Antiques News


3rd July 2019
Head shot of Annette Dennis

Annette Dennis

Kivells have recently had the pleasure of celebrating a fantastic long service achievement for a special member of staff in Holsworthy.

19th March 2019



General Household Furniture


Tuesday 19 March 2019



391 Antiques & Household Furniture – Auctioneer Andrew Varney

16th March 2019

Kivells Weekly furniture sale saw over 400 lots top at £75 for a double bed with other leading lots at £62,£59, & £50 from one clearance from North Cornwall.

5th March 2019

Kivells Antiques & Household sales team saw a smaller entry of 341 lots for their sale on Tuesday.

Top call of the day was an Oak Bergere Sofa which reached £120 on behalf of Messrs Newell of Maple Walk in East Sussex and purchased by one buyer from Dolton in Northern Devon. 

A wonderful selection of postcards in from Launceston hit £100 going off to Exeter whilst the best of the Pine Dressers hit £50. 

1st March 2019

Kivells Antiques Department had a
superb dispersal sale on Tuesday at
Holsworthy with a 'Hunting Pink' coat
topping at £250.

26th February 2019

General Household Furniture 


Tuesday 26 February 2019


 329 Antiques & Household Furniture – Auctioneer Andrew Varney

19th February 2019

A smaller entry today saw spirited bidding from the crowd despite several regular purchasers missing due to the half term holiday.

Top call of the day was £65 given for a bench in from Camelford & Week St Mary Church with the same good home reaching £64 for similar. Messrs Fry of Tintagel saw their “Moroccan Table” reach £62 whilst other chairs came in from Camelford Church and hit £60 & £58.

12th February 2019

General Household Furniture


Tuesday 12 February 2019


 412 Household Furniture & Goods – Auctioneer Andrew Varney

8th January 2019

A nice entry of goods from homes throughout the Westcountry sold to a solid trade.  The best of a nice run of new jackets ranging between £15-£22 with the same home selling the best of their hammers to £14.  Messrs Jose of Bude sold the best of his collection of furniture at £35 for a collection of kitchen chairs with Chest of Drawers at £30 with another later in the sale at £32.  The pick of the beds came in from Messrs McDonald of Ashwater h