Selling art, antiques and design outside the ordinary auction calendar is a good alternative if you are looking for a discreet, flexible, quick and less public sale. Bukowskis Private Sales service enables you to sell at any time of year, without the constraint of fixed auction dates.
Dealing with the largest auction house in the Nordic countries, with the largest number of sales over a million kronor in the industry, means your sale is in safe hands. Our expert specialists will appraise your item and access our international network of collectors, museums, specialists and interior designers to locate a strong potential buyer for your precise item.
What does Bukowskis sell via Private Sales?
We offer Private Sales in all categories that are normally included in our auctions. Art, applied art, design, jewellery, watches, oriental ceramics and works of art, carpets and rugs, textiles, silver, fashion, ceramics, porcelain, glass, books and manuscripts, for example.
How will Bukowskis find buyers for my item?
When you entrust Private Sales with selling your item, our specialist will first carry out an appraisal. We draw up a sales strategy and will then discreetly search through our international network of contacts with collectors, specialists, museums and interior designers to find a potential buyer for your piece. We keep you informed and up to date throughout the process.
How long does it take to sell an item through Private Sales?
Our expertise and our network of contacts are effective tools in our search and we will do our utmost to find a buyer for your item as quickly as possible. How long it takes may vary depending on the type of item and the market for it.
Who do I contact to sell via Private Sales?
Contact our Specialists at Private Sales or contact our relevant specialist for the item you want to sell. See our specialists here >
At the moment our customers are looking for works by: Ivar Arosenius, Ivan Aguéli, Julia Beck, Olle Baertling, Per Ekström, Gustav Fjaestad, Karl Hultström, Markus Larsson, Bengt Lindström, Carl Milles, Håkan Rehnberg, Philip von Schantz, Karel Appel, Josef Albers, Marc Chagall, Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Albert Edefelt, Lucio Fontana, Nan Goldin, Wassily Kandinsky, Tadeuz Kantor, Frantisek Kupka, René Magritte, Marino Marini, Irving Penn, Ilja Repin, Helene Scherfbeck, Victor Vasarely etc.