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John Pye Auctions opens largest salesroom in Nottinghamshire with huge kitchenware sale

THE UK’S leading auction house network John Pye Auctions is set to open another saleroom at its Nottingham headquarters, to help supply growing market demand.

Located on its Radford Road site, the new 14,450 sq. ft auction room will be the largest ever for the business in the region, with John Pye continuing to scale its network at both a local and national level.

The first sale will include a huge selection of crockery, cookware and glassware from sought after brands including Le Creuset, with the new salesroom opening on 27 April.

The expansion comes off the back of a successful past year for the Nottingham-based firm, in which a burgeoning post pandemic sales period saw the auction house make an 18 per cent increase in turnover.

Mike Vitale, associate director and Nottingham site manager said: “We’re pleased to be adding further sales capacity and space for our dedicated customers. This new space will be underground allowing us to store even more stock to keep up with the ever-growing demand for our auctions.

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“The new saleroom (3) will be open from 27 April for buyers to bid on branded homeware stock, including household names such as Le Creuset and Kitchen Craft.”

Customers will be able to access the new site next to the current saleroom (6), with online bidding running as normal alongside this latest physical offering.

John Pye Auctions is the UK’s biggest general auction network, holding more than 2,000 auctions annually. It has been named as the fastest growing auction company in the UK over the last ten years and judged the UK’s ‘Asset Valuer and Auctioneers of the Year’ in five of the last six years.

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