STUART DEVLIN SILVER – HISTORY & VALUATIONS

Stuart Devlin Silver Valuations and Sales

We specialise in the valuation and sale of Stuart Devlin silver and have a wide network of clients looking to buy pieces from private collections.

The sad passing of Devlin in 2018 has meant that prices for his work have increased in some cases, especially for larger pieces such as candelabra and centrepieces.  

We can advise the value of your Stuart Devlin silver and help you find the best place to sell it, taking care of all the administration and logistics too.  So if you have a piece of Devlin silver and you would like a valuation please contact us for more information.

stuart devlin worth

Stuart Devlin began developing his own style while releasing limited editions of Christmas boxes and Easter eggs crafted with many forms and textures. New collections were released annually and showcased in his gallery on Conduit Street in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In his prime he adapted new techniques and experimented with different textures.

In 1982, Her Majesty the Queen granted Stuart Devlin the Royal Warrant of Appointment as Goldsmith and Jeweller. He served as Prime Warden from 1996 to 1997 of the Goldsmith’s Company and worked to help establish careers of upcoming goldsmiths and jewellers.

He is also known for his interior design, furniture design, and jewellery. Many commissioned pieces exist in various forms like bowls, goblets, clocks, trophies, and centrepieces. He is renowned as a coin designer, having made coins and medals for 36 different countries. His designs were used in coins for the 2000 Olympic Games and for Australian national medals.

His London workshop is now closed, and he is unable to draw after suffering from a stroke in 2014. He is celebrated as one of the most revered and talented goldsmiths and silversmiths in the world. The torch for the London 2012 Olympic Games was crafted as a tribute to his influence on British design.

What affects the value of Stuart Devlin silver?

stuart devlin jewellery

Stuart Devlin jewellery

Very few pieces of Stuart Devlin jewellery ever come to the market.  As a result they are always sought after and can command high prices.  Marketing Stuart Devlin jewellery is not something every auction house is capable of (despite what they say) so selecting the right saleroom is key.

Macallan Whisky Worth

Goblets and drinking vessels

By far the most common Stuart Devlin pieces to come to market are drinking vessels.  Champagne flutes, goblets, wine cups and many others are all widely known of.  Although not really collectable, there is a good market for them as pieces of practical modern design.

stuart devlin silver for sale

Boxes and desk accessories

Items that can sit on a desk, such as boxes, inkwells, and novelty forms, are highly sought after.  Boxes in particular are very commercial.  As the covers of boxes are often flat, they can be susceptible to collecting a lot of dust and you need to be careful not to use and strong detergents to clean them (compressed air is best).

what is stuart devlin silver worth

Centrepieces

By far the most commercial pieces of Stuart Devlin silver are centrepieces and candelabra.  These can often be monumental in scale, holding dozens of candles.  As many were commissions they rarely come to market as they are often with the original owner who do not want to part with them.  When they do appear for sale they can sell for tens of thousands.

Macallan Whisky Worth

Stuart Devlin eggs

The range of Stuart Devlin Christmas boxes and Easter eggs are very collectable.  Although mostly worth hundreds, not thousands, this actually works in their favour as they are the ‘entry point’ to Devlin silver for lots of collectors.  To get the best price they must retain their original outer box and be in very good condition.

stuart devlin value

Gilding

Most pieces of Stuart Devlin silver have a gilded element on them.  This must be in perfect condition and without any signs of rubbing or wear.  The main reason for this is that the gilding is very expensive to restore, often require the entire piece to be disassembled and totally re-gilded.  

Stuart Devlin Silver Valuations and Sales

We specialise in the valuation and sale of Stuart Devlin silver and have a wide network of clients looking to buy pieces from private collections.

The sad passing of Devlin in 2018 has meant that prices for his work have increased in some cases, especially for larger pieces such as candelabra and centrepieces.  

We can advise the value of your Stuart Devlin silver and help you find the best place to sell it, taking care of all the administration and logistics too.  So if you have a piece of Devlin silver and you would like a valuation please contact us for more information.

stuart devlin worth

What affects the value of Stuart Devlin silver?

Stuart Devlin began developing his own style while releasing limited editions of Christmas boxes and Easter eggs crafted with many forms and textures. New collections were released annually and showcased in his gallery on Conduit Street in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In his prime he adapted new techniques and experimented with different textures.

