Christina was inspired by antiques from an early age, attending plenty of auctions as a child and searching bags and boxes for treasures. Being a valuer and auctioneer has always been the job for her, and led her to study the trade at university.
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Jewellery, gold and silver, C20th decorative arts, costume and textiles
As a child, Christina would pester her parents to take her to watch auctions conducted by a family friend. Having caught the auctioneering bug and after graduation from university, she joined the team at the prestigious London auction house Christie's.
Christina also collects 1970’s bubble base, bud vases, and 18th century teapots
Since then, Christina has moved back home to Shropshire where she heads up the jewellery department in a long-established local auction house. An admirer of famous names like Cartier and Faberge, she also appreciates British Victorian and Arts and Crafts designers. Impressive jewels aside, Christina also collects 1970’s bubble base, bud vases, and 18th century teapots.
When at home and not on the rostrum, Christina likes walking her dog in the Shropshire countryside and photography.