Aylsham auctioneers have big plans for 2016

Just Regional
Nov 30, 2015 1 min read

Aylsham auction house Keys has announced a massively expanded programme of sales for 2016 – reflecting increasing demand, especially from online bidders.

From January 2106, Keys Fine Art Auctioneers will hold fortnightly antiques and interiors sales throughout the year.  These sales will include ceramics, pictures, books, maps, ephemera, silver, jewellery, clocks and watches, toys and collectables and militaria.

The auctioneer will also hold three, three-day fine sales during the year, incorporating fine quality furniture, books, pictures, jewellery and antiques.  In addition, there will be two East Anglian Art Sales and a number of specialist auctions such as sporting and taxidermy and ornithology.

 At the same time, Keys has announced a major four-day Country House sale in April on behalf of Ron Fiske of Morningthorpe Manor in Norfolk.  This sale will take place in Keys’ Aylsham salerooms.

Keys director and general manager Kevin Lines said: “This represents a big change to the way that we do things at Keys but we have never been shy of adopting new ideas and adapting what we do to an ever-changing world.”

The 2016 sales diary is available from

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