The Dorotheum auction house was founded in 1707 and later privatized in 2001. It is internationally renowned for its extensive selection of classic artwork, classic heirlooms and stunning antiques. If you are looking to discover rare, beautiful finds at an unbeatable price and on the spot – we suggest you act quickly with the direct sales service at this traditional auction house.
This mammoth establishment has 28 branch offices in Austria and holds around 600 auctions every single year. While auction houses are typically known for being places where you ‘bid’ for objects in a live atmosphere – there is also the opportunity to buy items without the need for bidding against other buyers. Direct sales means that you can purchase items that weren’t successfully sold at auction, available at an inclusive price.
This Aladdin’s cave is made up of a team of experienced professionals who all possess an impressive knowledge of classic and contemporary art, antiques, and Art Nouveau pieces. Dorotheum are made up of three business divisions; auction, retail (such as ‘Dorotheum Juwelier’) and pawn office. The antiques, artworks and vintage sculptures available at Dorotheum are premium items, and the price tag seamlessly matches the quality of the products.
Objects available through Dorotheum direct sales are limited in comparison to their auction sales. Items are often snapped up quickly, so if there’s something that takes your fancy, then don’t waste time hanging around. The helpful team are always on hand to offer advice and information about their items and services. Visit their website for more information regarding their direct sales and the other services that they offer.
Antiquing Tip Of The Day
As an antique dealer, you make your money when you buy, not when you sell. Take that to heart and try to follow that sentiment every time you buy something for resale.
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