Important Spring Sale
Viewing: May 28 – June 2 at Berzelii Park 1, Stockholm
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 11 AM – 6 PM, Sat–Sun 11 AM – 5 PM
Auction: June 3 – 4 at Arsenalsgatan 2, Stockholm
|3 June||Lot Number|
|From 12.30 PM|
|Furniture and Decorative Arts||1 – 111|
|Silver, Objects of Vertu||112 – 164|
|Carpets and Textiles||165 – 225|
|Glass||226 – 242|
|Ceramics||243 – 249|
|From 4 PM|
|Important Prints||250 – 329|
|Art||330 – 548A|
|4 June||Lot Number|
|From 11 AM|
|Asian Sale||549 – 812|
|From 4 PM|
|Jewellery||813 – 979 A|
You can bid with a paddle in the auction room, by phone, by absentee bidding, or by live online. Choose the option you find the most convenient. Please notice that if you are an online customer, you need to be approved as a hammer auction customer to be able to bid at the auction. This rule applies regardless if you choose to bid in the auction room, online, by phone or by absentee bidding. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get the approval or if you have any further questions.
You can participate in the auction in real time via a computer. To submit online bids in excess of SEK 3 million, we need a bank reference. Please email our customer service at email@example.com to be cleared for this level of online bidding.
**Please notice that you need to be approved as a hammer auction customer to be able to bid at the auction. This rule applies regardless if you choose to bid in the auction room, online, by phone or by absentee bidding.
For approval, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
When you bid by telephone, you are in contact by phone with one of our specialists who makes the bids on your behalf in the auction room. To be contacted by telephone, you need to submit your application for phone bidding by 8 PM on the day before the auction.
If you are a new customer, register first, then fill out our telephone bidding application form and email it to email@example.com Please specify the catalogue number of the lot, your full name, customer number, and the telephone number(s) where you can be reached during the auction.
Existing customer: Fill out the telephone bidding application form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please specify the catalogue number, your full name, address and the telephone number(s) where you can be reached during the auction.
Register at Bukowskis, Arsenalsgatan 2 in Stockholm from 9 AM at the day of the auction.
If you cannot attend the auction in person, we can bid on your behalf. Our customer service personnel handle the bidding confidentially and strive to obtain the lot for you at the lowest possible price.
If you need any assistance before the auction, do not hesitate to contact our customer service at +46 8 614 08 00.
Please note that to be able to bid at the Asian Sale you are required to pre-register for this auction and pay a deposit on request. Kindly observe that the pre-registration applies to everybody, also already existing clients. Read more here >
|0 – 3.000||200 SEK|
|3.000 – 10.000||500 SEK|
|10.000 – 20.000||1.000 SEK|
|20.000 – 50.000||2.000 SEK|
|50.000 – 200.000||5.000 SEK|
|200.000 – 400.000||10.000 SEK|
|400.000 – 1.000.000||20.000 SEK|
|1.000.000 – 5.000.000||50.000 SEK|
|5.000.000 – 10.000.000||100.000 SEK|
|10.000.000 +||250.000 SEK|
Payment must be made within 8 working days of the end of the auction. Payments for items purchased by private individuals with an address in Sweden, Finland, Germany or Austria for total amounts of up to SEK 300,000 are made via Klarna’s payment service. Payment options, e.g. card payments or invoice, are shown on the payment page. Payments are made via bukowskis.com under ”My pages”. Payments for commercial customers and for private individuals for total amounts exceeding SEK 300,000 will be invoiced by Bukowski Auktioner AB. You will find your invoice at ”My pages” at bukowskis.com. Payment may also be made at the auction itself at Bukowskis’ premises at Berzelii Park. Please note that payments cannot be made in cash.
During the auction 3–4 June it is possible for you to collect your paid objects and unsold objects at Bukowskis Arsenalsgatan 2 in Stockholm. Note Jewelery can be collected up until 5 June. Opening hours: 10 am-5pm.
