Source : Woolley and Wallis
|Description|| Woolley and Wallis is one of the U.K.'s most successful regional auction houses. Established in 1884, the house is located in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. Among its accomplishments is a record price for a U.K. regional auction, a Chinese jade carving that sold for £3.4 million.
Woolley and Wallis describe their specialties as "most areas of fine art, including antique furniture and works of art, clocks and scientific instruments, ceramics, glass and Asian works of art, oil paintings, watercolours, prints and books, silver, jewellery, spoons and 20th century design." The firm is also engaged in the real estate business.
Woolley and Wallis hosts two dedicated book auctions per year.
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