Gibson’s specialists have expert knowledge across varying collecting interests and have gained experience with leading Australian and international auction houses, ensuring that our clients receive the most up to date market advice to achieve fantastic auction results across all departments. See below to learn more about each department.

International Decorative Arts

Gibson's Decorative Arts Department has a strong reputation for achieving excellent results for collections and individual items of decorative arts across all collecting interests including, but not limited to, Porcelain & Ceramics, Fine Glass, English & European Silver, Statuary, Clocks & Horology, Rugs, Carpets & Tapestries, Candelabra & Chandeliers.

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Australian & International Art

Gibson's Australian & International Art Department offers paintings, sculptures and works on paper across the traditional, modern, contemporary art movements in the Australian, Indigenous, Oceanic and International realms.

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Jewellery, Watches & Luxury

Gibson's Jewellery, Watches & Luxury department has established itself as a well-regarded competitor in the industry. Whether buying or selling, our specialists will provide you with expert and up-to-date advice on gemstones, antique & modern jewellery and wristwatches.

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Chinese & Asian Works of Art

Gibson’s Chinese & Asian Works of Art Department focuses on fine works of quality across the Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Southeast Asian regions, ranging in date from antiquity to the early 20th century.

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Australian, Maritime & Exploration

Gibson's hosts an annual sale dedicated to Australian, Maritime & Exploration history. This fascinating auction offers clients the chance to purchase rare and unique objects that have shaped the landscape of Australian history as well as pieces of Australian collecting interest.


Gibson's Furniture Department has wealth of experience in this category from the late 17th century into the 21st century, understanding the varying styles and nuanced vogues of these time periods across English, Continental and Australian furniture-making.

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