As from June 8 all objects are available to be collected at Bukowskis, Västberga Allé 3 in Hägersten. See opening hours >
As from July 3 a storage fee 50 SEK per item and day will be charged for uncollected items. Full payment must been received by Bukowskis before lots can be collected.
We now offer delivery to a location of your choice. For quotes and information, please contact: email@example.com.
Bukowskis is pleased to present our classic hammer sale Important Spring Sale with a high-quality selection of classical art, works of art, Asian works of art and jewellery. This seasons catalogue also includes a significant new special department featuring modern and contemporary prints with international names such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall.
One of the highlights in the classic Swedish art department includes Anders Zorn's oil painting "Gammal Spegel” (Old Mirror), an artist that we pay particular attention to this year as it is the 100th anniversary. We can also present several of Carl Larsson's adorable portraits and lovely watercolours, which reflect the beautiful early summer that also frames the spring's first auction. The well-known and extensively exhibited Carl Fredrik Hill's, "Road with sitting dog, Fontainebleau", a masterpiece that, so far, never has been for sale and was completed during a period when the artist was at the height of his artistry, estimate 5 000 000 – 6 000 000 SEK. On view is also Helmer Osslund's magnificent and breathtaking display of autumnal colours in Mullfjället, and an almost mythical watercolour from 1912 by John Bauer, from a period when his fairytale art is the most dazzling.
In the department of old masters, we would like to pay particular attention to Francesco Albani's interesting painting "Europe and The Bull". The earliest mention of this painting can be traced to Monsignor Giorgio Bolognetti's collection from the 1600s. Among the Swedish old masters, we have the pleasure of presenting, among other things, Sätra Brunn's Trinity painting. In the department for sculpture, Bukowskis presents the popular The Skating Princess by Carl Milles. The sculpture department includes sculptures in all kinds of materials; bronze, stone, silver and wood for all different tastes.
The department for furniture can parade with a Gustavian bureau from the end of the 18th century by master Gottlieb Iwersson, with an estimate of 200 000 – 300 000 SEK. The model of the bureau is of the French form introduced by Georg Haupt in Sweden in the 1770s. Georg Haupt, himself, is also represented, this time with an oval table, elegantly decorated with a black japanned top with gilt pagoda landscape
An exquisite Royal gift in the form of two filigree beakers marked Rudolf Wittkopf from 1698 is also included in the auction. The beakers were part of the impressive diplomatic silver gift presented to Peter the Great by Karl XII in 1966, in hope of securing the eastern border. Bukowskis can present another sensational highlight in the form of a rarity, a plate money 8 daler SM with a weight of 14.5 kg embossed in 1659 in Avesta, which is the highest value of denomination that can be acquired by a collector today.
Bukowskis Asian Sale proudly present sought-after items from several well-known Swedish private collectors, such as Gustaf Wallenberg, Emil Hultmark, Sten Ankarcrona and Stenbeck, to name a few. The dynamic carpet department offers no less than three Indian mogul objects from the 17th-18th century, two carpets and one embroidery from Wivica Ankarcrona Borell's collection. Also included is as grand rug from the second half of the 19th century from Agra, royal in its apparition, in addition to tapestry weaves and silk carpets.
The jewellery department presents an extensive auction with a range of jewellery of different types and expressions from different eras, where designer jewels are for sale – along with classic beauties such as an exclusive tiara with old-cut diamonds and pearls, estimate 275 000 – 325 000 SEK.
Welcome to the viewing at our premises at Berzelii Park 1, where, based on the recommendations of the Public Health Authority, we will welcome a limited number of guests at a time. You are also warmly welcome to book a private viewing with any of our specialists at a suitable time outside of regular viewing hours. Contact information for the specialists can be found on this page or here
During the spring we have also offered virtual viewings which has been much appreciated! With these digital viewings, you can easily wander around our premises via computer, mobile and iPad and click through the selection of art and art of crafts.
Welcome to take part in Bukowskis fantastic Fine Art auctions and exhibitions in June!
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