Antiquorum is proud to announce the outstanding results of their recent auction, which generated a remarkable total of CHF 10’301’750 in sales (including buyer’s premium). The auction, held on
Sunday May 14th and Monday May 15th at the Beau-Rivage Genève hotel, showcased an exquisite collection of items that captivated the interest of both in-person attendees and online bidders and demonstrates Antiquorum’s exceptional expertise and distinctive character in the realm of auctions.
With an estimated sales rate of 86% of the lots, this auction demonstrated a strong demand for the diverse range of offerings. Notably, the auction achieved more than 125% of the total estimated value, underscoring the exceptional quality and desirability of the items presented.
While delighted to welcome numerous clients to their auction room, it is worth highlighting the significant role that online bidders played in driving the success of this event. With over 1’000
registered bidders participating virtually, the online component emerged as a pivotal aspect of the auction. This reinforces the growing trend of digital engagement in the auction industry, as bidders from around the world actively participated in securing their desired items.
Furthermore, Antiquorum is pleased to acknowledge the strong presence of European buyers, particularly those from Switzerland. Their enthusiastic engagement and support added a distinct local dimension to the auction, demonstrating the universal appeal of the items on offer.
The success of this auction can be attributed to Antiquorum’s commitment to curating a diverse and compelling collection that caters to the varied tastes and preferences of their discerning clientele. Their team of experts conducted meticulous research to select artworks, antiques, collectibles, and other valuable pieces that were highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike.
Finally, Antiquorum would like to express their gratitude to all the bidders, consignors, and supporters who contributed to the triumph of this auction.