Bukowskis

Bukowskis was founded in 1870, by Polish nobleman Henryk Bukowski, and is the leading auction house in the Nordic countries. Bukowskis has been appointed Purveyor to the Royal Court of Sweden (Kunglig hovleverantör), and they offer international hammer auctions, online auctions, and private sales. Bukowskis have conducted successful auctions in Sweden for the past 140 years, including the collection of King Charles XV in 1873, and the estate of Master director Ingmar Bergman in 2009. Bukowskis received the exclusive rights to sell the etchings of the renowned Swedish classical painter Anders Zorn in the 1920s. The etchings by Zorn were so valid that they were accepted as security for bank loans, and "exchange rates" were noted at Bukowskis.

Bukowskis continuously showcase unique and fine art objects, and Bukowskis is one of Scandinavia’s oldest salesrooms. Bukowskis headquarters are located in Stockholm, and they have branches in Helsinki (Finland), Gothenburg and Malmö, and representatives all around Europe, U.S.A, and Asia. Bukowskis has a longstanding tradition of specialist knowledge of the highest quality. The company's specialists conduct continual research within their domains and daily make qualified decisions and estimates of objects, which contribute to the continuous growth of the company's store of knowledge.

Bukowskis’ hammer auctions are represented by the Classic Sales, the Modern Sales and the Contemporary Sales, and each auction is held two times a year during spring and fall. Bukowskis also offers a variety of special sales such as the Vintage Sale, the Eclectic Sale, and estate and charity auctions. The online sales are conducted by Bukowskis Market, and they have showrooms in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö. Bukowskis Market offers catalogued objects from all epochs and all price ranges, suitable as collector’s items or for interior decorations. Bukowskis is part of the International Auctioneers, IA, which consists of seven well-known auction houses in Europe and U.S.A. Bukowskis is also represented in EFA – European Federation of Auctioneers.

Countries
  • Sweden
  • Finland
Objects "Bukowskis"

Blog posts about "Bukowskis"

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A brief history of design
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Art Deco: The Great Celebration
Art Deco is back in a big way. So let's check out why this era of decadence, hedonism and glamour has returned in the 21st century.
IKEA's designs that made headlines at auction
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A hotel becomes a home in Stockholm
The Acapulco Hotel based in the Södermalm area of Stockholm was converted in to stunning apartments in 2013. The project, completed in 2014, was headed by Marcus Axelsson and HAG architects.

Realised prices "Bukowskis "

GULDARMBAND
Björn Weckström\nGULDARMBAND\nLapponia 14K, 1969 Bukowskis
2003 Château Phélan Ségur.
Château Phélan Ségur 2003\nSt-Estèphe, Cru Bourgeois\nStored in temperate root cellar at 11-17 °C\nOne scuffed label\n4 bts Bukowskis
"Skuggan Sandhamn"
Arthur Bianchini\n"Skuggan Sandhamn"\nSignerad Arthur Bianchini. Pannå 60 x 81 cm. Bukowskis
"Untitled drawing # 21"
Olav Westphalen\n"Untitled drawing # 21"\nSignerad a tergo. Utförd 2007. Akryl på papper, 55,5 x 75,5 cm. Bukowskis
APPLIQUER, för tre ljus, ett par. Empire, 1800-talets början.
Förgylld brons. Bevingad putto uppbärande ljushållare i form av blomsterkorgar. Sliten märkning på baksidan "I och II Hn3". Höjd 36, bredd 22 cm. Bukowskis

Find address and telephone number to Bukowskis

Kundtjänst
Sverige:
info@bukowskis.com
T:+46 8 614 08 00
Finland:
helsinki@bukowskis.com
T:+358 9 668 91 10
Göteborg
Kungsportsavenyn 43
411 36 Göteborg
T: 031 20 03 60
goteborg@bukowskis.com
Norrköping
Linnégatan 21
602 23 Norrköping
T: 011 - 18 42 30
norrkoping@bukowskis.com
Stockholm
Arsenalsgatan 4
Box 1754
111 87 Stockholm
T: 08 614 08 00
info@bukowskis.com
Malmö
Kalendegatan 18
211 35 Malmö
T: 040 669 57 80
malmo@bukowskis.com
Helsingfors
Bukowski Oy Ab
Stora Robertsgatan 12
SF-00120 Helsingfors
Finland
T: +358-9-668 91 10
helsinki@bukowskis.com
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