Friday 17th November 2017 - Della Bentham
Cash it in TV is an exciting new live auction concept. Find out more here.
Cash it in Tv, an exciting new live auction concept by two entrepreneurs Kim and John.
This fascinating new live auction concept, sees Kim, who has 41 year’s experience in jewellery & precious stones, and John who has a background in media and tourism, travelling across Europe to buy stunning pieces to auction. These pieces are then sold in Britain at live auctions across the country.
The first of such auctions, takes place at Romsey Town Hall, Hampshire on Sunday 19th November, starting at 12.30pm. As well as the exciting auction, entertainment is being provide from 12pm by local performers which consist of 2 talented electric violinists and a young troupe of tap dancers ready to impress the attendees.
Lots in the first auction come from a recent trip to Athens, where the duo purchased some incredible lots which include a stunning Tiffany Tanzanite & Diamond ring, which would have retailed at £12,000! This gorgeous ring has a very low estimate of just £2,000. There’s also a diamond ladies Rolex and this quirky 18 ct gold pink sapphire & diamond frog ring with emerald for eyes holding a pink Quartz ball.
Check out this video from their trip to Athens:
So why do these lots have such low estimates? Because cash it in TV is a new concept, and this is their first auction, bidding numbers are expected to be lower. This is fantastic news for potential bidders who really could grab themselves a Christmas bargain, with little competition on the day. The team have also set low reserves, so if you’re looking for something special, we highly recommend checking out the catalogue here.
Much of the motivation for Cash it in TV is to use the platform to fundraise for charities. Kim and John are particularly passionate about helping a cause close to their hearts, Airborne Comrades’ Association; an organisation devoted to helping veterans who are homeless and who have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. They plan on holding an auction in the near future to raise funds for the charity, so they can launch their first drop in centre. Keep your eyes peeled for details of that at a later date. You can find out more about the Airbourne Comrades’ Association here.