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South Cheshire antiques expert moo-ved by amazing cow creamers collection

South Cheshire antiques expert moo-ved by amazing cow creamers collection

A South Cheshire antiques expert was stunned when he ‘herd’ about this amazing collection of 112 silver cow creamers.

Now Mark Littler is on the ‘moo-ve’ to sell them for around £85,000.

August 31, 2017
Yew Tree in Bunbury to stage antiques valuation nights

Yew Tree in Bunbury to stage antiques valuation nights

Antiques expert Mark Littler has teamed up with award-winning Bunbury pub Yew Tree Inn to host a series of valuation evenings.

Mark will be on hand between 4pm and 7pm each Monday until December 19 to value customers’ antiques free of charge.

November 22, 2016
Man, 80, tied and beaten during terrifying armed robbery

Man, 80, tied and beaten during terrifying armed robbery

A gang of Eastern European armed robbers tied and beat an 80-year-old granddad before stealing antiques and paintings worth more than £100,000. The victim suffered a brutal seven-hour ordeal in his own home on the Cheshire/Staffordshire border.

October 4, 2013
Nantwich Museum to stage auction party with Peter Wilson

Nantwich Museum to stage auction party with Peter Wilson

Nantwich Museum is to stage a saleroom supper party in a joint event with Peter Wilson fine art auctioneers. The event will be held at the auction house’s Victoria Gallery on Market Street, Nantwich.

March 18, 2013
Pocket globe sells for £18,000 at Nantwich auction

Pocket globe sells for £18,000 at Nantwich auction

A Crewe man enjoyed a surprise windfall when an antique pocket globe found in his parents’ home sold for £18,800 at a Nantwich auction. The celestial and terrestrial globe, less than three inches in diameter and dated from 1710, was the star sale at the Peter Wilson auction.

April 30, 2012
Nantwich auction sells £20,000 Wedgwood

Nantwich auction sells £20,000 Wedgwood

Wedgwood ceramics collected by a man who started work at the company’s Etruria factory straight from school, sold for £19,900 at an auction in Nantwich. The collection was consigned for sale by Harry Sheldon, whose father Harry, started working as the odd job man at the Wedgwood factory.

September 23, 2011