Jamie Breese

Jamie is one of the world’s leading antiques, art and auction figures.

He has 21 years of network TV series presenting, event compEring, Speaking & Auctioneering including (click on orange links):

  • Jamie was most recently seen across season 3 on Discovery Channel’s worldwide hit show: ‘Auction Kings’, aired to 2.9 billion subscribers

  • Jamie founded and operates the largest single business event in the South West of England - the Business Showcase South West He frequently comperes at corporate events too - for businesses like DFS, Wickes and Rolls-Royce.

  • Record-breaking charity auctioneer: years of experience making big money for charities such as The Make A Wish Foundation, UNICEF, Mencap, Willow, Teenage Cancer Trust and many more

  • Jamie received The Lord Mayor’s Medal for services to charity. He is an experienced event compere with numerous high profile events before Royalty and Global Leaders and at major venues. He co-hosted Boris Means Business with the UK’s Foreign Secretary and former Mayor of London

  • Presented BBC2’s The Life Laundry & The Antiques Show (co-presented season 3 with Fiona Bruce)

  • ITV1’s This Morning (1 year hosting show within show 'Cash or Trash') & Everything Must Go! (3 years, co-presenter)

  • Google ranks Jamie as no.2 in the world for ‘collectables expert’

  • Hundreds of informative magazine articles & two books incl: Make a Mint! and Haynes Collectables Manual

  • 1000+ weekly national half-page columns: 19 years at The Sunday Mirror (current) & 1 year at The Daily Mail

  • Consultant and writer for BBC Homes & Antiques and eBay.co.uk’s appointed collectables spokesperson and Gumtree’s public spokesperson too

  • Declutter/Antiques contributor on Daybreak / GMTV

  • Public Spokeperson for Marmite, Lego and others

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Jamie has auctioned for nearly 20 years, often acting as the event MC/Compère. too.

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