In 1982, Her Majesty the Queen granted Stuart Devlin the Royal Warrant of Appointment as Goldsmith and Jeweller. He served as Prime Warden from 1996 to 1997 of the Goldsmith’s Company and worked to help establish careers of upcoming goldsmiths and jewellers.

He is also known for his interior design, furniture design, and jewellery. Many commissioned pieces exist in various forms like bowls, goblets, clocks, trophies, and centrepieces. He is renowned as a coin designer, having made coins and medals for 36 different countries. His designs were used in coins for the 2000 Olympic Games and for Australian national medals.

His London workshop is now closed, and he is unable to draw after suffering from a stroke in 2014. He is celebrated as one of the most revered and talented goldsmiths and silversmiths in the world. The torch for the London 2012 Olympic Games was crafted as a tribute to his influence on British design.

stuart devlin jewellery

Stuart Devlin jewellery

Very few pieces of Stuart Devlin jewellery ever come to the market.  As a result they are always sought after and can command high prices.  Marketing Stuart Devlin jewellery is not something every auction house is capable of (despite what they say) so selecting the right saleroom is key.

Macallan Whisky Worth

Goblets and drinking vessels

By far the most common Stuart Devlin pieces to come to market are drinking vessels.  Champagne flutes, goblets, wine cups and many others are all widely known of.  Although not really collectable, there is a good market for them as pieces of practical modern design.

stuart devlin silver for sale

Boxes and desk accessories

Items that can sit on a desk, such as boxes, inkwells, and novelty forms, are highly sought after.  Boxes in particular are very commercial.  As the covers of boxes are often flat, they can be susceptible to collecting a lot of dust and you need to be careful not to use and strong detergents to clean them (compressed air is best).

what is stuart devlin silver worth

Centrepieces

By far the most commercial pieces of Stuart Devlin silver are centrepieces and candelabra.  These can often be monumental in scale, holding dozens of candles.  As many were commissions they rarely come to market as they are often with the original owner who do not want to part with them.  When they do appear for sale they can sell for tens of thousands.

Macallan Whisky Worth

Stuart Devlin eggs

The range of Stuart Devlin Christmas boxes and Easter eggs are very collectable.  Although mostly worth hundreds, not thousands, this actually works in their favour as they are the ‘entry point’ to Devlin silver for lots of collectors.  To get the best price they must retain their original outer box and be in very good condition.

stuart devlin value

Gilding

Most pieces of Stuart Devlin silver have a gilded element on them.  This must be in perfect condition and without any signs of rubbing or wear.  The main reason for this is that the gilding is very expensive to restore, often require the entire piece to be disassembled and totally re-gilded.  

FREE STUART DEVLIN VALUATIONS

If you would like a free, no obligation valuation of your Stuart Devlin silver please use the form below.

You can also email details about your Stuart Devlin silver to [email protected] or call us on 01477 410893

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Stuart Devlin Silver

The History of Stuart Devlin

Stuart Devlin is a world-renowned goldsmith and silversmith. Born in Australia in 1931, he established his reputation as a London designer primarily from the 1960s through the 1980s.

He started his career as an Australian art teacher who specialized in gold and silver work. In 1958, he studied at the Royal College of Art in London, and he also studied at Columbia University during a two-year fellowship in the United States. He won a prestigious competition to design coins for the Australian government in 1964, which gained him fame and success. He opened a London workshop in 1965.

Stuart Devlin began developing his own style while releasing limited editions of Christmas boxes and Easter eggs crafted with many forms and textures. New collections were released annually and showcased in his gallery on Conduit Street in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In his prime he adapted new techniques and experimented with different textures.

Stuart Devlin began developing his own style while releasing limited editions of Christmas boxes and Easter eggs crafted with many forms and textures. New collections were released annually and showcased in his gallery on Conduit Street in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In his prime he adapted new techniques and experimented with different textures.

In 1982, Her Majesty the Queen granted Stuart Devlin the Royal Warrant of Appointment as Goldsmith and Jeweller. He served as Prime Warden from 1996 to 1997 of the Goldsmith’s Company and worked to help establish careers of upcoming goldsmiths and jewellers.

He is also known for his interior design, furniture design, and jewellery. Many commissioned pieces exist in various forms like bowls, goblets, clocks, trophies, and centrepieces. He is renowned as a coin designer, having made coins and medals for 36 different countries. His designs were used in coins for the 2000 Olympic Games and for Australian national medals.

