Bukowskis Stockholm

Bukowskis Stockholm

Arsenalsgatan 4 Box 1754
Stockholm, Sweden 111 87
Tel: 46-8-614 0800
Fax: 46-8-611 4674
Email: postmaster@bukowskis.se


The Bukowski Auction House was founded in 1870, in Sweden, by the exiled Polish nobleman Henryk Bukowski. This auctioneer is credit to have introduced the first catalogued auctions in Sweden.

The first important sale for the house was the collection of the late King Charles XV in 1873. During the the early part of the 20th century the Bukowski Auction House sold the collection of the great collector Christian Hammer at five highly successful auctions. The most important buyer at the time was the Countess Wilhelmina von Hallwyl, the founder of the Hallwyl Museum in Stockholm.

During the 1920s, Bukowskis enjoyed the sole right to sell the etchings of Anders Zorn.

In the 1970s, one hundred years after the founding of the company, Bukowskis expanded considerably. Today Bukowskis has representatives all over the world.

Bukowskis is the oldest salesroom for fine art and antique auctions in Scandinavia.

Bukowskis has four main auctions per year, including modern and contemporary art focussing on modern design in furniture, silver and glass. The two other main sales are international auctions with old masters, 19th century paintings, antique furniture, carpets, silver, jewellery, china, glass, etc.


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