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The Winter Silent Auction

1 - 7 November 2021

The Winter Silent Auction

01.11.21 - 07.11.21

Due to high demand following the first Silent Auction earlier this year, we are thrilled to bring you another opportunity to capture a rare and unique piece of British studio glass from Peter Layton and our resident artists.

This second Silent Auction of 2021 will return with over 100 stunning pieces from Peter Layton’s private collection and a selection of remarkable work from our resident artists. Among these lots are a special grouping from Peter Layton’s Highlights collection, archival pieces, which are very dear to their maker and are being released via the auction. Together, the pieces from Peter Layton in the auction span many styles, series and make a well rounded variety of his glassmaking work.

Peter’s second Silent Auction of the year also features work from the studio team which has become hugely popular with our collectors throughout the Auction’s history. Each piece has been specially selected by its artist for the auction.

This Silent Auction is a chance to collect a truly unique treasure, and take home your very own piece of British glassmaking history.

How to bid

Each auction lot has a gallery price (to guide you) and a reserve price (the minimum amount you may bid).

The value of the current highest bid is not publicised – that’s why it is ‘silent’!

Preferential Bidding

If you are tempted to bid on multiple pieces, but you don’t have the budget to win them all, simply let us know that you’d like to do ‘preferential bidding’ and we’ll enter your bids one at a time, in order of your preference.


The deadline for online bids is 23:59 on Sunday, 7 November 2021.

Terms & Conditions

For a comprehensive break-down of the Winter Silent Auction’s T&Cs click here.

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