• Galleries & Displays

An ever-changing array of fascinating art and antiques

Your Collection

A unique facility

Our state of the art display galleries allow us to showcase your items and collections ahead of sale and to promote the many fascinating, rare and beautiful objects we are privileged to handle.  

To discuss exhibiting your collection ahead of sale at Tennants, please speak to your valuer or specialist. 

Display Highlights

  • 20th Century Design

    20th Century Design

    A Private Collection of Whitefriars Glass, with models including ‘Drunken Bricklayer’ and ‘Banjo’, that will be coming up in the 20th Century Design Sale in February 2022

  • Spring Fine Art Sale

    Spring Fine Art Sale

    Part of the Contents of a Private Cumbrian House displayed across three cabinets, which will be included in the Spring Fine Sale on 19th March 2022

  • Jewellery, Watches & Silver

    Jewellery, Watches & Silver

    A preview of lots for the Jewellery, Watches & Silver Sale on 23rd April. Further entries are now invited. 

  • Boxwood Frame Moulds

    Boxwood Frame Moulds

    A Private Collection of Carved Boxwood Moulds, used by Frame Makers, that are coming up in the Spring Fine Sale on 18th & 19th March. 

  • The Lyndhurst Collection

    The Lyndhurst Collection

    A small selection of lots from the Lyndhurst Collection of Antique and Vintage Clothes, which will be sold in the Costume, Accessories and Textiles Sale on 28th May. 

  • Spring Sales

    Spring Sales

    Period Oak, Portraits and a Private Collection of 17th Century Needlework, all coming up in the Spring Fine Sale and the British, European and Sporting Art Sale on 18th and 19th March. 

  • The David Battie Collection

    The David Battie Collection

    A small selection of lots from the David Battie Collection of Asian Ceramics, which will be sold in Spring 2022. 

  • Art Deco

    Art Deco

    Art Deco highlights from the 20th Century Design Sale on 26th February, displayed alongside an Art Deco inspired side table made by local craftsman Tom Addison.