About Mulberry Bank Auctions
Our experienced staff have over 60 years' experience in the auction world. As an independent auction house we offer a professional service, but maintain a friendly and personal approach, treating each of our clients with the individual service they require.
Mulberry Bank Auctions takes its name from the large house which stood on the site of our original premises over 100 years ago. We have since moved to larger and more accessible premises, but retain the individual service we have become known for.
Mulberry Bank Auctions offer a full range of confidential and professional valuation services, for private clients, solicitors and executors alike.
We offer full written insurance, probate and current market valuations, as well as confirmation and updating of existing insurance policies.
We also offer valuations for the purpose of sale free of charge. Whether you have one piece of jewellery, or a house full of furniture and effects we provide a service to meet your needs.
We are happy to visit you at your home, or can welcome you to our premises if this is preferable. To make an appointment, please call us on 0141 225 8181 or email email@example.com
Collection And Delivery
We are happy to arrange the collection of items that you decide to sell at auction, using professional removal companies to bring the items into the saleroom.
We can arrange for small items, such as jewellery and coins, purchased at Antique and Collectable auctions to be delivered to you. They will be sent via Royal Mail recorded delivery and insured appropriately. This service is offered at the buyers cost and risk.
For larger items, we unfortunately are not able to offer this service, but we can recommend reputable companies to help you with this.
Mulberry Bank Auctions can provide a comprehensive service. Whether you need a whole or part house clearance our partners removal companies can assist. All saleable items are transported to the saleroom and entered into the next appropriate sale.
Not all items will be suitable for sale at auction but our partner removal companies are able to provide a disposal service for any un-saleable goods. For more information please call us on 0141 225 8181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
RETRO 1960'S FRENCH KITCHEN UNIT in three sections, the upper with a pair of cupboard doors flanked by shaped cupboard doors, the middle with central fall flap and a panel with continental power point and timer, flanked by shaped cupboard doors, the base with two central drawers above a pair of cupboard doors flanked by a pair of curved cupboard doors, standing on tapering chrome supports, the unit in cream and brown melamine with chrome handles, 176cm x 162.5cm
about Lot 428
CONNOISSEURS CHOICE MORTLACH 43 YEAR OLD SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in their Connoisseurs Choice range, 75cl and 70° Proof, distilled 1936, Red & Black label with some wear/discolouration and a few very small tears. Level upper shoulder. 1 bottle.
about Lot 36
VINTAGE SCOTTISH SHIPBUILDER'S BRASS PLAQUE marked 'No. 589 Scotts' Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. Ltd. Greenock', of rectangular form and mounted on wooden panel, 33cm x 50cm Note: The plaque is from yard 589, where Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering built the Diesel Naval Submarine, Trooper, in 1942. The firm was founded in 1711 and closed in 1993. The headquarters were in Greenock, Scotland and they built over 1250 ships on the Clyde.
about Lot 268
SPRINGBANK 1999 SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY - LAST BOTTLING OF THE 20th CENTURY aged 20 years in oak casks. 1 of only 57 bottles. A private bottling exclusively for the Shareholders, Directors and Staff of J.&A. Mitchell. Distilled by J.&A. Mitchell & Co. Ltd., Springbank Distillery, Campbeltown. With certificate and original box signed by Frank McHardy (General Manager). 70cl and 46% abv. Level mid/upper neck. 1 bottle
about Lot 38
A. HOLK Fishing boats in a swell, oil on canvas, signed, 19cm x 29cm
about Lot 443
OUTSTANDING RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING the central ruby cluster formed with four oval cut stones totalling approximately 2cts, in a surround of eight oval cut diamonds totalling approximately 3.2cts, on unmarked gold shank, ring size K
about Lot 34
CIRCULAR DANISH TEAK DINING TABLE AND CHAIR SUITE designed by Fren Rojle for Hans Olsen, comprising an extending dining table with a pull apart top revealing a fold out leaf, standing on tapering supports, 156cm extended, with four concealed slide under chairs with shaped backs above triangular leatherette seats, each standing on three tapering turned supports, together with two similar teak armchairs
about Lot 419
CHINESE VASE decorated with koi carp, with a pierced wood lid and six character mark to the base, 19.5cm high
about Lot 281
ERCOL LIGHT OAK DINING TABLE AND CHAIRS the table with a pull apart top and two extra leaves, standing on tapering supports, 225cm extended, together with a set of two carvers and four single Ercol stick back dining chairs, standing on turned supports
about Lot 488
CHATEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU SAINT-JULIEN 2005 12 bottles, Grande Cru Classe, in original wooden case, 75cl and 13%
about Lot 446