His London workshop is now closed, and he is unable to draw after suffering from a stroke in 2014. He is celebrated as one of the most revered and talented goldsmiths and silversmiths in the world. The torch for the London 2012 Olympic Games was crafted as a tribute to his influence on British design.

Stuart Devlin Silver

The History of Stuart Devlin

Stuart Devlin is a world-renowned goldsmith and silversmith. Born in Australia in 1931, he established his reputation as a London designer primarily from the 1960s through the 1980s.

He started his career as an Australian art teacher who specialized in gold and silver work. In 1958, he studied at the Royal College of Art in London, and he also studied at Columbia University during a two-year fellowship in the United States. He won a prestigious competition to design coins for the Australian government in 1964, which gained him fame and success. He opened a London workshop in 1965.

Stuart Devlin began developing his own style while releasing limited editions of Christmas boxes and Easter eggs crafted with many forms and textures. New collections were released annually and showcased in his gallery on Conduit Street in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In his prime he adapted new techniques and experimented with different textures.

Stuart Devlin began developing his own style while releasing limited editions of Christmas boxes and Easter eggs crafted with many forms and textures. New collections were released annually and showcased in his gallery on Conduit Street in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In his prime he adapted new techniques and experimented with different textures.

In 1982, Her Majesty the Queen granted Stuart Devlin the Royal Warrant of Appointment as Goldsmith and Jeweller. He served as Prime Warden from 1996 to 1997 of the Goldsmith’s Company and worked to help establish careers of upcoming goldsmiths and jewellers.

He is also known for his interior design, furniture design, and jewellery. Many commissioned pieces exist in various forms like bowls, goblets, clocks, trophies, and centrepieces. He is renowned as a coin designer, having made coins and medals for 36 different countries. His designs were used in coins for the 2000 Olympic Games and for Australian national medals.

His London workshop is now closed, and he is unable to draw after suffering from a stroke in 2014. He is celebrated as one of the most revered and talented goldsmiths and silversmiths in the world. The torch for the London 2012 Olympic Games was crafted as a tribute to his influence on British design.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

We have helped sell hundreds of items for our clients.  You can read their reviews by searching Google, Yell or Facebook for Mark Littler.  Here is just a selection.

