Don’t Drink and Drive

Charterhouse Auctioneers have a busy programme of three auctions in February, when bidders will be able to buy a huge variety of lots from fine wine to classic cars. “We always encourage our bidders to enjoy their purchases, but would not recommend mixing wine with classic cars! ” Commented Richard Bromell. “It looks to be an exciting marathon of three auctions over four days starting on Thursday 13th February with silver, jewellery and watches, closely followed by wine, ceramics and furniture on Friday 14th, with the weekend being rounded off with an auction of over 70 classic vehicles at The Royal Bath & West Showground on Sunday 16th. “The lots going under the Charterhouse hammer will have wide appeal to all bidders. Some of the more unusual lots include a vintage Chanel handbag £300-400, a gentleman’s 18ct gold pocket watch £2,000-3,000, a silver candelabrum, brought to Charterhouse from France as hand luggage on an easyJet flight at £1,000-1,500, a 5 litre or jeroboam bottle of Chateau Beaumont £400-600 and an Alvis Firefly vintage car at £33,000-35,000.For full information regarding these auction please contact the auctioneers on 01935 812277 or on www.charterhouse-auction.com where all the lots can be viewed.Charterhouse is now accepting for their forthcoming programme of auctions including clocks, medals, stamps and other collector’s items in March and for their next auction of classic cars and motorcycles in April.For further information regarding these auctions, or to arrange a home visit, please contact Richard Bromell, Director at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, Dorset 01935 812277 or via email on info@charterhouse-auction.com Anna Williams with the vintage Chanel handbag £300-400The silver candelabrum, brought to Charterhouse as hand luggage on an easyJet flight, £1,000-1,500A gentleman’s 18ct gold pocket watch £2,000-3,000A 5 litre bottle of Chateau Beaumont £400-600An Alvis Firefly £33,000-35,000Quick Links For further information regarding this article, please contact Richard Bromell, Director