Welcome to JS Fine Art
JS Fine Art holds regular specialist auctions of Fine Art & Antiques along with fortnightly auctions of Antique and Later Furniture and Effects. All auctions start at 10am and are held in our large auction rooms just outside Banbury in Oxfordshire. Viewing is from 9am-7pm the day before, and from 8.30am on the morning of the auction. We have a range of general and specialist valuers and consultants to give you expert advice on all aspects of the antiques market, and who will ensure that your lots are catalogued and entered into the most appropriate auction.
As well as producing printed catalogues, all auctions are illustrated on the internet, bringing your lots before a national and international audience. We also provide a comprehensive and efficient Valuation service, undertaking valuations for Insurance and Probate throughout Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties.
For current Catalogues, please click the "Our Catalogues" button above.
DATES FOR 2017
24th: THE CONTENTS OF AN OXFORDSHIRE FARMHOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS- APPROX 650 LOTS
July 8th & 22nd: ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
August 19th: ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
September 9th: ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
September 23rd & 30th: COUNTRY HOUSE INTERIORS
October 7th & 28th: ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
October 14th: PICTURES, SILVER & JEWELLERY
November 11th & 25th: ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
December 2nd & 16th: ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
We hold regular specialist auctions of Paintings, Silver & Jewellery. Recent highlights include the previously lost Eric Ravilious watercolour of Aldeburgh which made £265,000 (plus premium) and the Van Cleef & Arpels necklace which made £33,000 (plus premium).
We hold a range of auctions from Fine Art and Country House Interiors auctions down to our fortnightly auctions of general antiques, ensuring that your items are placed before the most appropriate audience.
We provide a prompt and efficient valuation service, using a range of general and specialist valuers and consultants. We produce tailor made valuations for probate and insurance, ranging from a single item to specialist collections or house contents.