Helpful, knowledgeable, professional and got me a good deal with the minimum of effort.Great communication and an easy trustworthy person to deal with.I would definitely recommend Mark and have no hesitation in dealing with him again.Many thanks from Mel Cross.
Mel Cross
Mel Cross
17:04 26 Jun 17
I had some old coins to sell, and had no real idea how to get the best price for them. Mark found a buyer who paid a fair price, better than I would have got at either auction or to a 'cash for gold' type company. Whole process was fast, professional and of all, lucrative!
martin corlett-moss
martin corlett-moss
08:13 18 May 17
Great service from Mark Littler. Very nice and extremely helpful. Always kept in contact and made the process an easy one. Would definitely recommend to anyone selling any bottle.
Emily Foulds
Emily Foulds
08:06 26 Jun 17
Mark has been a great help and has offered a service that I haven't come across before. He presents different options and explains procedures very clearly. He has been patient and encouraging with my questions. I love his enthusiasm and his obvious expertise and knowledge. The icing on the cake! He comes to my house, takes away things (that have some value) I don't want anymore and sells them for me. He makes it so easy.
Christine Chevalier
Christine Chevalier
17:50 05 Mar 17
Mark was honest, straight forward and very knowledgable. He gave excellent advice on which he followed through. Outstanding, Thank you.
george Coventry
george Coventry
08:57 27 Jun 17
Mark delivered a superb service from start to finish. I was unsure about many things at the beginning of the process, and he helped me come to the right decision without rushing me or making me feel under 'sales' pressure. His knowledge is outstanding. Highly recommended.
carolyne osner
carolyne osner
07:41 21 Jul 17
Mark took the time to listen and understand what I wanted to do re the sale of my furniture and was proactive in finding me a good buyer. Sale went through quickly and with no hitches. A very good service overall.
Steve Carr
Steve Carr
10:50 30 Jul 17
Mark was very helpful and professional. He knows a lot about his antiques and was very honest about our deal. He was very organised and prompt when we met and everything went through smoothly. Great service, would be happy to deal with him again anytime.Thankyou MarkDavid
David Brickell
David Brickell
09:25 31 Jul 17
Mark sold a cask of whisky which I had inherited and did not know what to do with. The offer I got through Mark was much higher than the distillery had offered me and the whole process was simple and best of all, profitable! He explained all of the steps I needed to take in a straightforward manner and no question was too small for him to answer. Well recommended.
James Harwood
James Harwood
10:34 01 Aug 17
Mark has been brilliant since the very first email through to payment. I had contacted a few people about some whiskey and port I had for sale and he was by far the most professional. He achieved a price three times the amount I had been offered by someone in London. I would highly recommend speaking to Mark before you commit to selling anywhere else!
Vanessa Sweeney
Vanessa Sweeney
09:14 07 Sep 17
Mark is likeable, professional, reliable and his fee basis is 'transparent' and fair. He came up with a buyer for our art print without delay. He offers sound advice on various routes to market. Recommended!
G Green
G Green
15:43 24 Sep 17
An exemplary service. Mark demonstrated he has superb knowledge combined with excellent industry contacts. First class communications, trustworthy and a thoroughly professional approach from start to finish. Mark obtained a fantastic result for a piece of rare silver for me and offered additional advice and guidance to help further my hobby. I will definitely be using his services again and recommend that you do the same.
Andrew Wilkin
Andrew Wilkin
14:18 11 Oct 17
Mark was very helpful and knew just where to place our items for sale. Cutlery went very quickly, silver goblets went to auction and sold for more than we expected. We would certainly use Mark again and we would happily recommend him to others.
John Ayling
John Ayling
12:47 25 Oct 17
Mark is most professional whilst being friendly and helpful - a rare combination. My experience involved a Lowry print which he advised on and helped me with in a way that put me totally at ease. He advises without any pressure and his charging system is totally clear and very fair. Go to Mark and you can be assured that he will help you by securing the best outcome for you. I have been more than impressed!
Chris Eyre
Chris Eyre
09:23 17 Nov 17
For some time I have had a bottle of whisky which I thought might be valuable. I contacted Mark Littler and within a few days he had found a buyer and had arranged a very good price for me. Everything about the operation was professional and Mark himself was friendly and most knowledgeable. In a deal like this you have to have an honest and reliable agent and Mark most certainly is. I would recommend his services to anyone.
Peter Fergus
Peter Fergus
16:58 04 Dec 17
I have just sold a large cask of Arran whisky I purchased in 1996 after finding Mark's website and comparing his service to other brokers.I could not be happier with the sale price, it was substantial and approx two thousand more than the next best offer. Mark is very helpful and has excellent communication skills. The sale went very smoothly and promptly.I would not hesitate to use his services again and recommend him to any other sellers of high value casks.
Ivan Anton
Ivan Anton
11:01 11 Jan 18
