Here you find everything you need to know
how to buy and sell on Bukowskis Market

Our most common questions and answers

Where can I pickup my won items?

Please NOTE! Items SOLD in Stockholm are collected at Norra Stationsgatan 71 and items SOLD in Malmö are collected at Kalendegatan 18, Malmö. Please see following adresses for other locations and TRANSPORTED items:

Transport ordered to Stockholm: Magasin 6, Frihamnsgatan 56, Stockholm. Entrance 2 and elevators 3 or 4. Map

Items where the transport has been ordered to Malmö, will be sent to and collected at Globus in Östra Hamnen, address Borrgatan 17, Malmö. You can visit us by car or take a buss number 35 from Södervärn or Central Station in Malmö, bus stop Väderögatan.

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LocationAdressOpening hoursPhonenumber
Shipped to Stockholm-Magasin 6, Frihamnsgatan 56, Stockholm. Entrance 2 and elevators 3 or 4Mon - Fri 11 - 18, Sat Closed, Sun Closed+46 8-512 58 650
Bought in Stockholm (Market)-Norra Stationsgatan 71 / Hälsingegatan 43, Stockholm Mon - Fri 11 - 18, Sat 11 - 15, Sun Closed+46 8-23 57 00
Bought in or shipped to Göteborg-Frihamnen 16 A, Göteborg Mon - Fri 11 - 17,Sat 11 - 15, Sun Closed+46 31-15 45 80
Shipped to Malmö-Borrgatan 17, Malmö. Globus in Östra HamnenMon - Fri 13 - 17, Sat Closed, Sun Closed+46 40-661 39 50
Bought in Malmö-Kalendegatan 18, MalmöMon - Fri 13 - 17, Sat 11 - 15, Sun Closed+46 40-661 39 50
Bought in or shipped to Norrköping-Linnégatan 21 NorrköpingMon - Fri 13 - 17, Sat 11 - 15, Sun Closed+46 11-18 42 30
Bought in or shipped to Helsinki
(jewellery and wristwatches, please see below)
-Bukowskis Market, Stora Robertsgatan 4, Helsingfors Mon - Fri 13 - 17, Mon & Wed pickup also 17 - 18, Sat - Sun Closed +358 9-66 89 11 50
JEWELLERY and WRISTWATCHES bought in or shipped to Helsinki-Bukowskis, Iso Roobertinkatu 12, Helsinki Mon - Fre 11 - 17, Sat Closed, Sun Closed +358 9-6689 1134

What are your addresses and opening hours?

Here you find addresses and opening hours for all showrooms. Addresses and Opening hours

How can I arrange transport to my home-adress?

Bukowskis Market does not have possibility for homedelivery, but you can f.ex. see a list of shippers in Sweden and in Finland or to abroad on our HELP-page.

List of transport companies

Can I order transport myself?

Of course it is possible! You can order transport from our auction houses on "My Bukowskis" after you have won an auction. We recommend that you order transport from our offices to a pickup point immediately after you win an auction. That way you can avoid possible storage-fees. For transport to other cities in Sweden or abroad, see our list of couriers: Transport companies.

What is the estimated delivery time after I have ordered a transport?

It takes usually about 1-3 weeks to transport from our auction houses to a pickup point in Stockholm, Helsinki, Gothenburg, Malmö or Norrköping.

How can I see if my item has arrived after transport ?

It takes about 1-3 weeks to transport from our auction houses to a pickup point and you will receive a message by e-mail when your item has arrived and is ready to be collected. You can also see status of your transport when you are logged in on the page My Bukowskis / Deliveries.

Can someone else collect my item?

Absolutely.

The person that collects your item needs to have the invoice-number and his/her own ID.

How can I see if Bukowskis Market has received payment for my invoice?

You can check if your payment has been received on Bukowskis Market's bank account via page My Bukowskis (you must be logged in). Your invoice is marked paid and with green color when we have received your payment. Normally it takes one bankday for us to receive payment if you pay with banktransfer. Payment from abroad can take up to 5 bankdays.

How do I pay a finnish invoice if I live in Sweden/abroad or a swedish invoice if I live in Finland/abroad?

You can pay with card via My Bukowskis or to the account number you find on your invoice.

More information: Invoices and payment

Why didn't I win an auction when I placed the same bid as the winner?

