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With Direct Auction you can both buy and sell artwork, design and antiques – all from the comfort of your home. Everything from the valuation and sale to bidding and booking of shipments takes place online.
The exhibition "The Fabergé Chamber" at Amalienborg Palace shows the Danish Royal House’s art treasures from Russia. Meet our Chief Specialist in Russian art, Martin Hans Borg, inside the dark chamber from where he tells the story of the ties between the Danish and Russian monarchies in the 19th century.
"There is always something. There is never nothing". From 1-24 December this year, you can follow a new season of "Kær’s Art Calendar" as the popular presenter and art detective zooms in on Vilhelm Hammershøi's painting "Interior in Strandgade, Sunlight on the Floor" from 1901.
Perhaps it's time to clear out the attic and storage places. If you are considering a sale at auction, we can provide you with a free estimate of your works of art, design classics, antiques and collectibles.
This December's Live Auction in Copenhagen resulted in nine million Kroner hammer prices on masterpieces of art and design by Finn Juhl. At the same time, a number of museums bought several works for their collections.
Every week of the year, you have the opportunity to bid on more than 1,500 works of art, design classics, antiques and collectibles at our Online Auctions.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, we will function as a drive-in auction house during the coming period. You can still have art objects valuated, consign items to auction and pick up your auction purchase - all from the car parks in front of our locations.
Strong female voices have often not been given their rightful place in art history. Alongside a number of museums, we are focusing on female artists and artisans during the coming year. The current Online Auction includes names such as Emilie Mundt, Ebba Carstensen and Eva Stæhr-Nielsen.