Mark was very helpful and professional from initial valuation to finished sale. He sold an item on my behalf to a third party with the minimum of effort on my part. Good communication at all stages and has proven to be an easy and trustworthy person to deal with. I would very much recommend Mark to anyone else with valuable items to sell.
David Wilson
David Wilson
19:41 14 Feb 18
Mark is extremely trustworthy, friendly, patient and honest and demonstrated a superb knowledge and enthusiasm for all the items he sold for us. He has great industry contacts and gave excellent advice and communication throughout the entire process. I would highly recommend Mark and would certainly use his services again!
Jennifer Angus
Jennifer Angus
13:35 01 Mar 18
Mark was highly knowledgeable, extremely pleasant and totally efficient. The service was professional and fast and Mark kept us informed as to exactly what would happen and when....great result for all concerned. Very pleased to have the opportunity to write this review and would have no hesitation recommending Mark to anyone.
Brian Booth
Brian Booth
07:37 13 Mar 18
Mark has been an enormous help to me in selling two bottles of whisky which I bought many years ago but are now too valuable just to drink! He obtained an offer for them which, at first, I could not believe. However, the money is now in my bank account waiting for me to decide what to spend it on. I would highly recommend Mark's professional and very friendly approach as well as his prompt attention to any email or text enquiries. I would not hesitate to use his services again.
Margaret Ross
Margaret Ross
14:26 28 Mar 18
From my initial contact with Mark the whole experience of selling my cask of 1989 Macallan Whisky has been a breeze. Mark was very helpful, exceedingly dedicated and totally professional at all times.It was an excellent service provided at a very reasonable cost. Mark obtained a fantastic six-figure sum for my cask which I am completely over the moon with.I would not hesitate to recommend his services to others.
Tim Johnson
Tim Johnson
10:42 24 Apr 18
A seamless experience from start to finish with Mark and an absolute pleasure to deal with. Nothing was too much trouble and a very fast response time. Incredibly professional, organised and customer service was outstanding - a rare find these days. Will continue to sell other items through Mark and wouldn't hesitate to recommend his services.
Jane Kenyon
Jane Kenyon
08:48 27 Apr 18
From the initial engagement through to sale and after service, Mark provided a reliable and professional service. He was very knowledgeable and kept us fully informed through every step of the sale. He has a good network of contacts and was able to arrange the sale of our Whiskey quickly and obtained a fantastic result. Would be happy to do business with him again and would recommend his services.
Neil George
Neil George
08:58 03 May 18
I had a signed limited edition print to sell and although I had an idea of its approximate value I had no idea how best to achieve that figure. I contacted Mark and he advised me on the possible options and made some suggestions that I agreed with. He was professional, knowledgeable and friendly throughout the process and I was very pleased to receive just short of the figure we had originally discussed. I would recommend Mark to anyone.
Darell Hitchen
Darell Hitchen
18:09 29 May 18
I have sold one of my whiskey through Mark. Easy communication, fast replies. Mark gave me better price than auctions and anyone else. Very happy with the price and transaction. Will use it again very soon. Highly recommended.
Miloslav Petrik
Miloslav Petrik
10:36 01 Jun 18
Such a wonderfully easy to use service, Mark has been knowledgeable and so helpful throughout, a pleasure to deal with. From initially just sending a quick email to a completely unknown person online asking about the value of a bottle of whisky I'd been keeping hold of I have now had a great offer on it, a simple. quick and easy courier service to send it out and have quickly been paid, with very acceptable fees for Mark's service. Very very highly recommended!
Andy Buncall
Andy Buncall
11:10 13 Jul 18
Mark has sold a bottle of whiskey for me (I bought it in 1987, but never got round to drinking) realising a 4000% profit - very much above my expectations.From my initial email the whole experience has been unbelievably smooth and stress free.His service is very professional with the whole transaction from signing the contract to the money being in my account taking less than a week.He must have good contacts who pay him promptly - a good sign that he knows the market.He kept me well informed about progress and was very knowledgeable about my item.This is a more reliable sales route than auctions and the commission is half of what an auction house would charge.I would not hesitate to recommend Mark to anybody wanting to sell a valuable whiskey item and based on my experience would imagine he would offer a brilliant service for other antique items.
Terry Payne
Terry Payne
12:46 26 Jul 18
An extremely helpful & professional service. Mark was always ready with advice on procedures, most of which were a totally new experience for meMy whiskey cask sale was effectively prossessed and I had every confidence that matters were dealt with efficiently. Selling my cask was a completely new experience and without Mark’s help I do not think I could have managed such a satisfying outcome. If I ever have to repeat the process I would happily engage his services again
Roger Martin
Roger Martin
14:03 08 Aug 18