If two or more bidders place the same maximum bid the first bid registered will be the winner. You find more information about bidding under the section for: Buying


How long does it take you to publish an item I want to sell? Why have only some of my items been published?

It will usually take us 1-3 weeks to publish an item. Items are continually published after being catalogued and photographed.

What happens if my item is not sold?

We will publish all items three times and will allow seven days to pass between each time. If item is not sold, we do not charge anything.

Why am I not receiving some of the expected e-mails from Bukowskis Market?

Some of our customers with Hotmail-address might experience that some of our e-mail messages or some of our e-mail addresses are blocked by their Hotmail. Please add Bukowskis Market as trusted sender and take away blockage if it is active.

This is unfortunately out of our controll and if the problem continues, you might want to concider changing to another e-mail provider, for example Gmail. You can create such an adress here: www.gmail.com

How do I add my favorites to a list?

You add items to your list of favorites by clicking on the heart you find on all items. The item is added to your list of favorites and saved on "My Bukowskis" so you can easily find them again. We can also send you reminders before any such auction closes.

Information

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGED OPENING HOURS DURING THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS - PLEASE CLICK HERE TO CONFIRM UPDATED OPENING HOURS

Payment

When do I pay and how do I collect?

NOTE! We do not accept cash payment, you can pay with all major bank cards and foreign credit cards except American Express.


For payment of purchases made on Bukowskis Market Sweden

Fee when paying by credit card or foreign card 1.55% (Diners - 2.25%)

From August 1, 2010, a new law was passed that does not allow fees being imposed on card-payments. Bukowski's Market are exempt from this law as we fall under the Commission Act (2009:865).


For payment of purchases made on Bukowskis Market Finland

We do not accept Diners Club or American Express in Finland, but you can pay with all major bank cards and foreign credit cards.


Payment

Payment has to be made and the item picked up within 7 days after the auction has ended. You will receive a receipt when you pay in our office, if you pay through the Bukowskis Market site you will receive a receipt when you collect your item/-s.

You can pay as card payment under My Bukowskis – Invoices or at the auction house (in the same country the item was purchased from).

You can also pay to our bank account using reference-number. Please see the invoice for the bank account number (IBAN and BIC when paying from abroad) and reference number.


NOTE: Since we do not accept payment of items purchased in Sweden in our showroom in Helsinki or items bought in Helsinki in our showroom in Sweden, please pay via "My Bukowskis" or bank transfer. The same applies to shipments between countries. We apologize for the inconvenience.


How do I pay my invoice?

Credit / Debit card

The easiest and fastest way for you to pay bills on Bukowskis Market is by credit card under “My Bukowskis”. To pay an invoice, you must add a credit card.

On "My Pages" you can find all invoices. Do like this to pay:

  • Go to My Bukowskis / Invoices.
  • Choose which invoice to pay.
  • Click "Pay".
  • Choose Credit card, and click "Make payment".

You can also pay as card payment to our cashier latest on expiry date if you pay in the same country you have purchased your item.


FOR PAYMENT OF PURCHASES MADE ON BUKOWSKIS MARKET SWEDEN

We do not accept American Express.

Fee when paying by credit card or foreign card 1.55% (Diners - 2.25%)

From August 1, 2010, a new law was passed that does not allow fees being imposed on card-payments. .Bukowski's Market are exempt from this law as we fall under the Commission Act(2009:865).

Bankgiro

You can also pay to our Bankgiro using OCR-number:

BG 314-5778
OCR Your invoice-number

You can find the invoice-number on My Bukowskis - Invoices.

Payment from outside SWEDEN

When paying from outside Sweden, transfer the money to SEB.

BankSEB
Account-number5240-1007032
Adress SEB
Nybrogatan 39
SE-102 48 Stockholm
BIC-adressEssesess
Telex2500 Essebs
IBANSE1350000000052401007032

Note: Do not forget to use your invoice-number as a reference.

Collection of items can be made only when Bukowskis Market has received payment.


NOTE: Since we do not accept payment of items purchased in Sweden in our showroom in Helsinki or items bought in Helsinki in our showroom in Sweden, please pay via "My Bukowskis" or bank transfer. The same applies to shipments between countries. We apologize for the inconvenience.


