Virtual Tour  | Scottish Paintings & Sculpture | Jewellery & Watches

Virtual Tour | Scottish Paintings & Sculpture | Jewellery & Watches

Enjoy a Virtual Walk-through Our Saleroom

Explore the June 2022 editions of our Scottish Paintings & Sculpture and Jewellery & Watches auctions in Edinburgh. 


Enjoy a virtual tour through our Edinburgh saleroom of our June 2022 Scottish Paintings & Sculpture and Jewellery & Watches auctions.

Our flagship Scottish Paintings & Sculpture sale taking place on Thursday 16 June features beautifully composed works by some of the most iconic names in Scottish art. Highlights include works by Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell, John Maclauchlan Milne, George Leslie Hunter, Sam Bough, William McTaggart, Archibald Thorburn, Charles Oppenheimer, Anne Redpath, Ancell Stronach and Joan Eardley.

The Wednesday 15 June Jewellery & Watches sale features an excellent range of jewels and timepieces - from day to evening wear with designs ranging from antique to contemporary, there is something for every taste.



Auction Information


Scottish Paintings & Sculpture

Day Sale - Lot: 1 to 82 - Thu, 16th Jun 2022 14:00

Evening Sale - Lot: 83 to 161 - Thu, 16th Jun 2022 18:00

Edinburgh | Live Online 


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Scottish Paintings & Sculpture


Lyon & Turnbull’s Scottish Paintings & Sculpture specialists present two auctions per year from our historic headquarters in Edinburgh to an international audience live online. Successfully selling over 90% of Scottish Colourist works handled in the last nine years, a record unmatched by our competitors – selling Scottish art in Scotland has always been a Lyon & Turnbull lynchpin. Our specialists are experts not only on the works of Scottish artists, but also on the workings of the art market, and it is this combination that fuels our on-going success in the field.


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Lyon & Turnbull's team of jewellery specialists’ - including gemmologists Ruth Davis and Charlotte Peel - extensive knowledge and experience of the current market provides the essential combination for the successful sales of both modern and antique jewellery; from fine Edwardian and Victorian pearls, through classic diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds from the houses of Cartier, Boucheron, Bulgari and Tiffany, all the way to the outrageously decadent designs of Grima and the understated, elegant works of Jensen.


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