At the summer auction in Bredgade we will go on a journey through older Danish art – from portraits by Jens Juel and Eckersberg’s classical motifs to Paul Fischer’s depictions of Copenhagen.
Wegner’s “Dolphin chair”, Kjærholm’s "Bowstring Chair" and Gottlob’s bar cabinet – this summer's design auction is an extraordinary feat, since it contains some of the most rare furniture pieces from the golden age of Danish design history.
Buddhist bronze figures, beautiful scrolls and imperial porcelain dominate at the summer’s auction of Oriental art from different periods of China’s and other Asian countries’ history.
"Life is not for the broken" was one of the Danish painter Kurt Trampedach’s personal sayings. We now have a number of his paintings up for auction that come from the collection of the legendary American art dealer Allan Stone.
At the upcoming international auction, we can present an elegant Louis XV Bureau en Pente from c. 1750. The bureau is attributed to the renowned French cabinetmaker Jacques Dubois, who created exquisite furniture for the royal court.
Exclusive Art Deco jewellery from the 1920s and 30s as well as well-known classics from Cartier are among the highlights of the international jewellery auction in Bredgade.
In this film, you can watch Alexa Bruun Rasmussen and our experts Kasper Nielsen, Niels Boe Hauggaard and Peter Kjelgaard talk about some of the highlights from the upcoming auction.
Imperial portraits, music-loving children and wonderful Fabergé – We focus on art and antiques from Russia at the international auction in Bredgade and at a subsequent online auction.
We regularly arrange special valuation events around and about in Denmark. Come and meet us when we visit a town near you. The list is updated regularly.