Premises and Property

Property news for the art and antiques industry covering relocations, property disputes and dealers and auction houses opening new premises.


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Unique Auctions expands space in Lincoln with new showroom

03 June 2019

Unique Auctions is to nearly double the size of its premises in Lincoln with a new 12,500 sq ft showroom.

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Pimlico Road dealer Humphrey-Carrasco moves south

03 June 2019

Pimlico Road antiques dealer Humphrey-Carrasco has left the street after a quarter of a century.

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Lymington Auctions takes on George Kidner rooms

06 May 2019

A toy specialist and his son have bought the former auction house of George Kidner in Hampshire and will relaunch auctions and open an antiques centre on the site.

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Spicer breathes new life into East Yorkshire fine art auctions

06 May 2019

The fine art auction business of Dee Atkinson & Harrison in Yorkshire has been renamed Spicers by former employee Andrew Spicer.

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Rare book dealer Bernard Quaritch heads north to Holborn

06 May 2019

Book dealership Bernard Quaritch is relocating to the Holborn area of London, from Mayfair.

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Elaine Phillips Antiques opens new showrooms near Leyburn

26 April 2019

Elaine Phillips Antiques has moved into new premises after 40 years in Harrogate.

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Batstone moves to Bourne Street

08 April 2019

Hilary Batstone Antiques has recently moved into new premises after 22 years on west London’s Holbein Place.

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Two auction houses launch in London this spring

25 March 2019

Newly established auction houses Tate Ward and Kings Russell Auctioneers plan their debut sales over the coming fortnight in London.

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Sworders joins dealers in Cecil Court with new London office

11 March 2019

Stansted Mountfitchet auction room Sworders is opening a viewing and consignment office in central London next week.

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Rare Flemish Old Master sells for more than $2m at auction in Philadelphia as Freeman's confirm premises move

01 March 2019

A total of 18 phones competed for a rare devotional painting offered by a New York institution at Freeman’s in Philadelphia this week.

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Olympia London to be transformed in £1bn project as planning permission is granted

13 February 2019

A £1bn plan to revamp Olympia London, including the home of the venerable Art & Antiques Fair Olympia, has been approved by planners.

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The 25 Blythe Road auctions collective is relaunching under the brand of Olympia Auctions

29 January 2019

The London auctions ‘hub’ of 25 Blythe Road will now operate under a single banner of Olympia Auctions.

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Private equity-backed company buys US auction houses Leslie Hindman Auctioneers and Cowan's Auctions

09 January 2019

US auction houses Leslie Hindman Auctioneers and Cowan's Auctions have been brought together under one umbrella company in a private equity-backed deal.

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Bookseller boost as number of independent shops grow in the UK

08 January 2019

The decline in independent bookshops in the UK appears to have been halted with growth recorded for the second year in a row.

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Former Thomas Watson director launches new auction house

07 January 2019

Former Thomas Watson Auctioneers director David Elstob is to launch his own auction house with wife Beth Elstob.

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Hampshire auction house George Kidner to close

21 December 2018

George Kidner Auctioneers and Valuers is to close following the retirement of its founder.

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Fine Art Society offers collection at Sotheby’s after leaving New Bond Street home of 142 years

10 December 2018

More than 300 works from The Fine Art Society, which left its New Bond Street home of 142 years in August, go under the hammer at Sotheby’s next year.

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Franses to stay in gallery home after Supreme Court ruling

10 December 2018

Tapestry and textiles specialist Franses has won a landmark Supreme Court case against its landlord, allowing it to continue to operate from the London gallery that has been its home for more than 25 years.

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