Tiroche Auction House is the largest auction house in Israel, covering a wide range of fine and decorative arts, including painting, sculpture, silverware, antique furniture and porcelain, as well as Judaica, Asian art, African and Pre-Columbian art. The auction house was founded in 1992 by Dov Hazan and Micky Tiroche, and now conducts four major sales a year, auctioning over 1000 items over three consecutive days at each sale.
Tiroche boasts a location in the desireable Herzliya Pituach region in Israel, and its offices and saleroom are open throughout the year.
In recent years, Tiroche has conducted several high-profie estate sales, including the collections of the late Baroness Batsheva de Rothschild and the late philanthropist Gitta Sherover of Jerusalem. Tiroche has also auctioned sculptures that had been decorated by famous and important Israeli artists, and exhibited outdoors in the cities of Israel before being sold for charity. The auction house has achieved world record prices for works by artists including Abel Pann and Reuven Rubin.
Tiroche Auction House serves a local clientele as well as reaching out to a global audience with online sales.