His festive selling exhibition opens on November 27. It features some 35 pieces of smaller furniture and over 50 works of art objects, the majority sourced from longstanding private collections.
Pieces range in date from the 15th through to the 19th centuries and are priced from a few hundred pounds to £20,000.
Among the highlights is a selection of English delftware including a c.1700 Adam and Eve charger bought in 1963 from a Kensington dealer for £24.
Early furniture features such as a 17th century mural livery cupboard, priced in the region of £7000, and an Elizabethan linenfold chest ticketed at around £4000.
A group of early needlework is also for sale from the private collection of a deceased dealer and includes a small Charles II stumpwork picture priced at £2500.
It is possible the show may mark the end of an era for Singleton as he is in the process of selling the building where his gallery is located. “I am hoping to lease back the downstairs so hopefully I will have more exhibitions, but we will see,” he said.