I approached Mark with some trepidation about the sale of a cask of whisky having no idea how to sell it. Mark is eminently knowledgeable about the resale process and before long had secured a very good offer. I was very impressed with the way Mark communicated during the process, he kept me up to date with regular calls and dealt with all the legal aspects of the sale. Well worth a five star rating and I would not hesitate to use Mark's services again.
Christopher Hine
Christopher Hine
11:12 10 Aug 18
We recently decided to sell several casks of whisky that were left as an inheritance. Looking around online for alternatives we contacted Mark to see if a better price could be obtained than was offered by the distillery. Mark obtained a far better deal with a third party and very patiently and professionally guided us through the sales process, answering all our queries and concerns. Highly recommended.
Angus Macrae
Angus Macrae
10:40 18 Aug 18
I just recently worked with Mark from the USA. I sent him a print that I was interested in selling and, he made the experience seem so effortless. Not only did he find a top price for my print, he was also incredibly courteous, professional and attentive to my needs as a seller. I would highly recommend his services. Thank you, Mark!
Francesca Pardini
Francesca Pardini
22:30 29 Aug 18
Mark arranged for the sale of a bottle of whisky which I had. The whole process was made extremely easy down to him sending the packaging for me to send the bottle to him. A good price was achieved and the money paid directly into my account. The whole process took just over a week.
David Hampshire
David Hampshire
22:20 09 Sep 18
Fantastic service. 100% trustworthy. I had a rare bottle of whiskey given to me by a relative. You could say a forgotten bottle of whiskey! Mark found me buyer and a great price.Use him, he is great.
Stuart Bennet
Stuart Bennet
07:27 19 Sep 18
Having been disappointed with the offer made by the distillery for my Cask of Whisky I contacted Mark Littler. I was immediately impressed by his knowledge of the market and his enthusiastic approach. I wasn’t to be disappointed as the sale of the Cask from start to finish was impeccably handled by Mark and an excellent price was obtained, far in excess of that offered by the distillery. Mark Littler gives a very reliable and personal service that is hard to find these days and I have no hesitation in highly recommending him.
Anthony Harris
Anthony Harris
14:40 06 Oct 18
Fabulous experience. Mark provided a professional and incredibly knowledgeable service. He obtained a much better price for a bottle of whisky i wanted to sell than I could have got anywhere else. I highly recommend Mark, just could not be better. Thank you Mark.
John McCaig
John McCaig
10:20 01 Nov 18
I recently engaged with Mark in order to sell a bottle of 1968, 18 year old Macallan, whiskey. Mark's advice, patience and speedy completion were flawless. I would not hesitate to use him again.
John Townsley
John Townsley
15:49 15 Nov 18
Mark was extremely helpful and a pleasure to deal with. I would recommend him for his trustworthiness, knowledge and patience and advice on sale goods as well as non sale goods. I endorse all the previous comments.
Karen Irving
Karen Irving
20:48 28 Nov 18
I had several bottles of unwanted whisky which Mark turned into a decent amount of cash in a remarkable 20 days from my first e-mail. Great service from a good bloke who knows his stuff and also how to deal with people. I would not hesitate use his services again.
Kenny Mitchell
Kenny Mitchell
23:17 30 Nov 18
After inheriting a bottle of Whiskey I inadvertently realised it might be worth a bit more than the run of the mill Whiskey so started my search. Prices on line vary widely and I'd no idea of how to go about selling such an item. I was lucky enough to find Mark Littler through a google search - and took confidence in the many positive reviews.a few messages later and Mark managed to get me a fair and good price for the Whiskey. Good communication and ease of the transaction were important to me and I wasn't disappointed at any time. Thank you Mark!
Peter Boys
Peter Boys
08:15 04 Dec 18
We contacted Mark for a price on a specific item. He rapidly came up with an offer that we accepted. He proposed an agreement that, after a few questions we signed. Within a few days he had visited us and collected the item. After a further six working days he had completed the sale and the cash was in our bank account. We were very pleased with the service.
Peter Aspinall
Peter Aspinall
21:43 17 Dec 18
I found Mark's details online after looking to sell a collectable bottle of whiskey. I was going to use a well know auction site but Mark secured an offer higher than the highest estimation from any auction house, within days, even after the 10% commission was deducted. Communication was perfect; punctual, to the point and polite. Collection and delivery were taken care of by Mark and instruction was clear and easy to follow. Payment was received to my bank within days of posting the bottle. I can't recommend Mark enough, he runs a tight ship gets top end offers from his clients and delivers quickly. Perfect. Many thanks.
Rod Fountain
Rod Fountain
17:15 18 Jan 19
Mark helped us to sell our limited edition, signed L S Lowry print. On receipt of photos of the print he very quickly contacted likely buyers to initiate offers and we were very satisfied with the price agreed which was as good as a London auctioneer's estimate. We then arranged a rendezvous near my home for the handover and Mark was kind enough to give me some very good advice about other pictures in our collection and the market generally. Overall, Mark provides an excellent service.
John Lister
John Lister
16:05 25 Jan 19
