Angus Ashworth Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Kids, Auction House, Antiques Road Trip

Angus Ashworth

Angus Ashworth Biography

Angus Ashworth is a British auctioneer, TV’s antiques expert and owner of Ryedale Auctioneers based in North Yorkshire. He appears on The Yorkshire Auction House and The Antiques Roadshow.

Angus Ashworth Age

He was born on August 28, 1984 in North Yorkshire, England.

Angus Ashworth Height

Angus stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Angus Ashworth Real Name

His real name is Angus Ashworth.

Angus Ashworth Wife

He is married to Gemma Mawman although there is no public information about her. The couple lives in a bungalow in rural Kirkbymoorside in North Yorkshire with their three children.

Angus Ashworth Children

Angus and his wife have three children together.

Angus Ashworth Army Rank

He served as infantry in the British army from 2003 to 2011. During his service he was deployed to Iraq in 2005 and later in Afghanistan in 2009.

Angus Ashworth Mayor

Ashworth has also served as the Town Mayor and councillor for the Kirbymoorside town council from May 2015 to May 2019.

Angus Ashworth Auctioneer

Ashworth is an auctioneer whose love for antiques sparked at a young age. During an interview with The Yorkshire Post he said at the age of 12 he would go to antiques fairs and auctions and buy as many powder flasks as he could find. His love for antiques landed him a work experience placement at David Duggleby’s Auctioneers in Scarborough.

At the age of 16, after leaving school, he joined David Duggleby’s Auctioneers in Scarborough as a porter in the salesrooms before going on to become an auctioneer and valuer.

At the age of 20, he decided to switch careers and went into the family engineering and deep sea fishing business and also joined the Territorial Army. He however kept an interest in auctions until he was called up to serve in Iraq in 2005.

When he left the Army in 2011 his dad said it was a hame he couldn’t go back in to auctioneering.

“When I came back from Afghanistan my dad said it was a shame that I couldn’t get back in to auctioneering. I thought about running some from a village hall and then this site came up.It was big and has car parking for 60 cars but I though ‘why not?’”

Angus Ashworth Ryedale Auctioneers

Ashworth is the owner of Ryedale Auctioneers in Kirkbymoorside. The Auction’s house first sale was in December 2010 and now has three sales rooms as well as outdoor sales and does both general sales as well as specialist events such as military and sport.

He credited the internet for how well the auction had done.

“I have been surprised by how well we have done, but one of the reasons I think we have done so well so quickly is the internet. Some auctioneers haven’t embraced the internet as much as we have. Everything we have up for auction goes on the internet and so we get bids from across the world.”

He also added there has been an increase in the number of people wanting internet valuation for their antiques.

Angus Ashworth Cash in the Attic

Angus was one of the presenters of BBC’s Cash in the Attic. He joined the show in 2013. He said in an interview that he saw an advert and applied.

“I saw an advert that they were looking for on-line valuers and so I applied and got the job.”

People would send their photos to the “Cash in the Attic site and they send them on to me and I have 48 hours to give a valuation of what I think it might fetch at auction. The more information we have about something the better. I have valued things from £5 to £900 on the site.”

Angus Ashworth Antiques Roadshow

Angus is a presenter on BBC’s One ‘Antique Road Trip’ alongside Steven Moore. He joined the show in 2019. The show hit the screen over a decade ago and sees two expert antique dealers hit the road each episode to the hunt for treasures and competing to make the most money at auction. The experts have five days to find and buy antiques and flog them in five auctions.

Angus Ashworth The Yorkshire Auction House

He is the presenter of  The Yorkshire Auction House on Really channel and Discovery+. The show sees Angus and his team clear out houses packed full of trinkets, treasure and junk – transforming former family homes into empty shells, ready for sale.

As they hunt for items of value to make each owner a profit, the rest gets recycled or taken to the tip. Each episode sees the team uncover the heartfelt stories behind each owner and the items going to auction, helping them to tidy up before selling.

Angus Ashworth Net worth

His actual net worth is unknown.

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