Auctionata

As the world’s online auctions pioneer, Auctionata offer the gamut of services of an art and auction house entirely over the Internet. Working 100% online, the company offers evaluation, appraisal, authentication and marketing of precious objects, along with all associated logistics. The vision of the Berlin based start-up is to open up the international art market to the general public via the direct access made possible by the internet and to bring the thrill of the auction room live and in HD on to the computers, tablets and mobile devices from bidders all over the world.

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And sold! Lucio Fontana & Antoni Tàpies
Two more artworks from the valuation service have been sold this week!
7 New Consignments!
This week we bring news of not one – but a staggering seven artworks being snapped up for sale via the valuation service, all from a single client.
Auctionata | Paddle8 announce new CEO Thomas Hesse
In May of this year, Paddle8 and Auctionata merged to form Auctionata | Paddle8. This week they announced that Thomas Hesse, previously CEO of Sony Music Entertainment, will replace Auctionata founder and previous CEO Alexander Zacke.
Breasts, Bodies & the Bizarre: Auctionata's innovative auction show
Online auction house Auctionata have announced a new, innovative format in which they will present their upcoming photography auction. The house is calling the venture an ''auction show,'' combining the sale with a talk show hosted by German actor Kai Wiesinger.
Why Generation Y is vital to online art market growth: The Hiscox Online Art Trade Report 2016
The Hiscox Online Art Trade Report is out for 2016, here at Barnebys, we have broken down the report and found that Generation Y and new buyers present the online art market with exciting growth.

