UPCOMING SALES

Antique & Fine Art Sale

Wednesday March 25th 10am

On view Sat 21st March 9am-12.30pm & Mon & Tues 23rd & 24th March 9am - 4.30pm



Toys & Collectors Sale

Saturday April 25th
We are currently accepting items for this auction
Final date for entries March 28th



Fine Wines, Port & Whisky

Friday November 20th 7pm
We are currently accepting items for this auction
Final date for entries October 19th





LATEST NEWS

Spring Antique & Fine Art Sale 25th March

25 Mar
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WELCOME TO HARTLEYS ONLINE

HARTLEYS auctioneers and valuers based at Ilkley in West Yorkshire, is one of the leading auction houses for antiques and fine art sales outside London. Since its foundation in 1906, the company has built up an enviable reputation for reliability, integrity and unquestionable professionalism.

  • Several catalogued Fine Art and Antique Auctions each year
  • Weekly Victoriana and General Auctions including approximately 900 lots per week
  • Specialist Toy/Collectors sales and Wine sales
  • Written professional valuations for Probate, Insurance, Family division etc, on single items or complete house contents
  • Free verbal appraisals on items consigned for sale
  • House Clearances
NEWS ARCHIVE

We are now collecting for our Toy & Collectors Sale


 
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MAJOR ROAD WORKS A65


MAJOR ROAD WORKS A65

FEBRUARY 23RD TO APRIL 17TH

These will affect visitors approaching from the East end of Ilkley (from Otley, M1 and A1) with temporary lights on Leeds Road between Dean Street and Bath Street.

Visitors are advised to avoid this by turning left at the traffic lights (Factory Shop) at the edge of Ilkley onto Wheatley Lane then first right onto Valley Drive.

Hartleys, Victoria Hall is at the end of this road before it rejoins Leeds Road (A65).


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Hartleys Winter Sale Results


The Winter Fine Sale held by Hartleys in Ilkley, West Yorkshire on December 3rd provided an interesting event with a wide selection of items on offer.  As is usual these days, some areas were more readily received than others, but the general message seemed to be that decorative items such as ceramics, bijouterie, works of art and pictures were in good demand, high priced jewellery was harder to get away, and furniture and clocks provided a more than reasonable disposal rate.
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