Fellows was founded as Fellows & Sons in 1876 and is one of the oldest auction houses and valuers in the UK. Based in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter in Augusta House, Fellows specialise in a number of fields such as jewellery, coins, silver, medals and watches.
The firm also provides insurance and probate valuations.
They said what?! The week (5-12 Dec) in quotes from the art and antiques world11 December 2016
In our weekend series, Antiques Trade Gazette brings you a selection of quotes from dealers, auctioneers, collectors and others – from ivory inlays to a tsunami.
Forum and Fellows join forces for jewellery auction in London07 November 2016
Forum Auctions and Fellows are to join forces for a jewellery sale in London at the end of this month.
Hermès Birkin: still the handbag of choice at auction12 October 2016
The original ‘It’ bag, a Hermès Birkin, has proved yet again that it remains the world’s most desirable bag after setting an auction record for Fellows Auctioneers this week.
Amber necklaces take top spot at Birmingham auction08 September 2016
Buyers at a recent Fellows auction in Birmingham showed the strength in the market for amber.
Fellows move to larger London offices and expand their team12 August 2016
Fellows are moving their London office from Queen Street to Hill Street, just off Berkeley Square.
2015 totals: the auctioneers’ view13 January 2016
Totals dip across top provincial salerooms13 January 2016
Despite some welcome exceptions, 2015 proved a unspectacular year for Britain and Ireland’s regional fine art auctioneers with one in three salerooms experiencing a fall in sales.
Blue John shines in the Midlands14 October 2015
After viewing events in London, Derbyshire and at the Antiques for Everyone fair in Birmingham, Fellows held their much-anticipated Blue John Sale in the Jewellery Quarter last week.
Blue john bonanza at Fellows in Birmingham19 August 2015
Quite possibly the largest sale of Derbyshire blue john ever held is going under the hammer at Fellows of Birmingham.
Bloody Mary spoon creates a stir at £10,80026 September 2014
The quarterly auction of silver and plated wares held by Fellows in the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter on September 22 included a family collection of eight apostle spoons formed several generations ago.
Art Deco brooch – ‘all good’30 January 2014
This Art Deco 18ct gold Egyptian Revival gem-set winged scarab brooch with rose-cut diamonds will appear in the Antique & Modern Jewellery sale being held by Fellows of Birmingham.
Rolex watch stirs wartime memories and sells at £24,00007 May 2013
Fellows’ latest quarterly Vintage & Modern Wristwatch auction included a rare 1940s Rolex Oyster, the so-called ‘monobloc’ chronograph.
Portraits from an artist’s studio30 November 2012
Fellows of Birmingham will include paintings from the studio of portraitist Howard James Morgan (b.1949) in their next sale on December 11.
Celebrating Horner of Halifax28 September 2012
Among the submissions considered for the Radio 4’s popular series ‘A History of the World in 100 Objects’ were two modest pieces of silver and enamel Art Nouveau-style jewellery by Charles Horner (1837-96) of Halifax – the local jeweller turned international manufacturer who through mass-production methods, innovative designs and marketing genius took high fashion to the masses.
Fellows open an office in Mayfair13 September 2012
Birmingham-based auctioneers Fellows have opened a valuation office in London.
Swiss clock makes first appearance at UK auction29 August 2012
Suspended in a bubble of Baccarat crystal and powered only by temperature change, this Atmos 561 mechanical clock will become the first of its model to be offered at auction in the UK when it goes on sale at Fellows of Birmingham on September 3.
Stock from London’s oldest pawnbrokers12 July 2012
A large sale of jewellery and watches from Suttons & Robertsons, London’s oldest pawnbrokers, is to be offered at Fellows of Birmingham on July 16.
Watch out for catalogues with 360° coverage09 July 2012
Fellows auctioneers are going full circle to make life easier when using their online catalogue.
Provinces pack a punch with new raft of coin sales11 April 2012
WHILE London auctions saw a 25% rise in value for 2011, sales outside the capital have also been growing.
Fellows set their sights on London29 October 2007
Fellows & Sons, the Birmingham-based auctioneers and valuers, are to expand their operation to London and have appointed Richard Slater to spearhead the initiative.