Uppsala Auktionskammare

Uppsala Auktionskammare was founded in 1731 and is one of the oldest auction houses in the world. Auctions have a long and solid tradition in Uppsala and the first auction in Sweden mentioned in written sources was held in 1639 in Uppsala.

Uppsala Auktionskammare is today one of the largest auction houses in Sweden with auctions of fine art and antiques. Since 1996, Knut Knutson, known from the Antiques Roadshow on Swedish television, is the main owner of Uppsala Auktionskammare. The market shares have since then increased. Uppsala Auktionskammare have offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Uppsala.

Over the last decade the company has sold over 200 lots that have reached over one million Swedish kronor, many within the Russian segment, but also Old master paintings and Chinese objects. Our successful Important Saleshave attracted a lot of attention internationally. Uppsala Auktionskammare continues to explore new markets and segments. In recent years, sales of Chinese objects have resulted in many successful results for our clients.

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Objects "Uppsala Auktionskammare"

Blog posts about "Uppsala Auktionskammare"

Jacob Jordaens, Fontana and a Horch 830 BL Cabriolet are the highlights at Uppsala Auktionskammare
Uppsala Auktionskammare's Important Sale is brimming with treasures from across the globe. How about a unique piece of jewellery by Lucio Fontana, a David Roentgen roll top bureau or a portrait by Rembrandt?
Four original Picasso's for sale in Sweden to be exhibited in London 4-6th October
Nothing big, just four original works by Pablo Picasso being sold at Swedish auction house Uppsala Auktionskammare...
All eyes on Uppsala Auktionskammare as they sell Teodolit Bayern
Uppsala Auktionskammare International quality auction on 9th-12th June will be a world sensation as the sale includes the von Siegrothska collection, in which a unique theodolite dated 1566 will be sold, the only one that has ever reached the market.
A Little Piece of China Trade History is Finally Mine
In December 2014, a unique collection of 96 gouache paintings were sold at Uppsala Auktionskammare in Sweden. They depict the multitude of individual vessels found on the Chinese waterways during the 18th century. Having belonged to one of Sweden's great naval figures, Fredrik af Chapman, they had quietly resided at his eccentric country estate Skärfva Manor, in southern Sweden, since the 1780's.

Realised prices "Uppsala Auktionskammare "

Malcolm Morley
Triumfbåge. Signerad och numrerad Malcolm Morley 56/75. Silksceentryck, 55 x 45. Uppsala Auktionskammare
Fajans. Rörstrand, 1700-tal. L 33, B 22, H 8,5. Uppsala Auktionskammare
A Chinese dragon vase.
Of double gourd form the lower bulb painted with a five- clawed red dragon, repeated on the upper bulb around the foot a band of lappets, the rim with a further band of lappets. Qianlong mark, 20th Century. Height: 45 cm. Uppsala Auktionskammare
Karl Axel Pehrson
Ölandskap med blommor. Signerad K.A. Pehrson. Gouache, 15 x 24 (dagermått). Uppsala Auktionskammare
A Chinese famille rose ‘lotus’ bowl
Of round form, the gently rounded sides rising from a short straight foot to slightly everted rim, decorated around the exterior sides in soft famille rose colours with lotus stems and leaves surrounded by multi-coloured scrolling branches all above crashing and foaming waves, the interior boldly painted in shades of dark cobalt underglaze blue with a central floral medallion and lotus scrolls around the walls, a band of key-pattern encircling the foot, the glazed base inscribed with a six-character mark of Xuantong in underglaze blue. Period: Xuantong 1908‑1912. Diameter: 17,5 cm. Uppsala Auktionskammare

Find address and telephone number to Uppsala Auktionskammare

Uppsala Auktionskammare
Dragarbrunnsgatan 73
Box 184
751 04 Uppsala
T: 018-12 12 22

Nybrogatan 20
114 39 Stockholm
08-611 12 22

Uppsala Auktionskammare
Kungsportsavenyen 41
411 36 Göteborg
T: 031-16 12 12