Popular TV Show The Yorkshire Auction House to Return for 2 More Series

Friday 12th August 2022 - Cara Bentham


Popular TV Show The Yorkshire Auction House to Return for 2 More Series

It's exciting news for one of our auctioneers!

Popular TV show The Yorkshire Auction House, which airs on Really, is set to return for another two series including celebrity specials and a spin off show. The show, which launched last year, follows one of our auctioneers, Angus Ashworth of Ryedale Auctioneers, as he hunts for hidden gems in homes.

The popular show turned out to be one of the best performing original commissions last year for the channel on which it was aired.

The first of the new series of Celebrity Yorkshire Auction House is set to air before the end of this year. A number of celebrities have already been confirmed to appear in the new series including Sid Owen, Jennie Bond and Anneka Rice. A spin-off series, The Edinburgh Auction House, will launch next year.

The creative director of factual at STV Studios which produces the series stated that: “We knew when we created the format for The Yorkshire Auction House that, as well as being returnable, it had the potential to grow and spawn other iterations be equally as charming and engaging.”

Ryedale Auctioneers have a selection of upcoming auctions. Their Country House Sale will take place on the 19th August and the catalogue is available to view on our website now. You can check it out here and register to bid live.

This beautiful ring is estimated to fetch between £2800 and £5000. It has a round cut claw set central diamond surrounded by ten smaller claw set round cut diamonds in a basket mount. It’s size O and weighs 5.3g.
This antique book is estimated to fetch between £2000 and £2500. Plates to Cooks Voyage was published in July 1785 by W.Byrne & J.Webber.
This vintage clock is estimated to fetch between £600 and £800. The 1960's Jaeger-LeCoultreVl C Atmos clock has a rectangular gilt metal case with canted corners and circular dial with baton numerals and Arabic quarters. It has a presentation plaque which reads: 'To GantonGolf Club by W.W.W. Clayton 1964'. It measures 21cm in width and 23.5cm in height.
This George III satinwood banded and inlaid mahogany secretaire bookcase is from the Anneka Rice collection and is expected to fetch between £500 and £800. It has an arched topwith urn finials and two glazed doors. It has a fall front base and fitted interior above two curl veneer panel doors on shaped apron and bracket feet. It measures W112cm x D57cm x H235cm.
This George III York hallmarked silver urn shaped trophy cup is expected to fetch between £4000 and £6000. Part repousse with scrolls, it has a tapering circular base with leafage and is engraved: 'This Cup was given to C. A. Alderson Esqr. of Wood Hall Park, on the 10th day of July 1817 by a few of the Inhabitants of Askrigg and it's Environs as a token of respect to him, for his indefatigable exertions in regaining from Hawes the annual Fair previously held at Askrigg'. It measures 23cm in height and was made by James Barber & William Whitwell, York 1819.

If you follow Ryedale Auctioneers on Really’s The Yorkshire Auction House, be sure to check back on the auctioneer’s page for more upcoming lots. You might recognise a few of the items!