Smiths Auctions is part
of a traditional firm of Estate Agents, Surveying and Auctioneering. We are therefore able to
offer an extensive level of expertise in all aspects of property and
chattels. We are based in the small and attractive old market
town of Newent in Gloucestershire. We pride ourselves on
providing clients with a professional and efficient service whilst
at the same time retaining a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Please click the following link to visit
our Estate Agents Website
Smiths of Newent Estate Agents
We hold monthly sales of
antiques and collectables including
furniture, ceramics, glass, pictures, clocks, silver, jewellery and
decorative arts. We also include an additional specialist section to
For further information
on sales dates and specialised sales please see our sale calendar
If you would like to
receive our monthly pre-sale email flyer please click the following link.
This will send us an e-mail, please provide us with your email
Pre-sale email flyer
The catalogue is
available on-line one week before the sale. Please click here
to try our on-line bidding at
We provide free
valuations and sales advice for all potential auction items.
For small consignments we have 'drop in' valuations every Tuesday
and Thursday 10am - 3pm or by appointment on other days.
Please note the deadline for entries is a minimum of two weeks prior to the sale
and may be earlier if we meet our maximum capacity.
For larger consignments
please telephone for an appointment or home visit.
The saleroom is based in
an old Methodist chapel in Culver Street, just 75 yards from our
Estate Agents Office in Broad Street.
The auction rooms are
open Monday to Thursday 10am - 5pm.
Please note the saleroom is closed on Fridays (except for sale
Solitaire diamond ring 1.3 carats
Estimate: £2,000 / £3,000 (Plus 22% BP)
Pearl and diamond bangle
Estimate: £600 / £800 (Plus 22% BP)
Pearl and diamond pair of earrings
Estimate: £300 / £500 (Plus 22% BP)
Christian Dior 1950's necklace from good selection of costume
Embroidered Chinese stole from large textile section