armfield hunting scene

08 June 2020

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales including a George Armfield hunting scene.


Art Deco duo dance into North Shields

02 March 2020

Briefly catalogued, but accurately estimated, this bronze and ivory dancing couple was the outstanding star at Featonby’s (18.75% buyer’s premium) recent sale in North Shields.


Seago in kitchen cupboard gets clean away

04 June 2018

Of all the things you might expect to find in a kitchen cupboard, an original oil by Edward Seago (1910-74) is probably not one of them.