A message from John:
Today it is as difficult as ever to predict consequences for UK businesses as operating costs spiral higher. However we are optimistic as we see cash moving into tangibles. In fact we have never been busier.
The salerooms’ buyer premium windfall may be coming to an end as some are struggling with increasing costs, problems with recruiting the most knowledgeable staff, and the shortage of high quality items.
The future remains bright for the established and experienced trade with whom customers will find expertise, personal cooperation, and certainly no hidden fees, compromise in the standard of services offered, euphemistic descriptions etc.
We are searching from Aberdeen to Land’s End to find interesting items for you.
A particularly fine and large eighteenth-century tripod has come our way.
Check it out below:
William & Mary Walnut Double Dome Bureau Bookcase / Cabinet
Pair Of Regency Style Ebonised Window Seats
Large Regency Period Mahogany Dining Table
Exceptional Regency Bonheur Du Jour Attributed To John Maclean
George III Mahogany Partner’s Desk
17th Century Oak Refectory Table, Charles II Period
18th Century Rococo Carved Giltwood Mirror
At Box House you can always be sure of a welcome. Keep well.
John, Alex, Helen, Toto & Winnie