Wright Marshall

Wright Marshall Fine Art have salerooms in Knutsford and Beeston Castle, Cheshire, both holding regular general and furnishing sales as well as fine art and antiques auctions. Specialist areas include Northern Art, 20th Century Design, Classic Vehicles and Rock & Pop Memorabilia.

The firm was founded through a merger in 2014 between auctioneers Frank Marshall of Knutsford and Wright Manley of Beeston.


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Saleroom selection: Three works under £650 in regional sales including a George-William Thornley view of Margate

29 October 2018

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales below £6500 and three upcoming lots offered over the next fortnight, including a painting of Margate by George-William Thornley.

Carrara marble sculpture

Five Grand Tour collectables coming up at regional auctions next month

31 August 2018

Specimen marble tops, micro-mosaics, plaster intaglios and marble neoclassical sculptures – objects such as these were typical purchases for the Grand Tourists who visited the sights of classical civilization in the 18th and 19th centuries. All regularly appear at auction.

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Wristwatch previews: Up to £500

09 July 2018

A selection of wristwatch previews.

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Pawle still-life generates interest at auction

27 November 2017

Wright Marshall (21% buyer’s premium) featured a still-life by John Pawle (1915-2010) in its sale on October 28 in Knutsford, Cheshire.

Paul Nash

Provenance of Paul Nash painting sold at auction disputed

17 February 2017

The sale of an early 20th century artwork attributed to Paul Nash has been cancelled after recent tests have thrown doubt on its origins.

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Auctioneers merge to form north-west partnership

02 July 2013

Auctioneers Frank Marshall of Knutsford and Wright Manley of Beeston, both in Cheshire, have announced that they are to merge.

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