Adam Partridge

Adam Partridge is an auction house specialising in antiques and fine art that opened in Macclesfield, Cheshire in 2008. The business now has sister salerooms in Liverpool and Preston.

Auctioneer Adam Partridge has featured on TV programmes including Bargain Hunt and Flog it.


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Ornate wig stand in Macclesfield

29 October 2012

This Chinese porcelain enamel-decorated wig stand was purchased by the vendor’s father from a country house sale in 1953.

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Gymnast’s Olympic blazer up for sale

01 August 2012

An Olympic blazer and a painted diploma belonging to Ada Smith, a bronze medal-winning gymnast from Leigh near Wigan, will be up for auction on August 16-17 at Adam Partridge auctioneers of Macclesfield, Cheshire.

Partridge set for expansion

25 October 2011

ADAM Partridge auctioneers and valuers are to move their Congleton operation to new premises in Macclesfield.

Partridge spreads his wings to Merseyside

28 February 2011

ADAM Partridge is opening a new auction house in Liverpool, covering the whole of the Merseyside region, with the doors opening on March 2.

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Neptune buy back fake Lowry

15 November 2010

YOU’D have thought he’d be glad to see the back of it. But duped art dealer David Smith of Neptune Fine Art has bought back the fake Lowry picture he originally purchased for £330,000.

Fake Lowry revalued for sale to fund compensation

04 October 2010

THE fake Lowry at the centre of a £1m art fraud that landed Maurice “Lord Windsor” Taylor in jail is heading to auction to help pay his victims compensation. Once sold for £330,000, it is now valued at just £5,000-10,000.

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Vendor and gallery strike deal over lost Eric Gill

10 May 2010

THE issue of the Manchester Art Gallery’s missing Eric Gill sculpture has been resolved, Cheshire auctioneer Adam Partridge has told ATG.

Museum gets some timely help from top dealers

13 June 2003

VENERABLE top Mayfair dealers Partridge hold an exhibition of French clocks at their gallery at 144-146 New Bond Street, London W1 from June 12 to 28.

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