Sotheby's established its first Italian operations in Florence in 1968 and moved the main salerooms to Milan in 1973. Since July 2015 Sotheby’s Milan office has been located at Palazzo Serbelloni in the heart of the city. Sotheby’s Milan currently conducts two Modern & Contemporary Art sales each year, in addition to single owner collection sales, charity sales and previews of international exhibitions.
Sotheby’s Milan provides estimates for all collecting categories, including old master paintings, 19th-century paintings, modern and contemporary art, drawings, books, works of art, furniture, Chinese art, design, impressionist, prints, jewellery and watches. Our international experts can meet with you privately and offer their unique market access and global insights to develop a personalised sale strategy that will be the most beneficial for your specific needs.