TW Gaze

Established in 1857 as an agricultural valuer and auctioneer, TW Gaze are based at Diss Auction Rooms on the Norfolk-Suffolk border.

With an emphasis on sales of household chattels, they host regular sales as well as specialist auctions covering areas such as furniture, architectural salvage and sporting items.


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Cashing in on flashy cases

12 March 2018

Flash from the past at the Diss rooms of TW Gaze (18% buyer’s premium).

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Silver packs a punch in Diss

12 February 2018

A good weight and a good name helped this London 1890 embossed silver punch bowl to double the lower estimate at TW Gaze (18% buyer’s premium).

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Suffolk railwayana steams into sale

18 December 2017

More than 400 lots of railwayana, assembled from the 1950s onwards by a single collector, will be offered at Norfolk auction house TW Gaze on January 5.

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TW Gaze plots expansion in Diss

23 November 2016

Norfolk’s TW Gaze is expanding its saleroom after buying the freehold of the land.

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The infant Hercules takes £29,000 at Norfolk salvage sale

01 September 2008

Whilst perhaps better known for selling reclaimed building materials, T.W. Gaze of Diss in Norfolk consistently attract lots of a more decorative nature in their five architectural sales each year. Their August 16 sale included this very fine quality early 18th century marble study of a boy holding aloft a bearded mask.

Vendor set to challenge auctioneer over duty of care

17 July 2002

The extent to which a provincial auctioneer should be liable for underselling a work of art is again under scrutiny as a vendor threatens legal action.

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