Television antiques expert Tim Wonnacott will participate in a valuation roadshow event to raise funds and awareness for a Cambridgeshire based charity Tom's Trust
Television antiques expert Tim Wonnacott will participate in a valuation roadshow event to raise funds and awareness for a Cambridgeshire based charity. Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers will host the event from 10.30am-3pm on Friday 15 March 2019 in aid of Tom's Trust, founded in 2011 to support children with brain tumours and their families. The event takes place at Wyddial Hall, a stunning Grade II listed 16th century mansion situated north-east of Buntingford, East Hertfordshire, set in landscape by Humphrey Repton.
Television Antiques Expert, Tim Wonnacott
Tim’s talk, held twice during the event in the morning and afternoon, will be titled Auctions and Anecdotes - an entertaining journey through his life as a professional auctioneer of many years.
Meanwhile Sworders' experts will be on hand to offer complimentary auction valuations across a range of specialisms, including Asian art, ceramics and glass, furniture, jewellery, watches, luxury goods, paintings and prints, silver and works of art.
Stunning Grade II listed 16th century mansion, Wyddial Hall, situated north-east of Buntingford in Hertfordshire
A suggested minimum donation of £5 will be charged on entry, with all proceeds going to Tom’s Trust, alongside donations for the teas, coffees and delicious cakes that will be available throughout the day. Guests also have the opportunity to take part in the Tom’s Trust raffle - prizes include a hamper filled with goodies.
For any item consigned to auction during the event, a vendors commission of 17.5% will be donated to Tom’s Trust following the items’ sale.
For more information about this event, please contact Claire Hayter on 01279 817778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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