Wondering what your works of art and paintings are worth? Sotheby’s is here to help.

Our Stockholm-based specialists can provide you with a confidential and complimentary auction estimate.

Sotheby’s sells artworks and objects in the following categories:

Scandinavian Art, Contemporary Art, Impressionist and Modern Art, Asian Arts, African & Oceanic Art, French and Continental Furniture, Silver, Sculptures, Old Master Paintings and Drawings, 19th-century Paintings and Drawings, Books and Manuscripts, 20th-century Design, Prints and Editions, Automobiles, Jewels, Watches, Wine…

HOW TO SELL

Just send us a photograph of the piece along with a description and your contact information to stockholm@sothebys.com. You can also contact our Stockholm office directly:

Peder Isacson and Sofia Ström
Sturegatan 24
114 36 Stockholm
+46(0)8 679 54 78
stockholm@sothebys.com

Once we have determined that your property is appropriate for sale at auction, our specialists will coordinate every detail, from cataloguing your property to marketing it to prospective buyers around the world.
 

WHEN TO SELL

We hold auctions throughout the year in London, New York, Geneva, Zurich, Paris, Milan and Hong Kong. Our specialists will work with you to determine the optimal time and location to sell your piece in order to ensure the strongest bidding activity.

WHY SOTHEBY’S

Sotheby’s sells the best works of art and objects in the world. We consistently achieve the highest prices for sellers, and buyers know to come to us when they are in search of the best property on the market. Located in more than 70 cities, our multilingual staff can guide you through the entire process.

EXAMPLES OF PREVIOUS CONSIGNMENTS

 

Property from a Scandinavian Private Collection
Helene Schjerfbeck
The Red-Haired Girl II
Estimated £500,000—700,000
Sold for £1,205,000, 19th Century European Paintings, London, May 2016
Property from the Estate of a Private Swedish Collector
Alexander Calder
Untitled
Estimated £800,000—1,200,000
Sold for £1,865,000, Contemporary Art Evening Auction, London, June 2016
Property from a Private Swedish Collection
Edgar Degas
Danseuse regardant la plante de son pied droit (deuxième étude)
Estimated £200,000—300,000
Sold for £629,000, Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale, London, June 2016
Property of an Important Private Collector
Fine fancy intense blue diamond ring
Estimated CHF 2,880,000—4,800,000
Sold for CHF 5,626,000, Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels, Geneva, May 2016
A Famille-Verte Vase, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi Period
Estimated £20,000—30,000
Sold for £112,500, Important Chinese Art, London, May 2016
Property from an Important Private Norwegian Collection
Edvard Munch
The Scream
Lithograph on wove paper
Estimated £ 800,000—1,200,000
Sold for £1,805,000, Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale, London, June 2016