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About Us

Gorringes Tunbridge Wells

Gorringes, the leading auctioneers in the South East, first opened an office in Tunbridge Wells in 1999. Originally located in the historic Pantiles area of the town, it enabled us to offer an unrivalled valuations and sales service to both professional and private clients in Tunbridge Wells, the surrounding area, Kent and, importantly, South and East London.

In August 2016 we moved to our new office at Grosvenor House where we continue to give the same comprehensive and friendly service.

We are able to advise on a varied range of items, including:

  • Furniture
  • Clocks
  • Carpets and Rugs
  • Pictures
  • Bronzes
  • Coins and Stamps
  • Ceramics
  • Silver
  • Jewellery and Watches
  • Books
  • Collectables
  • Postcards and Ephemera

At our main rooms in North Street, Lewes, we hold seven selected two-day sales each year where we offer the most important items in every category. All sale catalogues are available on the main Gorringes website so you can easily see what is currently on offer and the results of past sales at the click of a mouse. For these selected sales, the internet coverage is fully-illustrated as a supplement to the conventional printed glossy catalogue which is also available. In addition to this, live bidding online is available for all North Street auctions, making every sale an international event.

In addiition our highly popular weekly sales at Garden Street in Lewes (held every Monday excluding Bank Holidays), include a wide selection of antiques from £40 to £1,000. You can view a listing of the weekly auctions online where you will regularly find up to 900 lots of antiques, modern collectables, ceramics, jewellery, pictures, silver and furniture at affordable prices.

This versatility, combined with a personal service tailored to our clients’ specific requirements, makes Gorringes the only auctioneers you will ever need to call on.

Previous Lots Sold
A Pilkington’s Royal Lancastrian lustre ‘galleon’ vase, H 10.5in - Sold for £1,200
A Ralph Wood II pearlware figure of Chaucer, circa 1800, H 12.25in - Sold for £750
Two similar Chinese famille rose hexagonal baluster vases, Daoguang period, H 16in Sold for £7,500
JARDINE (Sir William) – The Naturalist’s Library, 40 vols, London, Henry G. Bohn and Edinburgh, W.H. Lizars, 1853-60 - Sold for £2,200
An extremely rare Queen Anne Vigo five-guinea gold piece, 1703 - Sold for £240,000
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