Catawiki is a worldwide online auction house for exceptional items and collectibles, hosting weekly online auctions since 2011. With annual proceeds exceeding tens of millions of euros, Catawiki organises over 100 weekly auctions in 50 different categories such as art, jewellery, vintage comic books, curiosa, model trains, coins, stamps, watches, wine and classic cars.

Auctions open every Friday at noon and end on a specific evening of the following week. All items start off with a starting bid of €1. The auctions are curated by real auctioneers guaranteeing quality lots and attractive listings. Payments go via Catawiki making the sale extra secure. Catawiki operates worldwide with its services available in English, French, German, Dutch and Italian.

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Objects "Catawiki"

"Gandhara Schist Panel with Buddha (lower register) and attendants- 27x10.5cm"

"Description: Carved schist panel of a scene with four figures on stand. This piece shows very well the influence of greco-roman art on the representations of the early buddhist culture of the valleys of Swat and KarakorumSuperb item in great condition ideal for display and interior decoration. Professionally cleaned and polished to show original details. This item includes a lifetime authenticity certificate.Material: StoneCondition: Very Fine / see photosDate: Circa 200 - 400 ADSize: 270x105mm; 2594gramsItem Id; t99Provenance: The Supplier warrants that is has obtained this lot in a legal manner.Obtained from an old British collection acquired between 1960-1990 from European and Japanese Art Markets.When bidding and buying items from us you can be assured that:You will find an interesting variety of antiquities and coins.Items offered are unconditionally guaranteed to be AUTHENTIC.Postage will be handled quickly and professionally.All items are posted up to 48 hours after payment is made with registered mail.For multiple purchases shipping will be combined and discountedIf you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.Important information.The seller guarantees that he is entitled to ship this lot.The seller will take care that any necessary permits will be arranged.The seller will inform the buyer about this if "Read more

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Blog posts about "Catawiki"

Enjoy the Ride!
Popcorn, haunted houses and high speed attractions – who doesn’t love visiting the funfair? For the merry-go-round enthusiasts, Catawiki has a real treat lined up.
Bizarre sales in auction history
A 4-millimetre strand of Napoleon Bonaparte's hair sold for €2,400 on Catawiki in 2015. But this is not the first time unusual memorabilia of famous figures have sold for extortionate amounts. Here we delve into some of the most obscure auction sales in auction history.
When The Saints Go Marching In
Religious motifs often occur in art - perhaps they are even the most common. Imagery of gods, saints, apostles, prophets, and religious symbols has occurred in the art world for centuries. Catawiki has collected a number of religious sculptures in an upcoming auction where Christian Saints dominate.
Catawiki in first position: The new exclusive classic car auction
Catawiki has made a pit stop and is now “overhauling” its exclusive auctions with classic cars and continuing to improve. For the buyers of the rare and sought-after vehicles, this means more transparency, service and lots of great features all around motorsport.
The Witch Trials: Sorcery and Satan
Are you one of those who preferred almost every other subject in school other than history? Well, maybe you’ve forgotten about the 15th, 16th and 17th century witch trials in Europe. When the auction house Catawiki sold a German Witch Condemnation from 1603, the final price landed on 2550 euros.

Realised prices "Catawiki "

Kilim cushions, Oguzun Anatolian nomads, 2 pieces
Wool,\nwoven\n\nSheep wool, woven,\n\nAnatolia (Turkey)\n\nThe history of Kilim weaving in Anatolia is not known until\ntoday and the prospects of successfully discovering it are slim.\nSince Kilims only had a functional meaning and no commercial value\nfor a long time, no Kilims from before the 17th century are\npreserved [5]. These Kilims are from royal inventory, Kilims from\nnomads or rural areas originate in the 18th century. There are\nhowever multitudes of records from Anatolian Kilims from the 20th\ncentury.\n\nIn Anatolia, one of the centres of Kilim weaving, a large\nnumber of differing provinces exist. Due to the vast number of\nKilim designers, missing documentation and often inaccurate naming\nby the Kilim trader, it is incredibly difficult to assign each\nKilim accordingly. Ultimately, colours, pattern, weaving, size and\nmaterials decide the classification.\n\nAnatolian Kilims are and were manufactured by a number of\nnomad people. That includes the indigenous Kurds, as well as\nTurkish tribes such as the Yuruks and the Oghusian Seljuks and\nOghuz Osmans [7] who settled in Anatolia after migrating.\n\nThe most well-known and esteemed Kilims are manufactured in\nthe traditional provinces such as the cities, regions and villages\nof Konya, Malatya, Karapinar and Hotamis.\n\nOld Kilim pieces, 2 cushions\n\nPartly antique Catawiki
Laimböck – Shopper / Large shoulder bag
Black\n- Suede\n\nThe Laimböck brand stands for high quality and craftsmanship. They\nonly use high quality leather.\n\nThis women’s shopping bag is made of soft suede, which has a\nsoft look and touch.\n\nThis bag is very stylish and has a very spacious interior\nwhich is perfect for storing personal belongings.\n\nThe long handles allow the bag to be carried by hand or on\nthe shoulder.\n\nFront and rear are the same in terms of design.\n\nThis bag is never used and comes in a Laimböck dust bag.\n\nA key cord and a mini bag are included.\n\nSpacious main compartment.\n\nInterior features a pocket compartment and a zipped\ncompartment.\n\nSturdy handles.\n\nMade of soft suede.\n\nExternal measurements: 40 × 8 × 37 cm\n\nThe bag will be sent with a track code. Catawiki
Codhor - Men's watch - 1960
Calibre: Venus 188 - hand-wound mechanical movement - Steel\n Splendid and unique vintage Codhor watch dating back to the 1960 in next to new condition - push buttons\nWorn very few times, in perfect working order, very precise in keeping the time and as a stopwatch\nStainless steel case - Diameter: 37.50 mm, excluding winding stem (crown) and lugs.\nHand-wound mechanical movement with the famous and sophisticated Venus 188 calibre\nSpotless dial with no marks to note, stopwatch with blue and red indicators\nDouble counter with black hands that still have tritium\nStainless steel caseback ref: 151540\nGeneric leather watchstrap, hand-stitched, dimensions: 18.00 mm at lugs x 18.30 cm length (excluding casing and buckle)\nGeneric stainless steel buckle\nShipping via tracked and insured mail. Catawiki

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