Woolley & Wallis

Described by the Antiques Trade Gazette as "arguably the most exciting provincial saleroom in the country", Woolley and Wallis has lived up to that title in recent years with a string of record-breaking sales and notable prices; these include a Chinese spinach-green jade water buffalo - for a hammer price of £3.4m in 2009 and in April 2012 a pair of natural pearl earrings sold for £1.6m, a record for any Jewellery department outside of London.
As one of the leading regional auctioneers, established since 1884, Woolley and Wallis holds around thirty specialist sales a year spread between ten departments headed up by leading experts in their field.
The saleroom prides itself on combining a high level of expertise and professionalism, with the friendly attitude and personal service that clients have come to expect from this long-standing firm.
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By Christopher Lawrence
By Christopher Lawrence, two modern parcel-gilt silver Woodland Christmas Tree Mushrooms,\nLondon 1979 and 1980,\nthe pull-off covers open to reveal a King pulling a cracker with an angel, the other shows a Christmas tree being decorated, one with a certificate and numbered 140/250, on slate bases, with original cardboard boxes, height 12.2cm and 11.8cm. (2) Woolley & Wallis
An early nineteenth century turquoise and pearl set gold brooch
An early nineteenth century turquoise and pearl set gold brooch, on granulated ground and quartered with scroll designs. Broken glazed locket compartment to the reverse. Woolley & Wallis
A standing porcelain model of Napoleon
A standing porcelain model of Napoleon, on a plinth inscribed with a gilt 'N'. 25.5cm. Cf. Pugh, p.232. Woolley & Wallis
A French ruby and diamond bracelet
A French ruby and diamond bracelet, designed as a line of O's and X's. The X's set with rose-cut diamonds, within circular ruby cabochons, on fine link gold chain. 18.5cm long. Woolley & Wallis
Charles Tomkins (c. 1750-1810)
Charles Tomkins (c. 1750-1810)\nA farmer and wife by a seaside cottage\nWatercolour over pen and grey ink\n20 x 30cm; 8 x 12in\nProvenance:\nSabin Galleries Woolley & Wallis
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Woolley and Wallis Salisbury
Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd
51-61 Castle Street
Tel: +44 (0)1722 424500
Fax: +44 (0)1722 424508