Operating in London for more than 30 years, Roseberys London is a privately owned specialist fine art and antiques auction house and valuers, with offices in the heart of the London’s Mayfair and Lambeth.
In 2018 Roseberys hit the headlines when they discovered the lost work of British Romantic painter – John Constable RA. After months of research the exquisite sketch showing the (possible) Hampstead skyline was presented for sale, bidding on the day lasted several minutes between the room and the phones where it finally fetched £375,000
In the 2017 Roseberys Asian Art auction a number of Chinese scrolls were presented, including a rare ZHANG RUITU (follower, of Chinese 1570-1644) inscribed with part of a poem by Tang Dynasty poet Wang Wei, which surpassed all expectations and realised a final price tag of £123,000
In 2016 Roseberys presented an Indian miniature depicted a scene of the walled old town of Amritsar with the Golden Temple, the work was coveted by bidders from across the globe being heavily contested across seven telephone lines. From an original investment of £40 the painting sold for £92,250.
In 2013 Roseberys was shortlisted by BBC Homes and Antiques magazine as Britain’s best auction house, and made art world headlines when they sold a rare Léon Bakst oil painting for £530,000.