• SUMMER FINE ART

    18th July 2019

    SIR EDWIN HENRY LANDSEER (1802-1873)
    'Landscape with Shepherd and Sheep',
    oil on panel, 27.5cm x 45cm

    Estimate: £10,000-20,000

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  • SUMMER FINE ART

    18th July 2019

    PAUL STORR: A SILVER SOUP TUREEN AND COVER 
    the body bearing the crest of the Baillie Family
    London, 1836, 36.5cm wide (c. 95.8oz)

    Estimate: £10,000-20,000

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  • SUMMER FINE ART

    18th July 2019

    NORTH EUROPEAN KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY BOMBE COMMODE
    The front inlaid with Chinese figures in a landscape setting
    Provenance: Castlegar, County Galway, Ireland

    Estimate: £3,000-5,000

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  • SUMMER FINE ART

    18th July 2019

    FREDERICK WHITEHEAD (1853-1938)
    'Bulbarrow' 
    oil on canvas, 35cm x 55cm

    Estimate: £2,000-4,000

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  • The Space Sale

    21st - 28th July 2019

    A timed online-only auction to commemorate
    the 50th anniversary of man landing on the moon 

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  • ART & DESIGN POST 1850

    26th Septmeber 2019

    TERENCE CUNEO (1907-1996)
    'Ayelsford Newsprint'
    oil on canvas, 75cm x 100cm

    Estimate: £10,000-20,000

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  • ART & DESIGN POST 1850

    26th Septmeber 2019

    ROBERT 'MOUSEMAN' THOMPSON (1876-1955)
    Oak table and four chairs

    Estimate: £2,000-3,000

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  • A Taste of Luxury

    13th June 2019 

    TWO ROLEX OYSTER GMT MASTER WATCHES

    Sold for £28,125

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MOORCROFT AND 20TH CENTURY CERAMICS VALUATION EVENT

Dorset’s leading Fine Art Auctioneers Duke’s of Dorchester will be holding a specialist Moorcroft and 20th century Ceramics valuation event on Monday 22nd July at their state of the art premises in Brewery Square. Max Beaumont, Head of Art & Design, will be on hand between the hours of 10am – 1pm to offer free and confidential appraisals on single items or entire collections including Poole Pottery, Clarice Cliff and Moorcroft. He comments “The market for Moorcroft and 20th century ceramics remains remarkably popular with a broad range of buyers seeking the rare and unusual”. Duke’s recently featured an important exhibition quality Poole Pottery vase, designed by John Adams in the desirable Bush-Velt design, that stood an impressive 2ft (62cm) high. After fierce bidding in the saleroom, it sold for just under £10,000 including Buyers’ premium, making it one of the most expensive pieces of Poole Pottery believed to have ever been sold at auction. For further information, call 01305 265080 or email [email protected]



Welcome to Duke's

Welcome to the Dorchester Fine Art Salerooms, which are centrally located in the county town, close to the main Dorchester South railway station. 

Trains run hourly to London Waterloo (approximately 2 hours 30 minutes) and there are airports at Bournemouth and Exeter. The Saleroom is surrounded by an ample car park. If you require further information please contact the saleroom

Dorchester Fine Art Salerooms

Photography By Jonathan Gooding