Ross’s of Belfast

Ross’s are an auction house in Northern Ireland.

Based in central Belfast, they hold monthly specialist sales of Irish paintings and jewellery & watches as well as weekly sales of antiques & furniture. They also offer house clearances and valuations.


Worcester mug rides crest of bidding wave

23 September 2019

While typically it is the very earliest pieces of Worcester porcelain from the 1750s that excite the market, there is always great interest in documentary pieces.


Ballyconneely view adds £6200 to the bottom line in Belfast

10 January 2013

The top lot at Ross’s sale in Belfast on December 5 was this painting ‘Ballyconneely Pony Show’ by Kenneth Webb (b.1927).

No trouble selling Conor’s mill...

17 April 2003

Sensible estimates coupled with lots of good -quality material were the key to success at Ross’s (12.5% buyer’s premium) in Belfast on March 5. The 252-lot catalogue, from which 90 per cent of pictures were sold by value, taking a hammer total of £350,000, had something to suit all pockets and auctioneer Daniel Clarke felt it to be the sort of sale in which it would have been “impossible not to have found something you like”.