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Sell at Bukowskis – Sell in 3 easy steps

Our expertise, quality and the highest average prices on the market make Bukowskis the leading auction house for Fine Art and Design in the Nordic region. We are now accepting consignments; contact us today to sell quality art and design.

Step 1 – How to do a valuation

Choose an alternative way of valuation

Email valuation

Evaluate your item by sending an email . Describe your object and attach pictures. An expert or appraiser will shortly get back to you with an answer.

Online valuation

Evaluate your item through our online form. Describe your item and upload pictures. You will hear from us shortly. Online valuation >


We help you with evaluation via a FaceTime call. Get your item valued directly by calling one of our appraisers via FaceTime.

Valuation through personal meetings

Valuation in your home and valuation of your entire home. Contact our home valuation specialists and book an appointment for a home valuation and consignment in Sweden and abroad. We offer valuation of individual items but also valuation of an entire home before sale, or for estate valuation, inheritance or insurance purposes. To home valuation >

Valuation at one of our offices

Items can be valued and handed in at one of our offices. Bukowskis has offices and local representatives in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, Helsinki and Copenhagen. If you have larger items or furniture, we recommend that you make a valuation via e-mail or through our online-valuation tool before you visit us for the best service.

For a faster and more convenient process, we recommend that you create an account before you visit our office.

⟶ Select office here
⟶ To our specialists
⟶ Valuation days – to the calendar

Step 2 – Selling at Bukowskis

Bukowskis has several sales channels for items valued by specialists. Either the item will be sold on our Online auctions or our Live auctions which take place every spring and autumn.

Step 3 – Sign a contract

Once you have decided to sell, a contract is written including the complete catalogue entry, photography, estimate and reserve price.

The estimate is the market valuation of an item before auction and serves as guidance for the buyer. The reserve is a hidden lowest minimum price that the seller will accept. How much does selling an item cost?

⟶ See our price list
⟶ See our sales terms – Auctions Online
⟶ See our sales terms – Auctions Live

Auctions – Online

The auction begins as soon as the item is published. The item will now be available online and searchable for customers around the world on the internet. You can follow the progress of the auction at

Auctions – Live

Our Live auctions have been attracting enthusiastic audiences for centuries. The auctions are preceded by viewings in our beautiful premises at Berzelii Park in Stockholm, with associated advance viewings. The item will be put up for auction at a special event in our Stockholm sale rooms. The auctioneer and their assistants keep track of the bids made in the room, over the phone and online. Our auctions are streamed live and can be watched at

Private Sales

Bukowskis also offers a Private Sales service. This is a discreet, flexible and personal way of finding buyers and sellers outside our public auctions. Read more about Private Sales

When the auction is over

Once the auction is over, we take payment from the successful buyer. The money is then paid into the seller’s bank account. This takes 30 days after completion of a Live/hammer auction and up to 35 banking days for Online auctions.