Mark has been very helpful in helping me sell a bottle of whisky which was given to my father many years ago. He was very professional, and was always quick to reply to any of my questions. Not knowing anything about whisky, Mark was there to offer some good advice and I believe he is very knowledgeable about his work. The sale was done very quick, and the money was in my bank account the next day. I would highly recommend his services.
Kim Hendrickx
Kim Hendrickx
16:56 01 Feb 19
I had some Robert Thompson ‘mouseman’ furniture to sell and contacted Mark for help and advice. He is very approachable, gave good realistic advice and quickly arranged a sale for me including collection. I was very pleased with the ease of the arrangements and would not hesitate to recommend him.
Helen Wilson
Helen Wilson
12:53 07 Feb 19
Wow, what a refreshing change it was to meet Mark . He was the consummate professional with an approachable and warm personality who clearly had an in depth knowledge of his subject which he used to give me a first class service when I wanted to sell a whisky collection. For anyone who is considering any similar specialist whisky transactions I can certainly recommend him without reservation and, if you do use his services, you will realise why I have given him this glowing feedback - thank you Mark.
Duncan Chambers
Duncan Chambers
14:27 25 Feb 19
I am very grateful to Mark who has helped me obtain a good price for 2 vintage bottles of Macallan whisky. If I had the good fortune of some other bottles to sell I would not hesitate to use his services again. I was delighted with the outcome and would definitely recommend Mark and his expert services to others. Well done and THANKS.
Michael Pacynko
Michael Pacynko
20:28 20 Mar 19
Remarkable man. Remarkable service. The daunting prospect of how best to sell our cask of Macallan instead became a pleasure. Every aspect of the transaction was handled painlessly! Thank you Mark.
Ian Fellows
Ian Fellows
23:01 29 Mar 19
I found Mark details online and after reading the reviews I contacted his service. This was the first time I had ventured into anything like this so was unsure of the process and also apprehensive knowing that I would have to give someone else my products and I would have to trust them with it. Mark was brilliant, he was reassuring, kept in regular contact, explained the process thoroughly and I would definitely use his service again. I have even recommended his services to others.
Mike Taylor
Mike Taylor
08:01 05 Apr 19
Mark is a very professional person, with a passion for his work. He very quickly found a buyer. The whole process was smooth, efficient and fast. I will have no hesitation in using his services again and highly recommend him to anyone. I am happy that instead of gathering dust hidden away my tea set has gone to someone who has the time to appreciate its beauty.Thank you mark for facilitating the transaction.
Mel Smith
Mel Smith
18:31 05 Apr 19
Mark, Thank you for your professional and honest dealing with the sale of my whisky collection. You deserve the praise I am giving you as from my first contact I was completely comfortable to deal with you. Also you were very prompt in settling the account. I would not hesitate to recommend you to anyoneThank youJOHN GOSSHampshire
JOHN GOSS
JOHN GOSS
13:12 25 Apr 19
In the sale of our whisky casks Mark has been exemplaryHis honest advice and clear communication at every stage eased our path through the whole transaction. This, with the outstanding price he achieved for us, was more than impressive.We commend him highly to anyone with good whisky to sell.Thank you MarkEddie & AnitaYorkshire
Anita Walsh
Anita Walsh
12:20 06 May 19
Having received 5 separate quotes for my gold sovereigns, Mark got me the best price. I would have gone through Mark regardless though as his customer service and knowledge was brilliant. Thank you very much Mark.
Paul German
Paul German
19:41 07 May 19
A shame that there are only 5 stars to choose from. Mark was honest and encouraging, arranged everything on our behalf, sent through high quality materials and kept us informed every step of the way. Should we ever need a service like this again, there's only one person that we'll go to.
Kevin Moore
Kevin Moore
15:31 17 May 19
Mark is very easy to do business with and equally efficient. His service takes the effort and uncertainty away from the process and is makes life very easy. Mark helped us find a new home for a signed LS Lowry print and I'm very grateful for his help.
Greg Sharp
Greg Sharp
14:40 31 May 19
Having decided to sell our cask of Bruicladdich (which was held at the distillery), but with no idea how to do it, we approached Mark. He informed us of the process, both by email and over the ‘phone and then found a buyer prepared to offer significantly more than the distillery buy-back offer. Mark then arranged transfer of ownership and once that was completed we were promptly paid. Thank you Mark, we couldn’t have done this without you and we were pleased to find that you lived up to you many excellent reviews! D. Lee, A. Payne and A.Thompson
Adrian Thompson
Adrian Thompson
07:51 14 Jun 19
I know nothing about whisky, but Mark certainly does. Fantastic service - friendly, efficient and I felt trustworthy. There is no pressure from Mark to sell, just the opposite. Highly recommend and I hope I have reason to do business with him again.
Catherine Hurst
Catherine Hurst
15:22 14 Jun 19
Mark conducted a high value sale transaction for me acting as broker. A complex process, clearly explained at each step of the way. Great communication and willing to go the extra mile when it mattered. Entirely trustworthy and highly recommended.
Mark Williams
Mark Williams
09:01 24 Jun 19