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1 bottle 1975 Château Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac
Four bottles of Château Mouton Rothschild\n1975 vintage\nPauillac, Bordeaux/France\nLabel designed by Andy Warhol (1928-1987)\nOriginal filling quantity: 0.75 l\nFill level: 3x upper shoulder, 1x top shoulder\nRobert Parker (1998): 90/100\nRené Gabriel (2014): 17/20\nWine Spectator (1991): 89/100\nThis item contains alcohol and can only be purchased by individuals that meet legal age restriction criteria\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nAuction Announcement on May 23, 2014 at 12:15am:\nUnlike quoted in the title the lot comprises 4 bottles of Château Mouton Rothschild.\nThis lot comprises four bottles of 1975 vintage Château Mouton Rothschild from the Pauillac appellation in Bordeaux. The label for this wine was designed by the famous pop artist Andy Warhol (1928-1987).\nThe Pauillac appellation produces some of the world’s most highly-prized and expensive red wines. Situated to the northwest of the city of Bordeaux, near the Atlantic coast, its vineyards are located on dried-out swamplands. Vines take root in gravel dunes with subterranean clay lens. Here, Cabernet Sauvignon can develop a unique depth of taste and power, so the grape variety therefore makes up a large percentage of the Pauillac cuvées. The tannin-rich, powerful, concentrated wines require longer bottle-ageing in order to differentiate and reveal their taste. The Classification of 1855 put the vineyards of the Lafite-Rothschild and Latour estates ahead of the pack, awarding them Premier cru status. Mouton-Rothschild has also belonged to the club since 1973. In second place are the Deuxième crus of Pichon-Longueville-Baron and Pichon-Longueville-Comtesse de Lalande. For decades, however, experts have judged them as being at least on a par with their Premier cru counterparts. This is also the case for numerous other top wines from this appellation.\nThe 1975 vintage was underrated at first, but has proven to be one of Germany’s best years yet. The wines are now at the peak of their maturity and are a great pleasure to drink today.\nThe 1975 Mouton Rothschild was rated 90 points by Robert Parker in his Bordeaux Book (3rd edition) in 1998. René Gabriel rated the wine 17 out of 20 points in 2014. It was rated 89 points in a 1991 issue of Wine Spectator magazine.\nThe fill levels are normal for a wine this age (3x upper shoulder, 1x top shoulder) and indicate ideal storage conditions. Some labels are very slightly damaged. The capsule is in perfect condition.\nChâteau Mouton Rothschild\nChâteau Mouton Rothschild in Pauillac near Bordeaux is one of the most famous wine-growing estates in the world and is still privately owned by the Rothschild banking family. Today’s estate is the legacy of Baron Philippe de Rothschild, who acquired it on October 22, 1922, when he was still a young man. By striving for excellence and constantly searching for new methods, he consistently improved the quality of the Château’s output. His first innovation was to bottle the wine on the estate in order to determine all stages of production: “Mise en Bouteille au Château”. His efforts were finally rewarded in 1973, when Château Mouton Rothschild was reclassified from Deuxième to Premier Cru (first growth) – the only change to have been made in the history of the official classification.\nMouton has 82 hectares of vineyard area, made up of 77 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 12 % Merlot, 9 % Cabernet Franc and 2 % Petit Verdot. Château Mouton Rothschild lies on a slope that is thirty metres high in places. On this slope, a layer of more than eight metres of gravel lies on a calciferous base, coming from alluvial deposits from the nearby Gironde, in the Pyrenees, towards the end of the Beestonian stage. The Cabernet Sauvignon grape variety grows splendidly on this soil. Auctionata
Louis Vuitton, Epi Capucine Shoulder Bag, France, 1997
Black smooth and Epi leather, gold metallic pieces\nFrance, 1997\nLouis Vuitton (since 1854) ? French luxury goods company\nMarked with company logo ?® Louis Vuitton Paris - made in France?, monogram ?LV? and date code ?VI0947?\nModel: Capucine\nTurn lock clasp\nFront and reverse with Epi leather\nTwo large interior pokets with additional side pocket and centered zipper pocket\nAdjustable shoulder strap\nDimensions: c. 24 x 26 x 5 cm\nGood condition\nA stylish and elegant yet practical everyday bag made from durable Epi leather\nEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 500 ?\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nCondition:\nThe bag is in good condition. Partially slight abrasion and some slight scratches. The dimensions of c. 24 x 26 x 5 cm.\n\nLouis Vuitton (since 1854)\nLouis Vuitton (1821-1892) started his training as a bag maker at suitcase manufacturer Monsieur Maréchal in 1837 in Paris. This was essential in times of rough luggage transport on carriages, steam boats or trains. He opened his own shop in 1854 under the name of Louis Vuitton Malletier in Rue Neuve-des-Capucines 4. His modern dirt-resistant and waterproof products were of such good quality, that they were soon in high demand. The frameworks of the trunks were made from wood and metal constructions. 1886 Georges Vuitton (1857-1936), son of the company?s founder, invented the revolutionary locking system that is still used today. The patented Tumber Lock protects the trunk?s content from theft with an innovative locking system with two spring caps. When Louis Vuitton died in 1892, Georges took over the company. It was him who designed and established the iconic LV monogram. The luxury brand is popular worldwide and is one of the leading companies of the world of fashion. Auctionata
Rolex Air-King Precision, Ref. 5500, c. 1986
Rolex Air-King Precision, ref. 5500\nSwitzerland, c. 1986\nAutomatic movement, calibre 1520; 26 jewels, hour, minute, second\nGold dial, tritium luminescent mass, gold luminescent hands\nWatch case, original strap and folding clasp of stainless steel\nWatch case no. 9353944\nDial, watch case and movement signed\nCase diameter: 33 mm; Length of strap: 17 cm\nTotal weight: 85 g\nFlawless dial\nPolished watch case\nClean movement\nPlexi glass\nFunctional, overall good condition with minor traces of wear\nC 2+\nEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 1,600 €\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nDuring in house testing the watch was functional. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.\n\nSize and weight may deviate from the manufacturer’s indication. All watches are hand-measured and weighed. Overhaul recommended at buyer’s expense.\n\nShould this lot contain property from endangered species, these elements will not be shipped. This only applies to prospective non-EU customers if a species conservation certificate is missing.\n\n0 – mint condition\n1 – very good condition with minimal traces of wear\n2 – good condition with minor traces of wear\n3 – good condition with traces of wear\n4 – worn condition with substantial traces of wear\n5 – well worn condition with substantial damages to dial, casing or movement Auctionata
Colour lithograph “La Femme avec le Tigre“, by Corneille, 1987
Colour lithograph\nNetherlands, 1987\nCorneille (1922 – 2010) – Dutch artist of the CoBrA group\nPrints by Corneille fetch up to 3,000 Euros at international auctions\nSigned and dated lower right in pencil “Corneille ‘87”\nNumbered lower left in pencil “107/200”\nOverall dimensions, framed: 71 x 89.5 cm\nVery good condition\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nThe colour lithograph “La femme avec le tigre” was made by Corneille in 1987. The Dutch artist was frequently inspired by African art, which he also collected; his works are often imaginative, decorated with exotic animals and stylized forms, and composed in the bird’s eye perspective that was unusual at the time. In this work, too, the reduced composition, brilliant colouring and exotic ornamentation is visible – the work is divided into five clearly defined elements and created in a unique palette.\n\nThe bird at the top left is flying into the scene between the pacing tiger and the frozen woman. The sexuality between the tiger and the woman is made clear in the composition – the tiger’s tail directs the viewer’s gaze directly to the stark naked woman’s pubic mound.\n\nThe print is in very good condition, the frame shows traces of wear. The colour lithograph is signed and dated lower right in pencil, “Corneille ‘87”, and numbered lower left in pencil, “107/200”. The overall dimensions, framed, are 71 x 89.5 cm; the printing plate’s size is 50.5 x 70.5 cm.\n\nCorneille, born Guillaume Cornelis van Beverloo (1922 – 2010)\nThe Dutch artist Corneille was co-founder of the CoBrA-group. He studied at the Imperial Academy in Amsterdam and founded the CoBrA group with other neo-expressionists. He travelled widely and moved finally in 1950 to Paris where he worked with strong colours and reduced compositions. His works were exhibited internationally, including the famed Kassel contemporary art fair Documenta. Auctionata
Patek Philippe Ref. 2451, Switzerland, Around 1950
Patek Philippe, ref. 2451\nSwitzerland, around 1950\nManual wind movement, calibre 10’’’200; 18 jewels, hour, minute, small second\nSilver dial, gold hands\nWatch case and pin buckle of 18K gold\nOriginal, black leather strap with pin buckle\nWatch case no. 668801; Movement no. 957663\nWatch case cover is hallmarked\nCase diameter: 30 mm; Height: 9 mm\nLength of strap: 20 cm; Lugs width: 16 mm\nTotal weight: 36 g\nFully functional, very good condition with minor traces of wear\nEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 6,000 €\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nThis Patek Philippe wristwatch, ref. 2451, was made in Switzerland around 1950. The watch is fitted with a manual wind movement calibre 10’’’200 with 18 jewels and displays hour, minute and small second. The silver dial shows gold hands. Watch case and pin buckle are made of 18K gold. The watch has an original, black leather strap with pin buckle. The watch case number is 668801. The movement number is 957663. The watch case cover is hallmarked.\nThe watch case measures 30 mm in diameter and 9 mm in height. The watch weighs 36 grams. The strap is 20 cm long. The timepiece is in a very good condition with minor traces of wear. During in house testing the watch was fully functional. Long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.\nSize and weight may deviate from the manufacturer’s indication. All watches are hand-measured and weighed.\nShould this lot contain property from endangered species, these elements will not be shipped. This only applies to prospective non EU customers if a species conservation certificate is missing. Auctionata

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