FOR PAYMENT OF PURCHASES MADE ON BUKOWSKIS MARKET FINLAND

We do not accept American Express or Diners Club.

Banktransfer

You can also pay to our bank account using reference-number:

Account number 122830-6690
Reference number Your invoice number

You can find the invoice-number on My Bukowskis - Invoices.

Payment from outside FINLAND (International banktransfer)

BankNORDEA
Account number122830-6690
Address NORDEA
Mannerheimintie 7
FI-00020 Helsinki
BICNDEAFIHH
IBANFI5812283000006690

Note: Do not forget to use your invoice-number as a reference.

Collection of items can be made only when Bukowskis Market has received payment.


NOTE: Since we do not accept payment of items purchased in Sweden in our showroom in Helsinki or items bought in Helsinki in our showroom in Sweden, please pay via "My Bukowskis" or bank transfer. The same applies to shipments between countries. We apologize for the inconvenience.


Cash-payment

NOTE! We DO NOT accept cash payment.

For security-reasons we can no longer accept cash payments.


Vacancies

Any job openings at Bukowskis Market?

We have no job openings right now.

Transportation

Do you transport from your locations in Stockholm, Helsinki, Göteborg, Malmö and Norrköping?

Each week we transport objects from our auction houses to pickup points in Stockholm, Helsinki, Gothenburg, Malmö and Norrköping. Delivery takes about 1-3 weeks.

We can keep low prices (from SEK 100/EUR 10) by a simple pricing model. Each item has a shipping charge, which mainly depends on its size and handling requirements. For shipments of multiple items add the individual costs together. No additional fees apply, regardless if you ship a single item or a hundred.

Shipping costs for an object is specified on the object side together with description, condition report and other information. You might find items where we missed entering the freight cost. Contact us for a quote.

After you have won an auction, you can order transportation under My Bukowskis / Deliveries / Delivery Order. Since shipping charges are per item, you can order transport directly and need not to wait for other auctions that you are bidding on to end.

We recommend that you order transport from our offices to a pickup point immediately after you win an auction. That way you can avoid possible storage-fees.

You can choose immediate billing when ordering or contact us and have an invoice issued.

Transport in Sweden for items purchased in Sweden can be paid when you collect in our swedish auction houses.

On My Bukowskis / Deliveries you can see ordered transports and if they await loading, are in transit or have arrived. Delivery time is normally about 1 - 3 weeks depending on when the next shipment leaves for your pickup point. We will also send an email when your items arrive.

Contact our customerservice if you have any questions about transport between Helsinki and Sweden. Questions about shipping between Finland and Sweden.

NOTE: Since we do not accept payment of items purchased in Sweden in our showroom in Helsinki or items bought in Helsinki in our showroom in Sweden, please pay via MyBukowskis or bank transfer. The same applies to shipments between countries. We apologize for the inconvenience.


Can I get items transported to my door?

Bukowskis Market handles shipments only from our auction houses to pickup points in Stockholm, Helsinki, Göteborg, Malmö and Norrköping and cannot offer to deliver to any other addresses.

We do not handle packaging and packing of objects to be sent by other carriers because of the risk of damages. The handling of the objects during transport vary between different carriers, and the packaging and packing has to be therefore handled by the transport company to ensure that objects are not damaged or broken in transit.

SWEDEN

For a delivery to your door or to other destinations here is a list of carriers in Sweden:

To dial Sweden from abroad: Dial +46 followed by the city code or cellphone prefix where you drop the leading 0, dial the remaining digits. (City codes for Stockholm is 08, Göteborg/Gothenburg 031, Malmö 040 and Norrköping 011)

Crown +46 (0)8 500 119 25 home(Greater Stockholm, Sweden and international)
ArtMove08-450 44 60home(Greater Stockholm, Sweden and international)
Mail Boxes Etc08-510 685 54 fax: 08-611 17 50 e-mail: auction@mailboxes.se(Greater Stockholm, Sweden and international)
Rapido08-733 50 00(Greater Stockholm)
Mex08-668 33 00(Greater Stockholm)
MTAB08-54 60 01 00 home(Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, Sweden and international)
TransArt08-55 65 18 00, 031-52 71 20 home(From Stockholm and Gothenburg - Sweden)
Mailogic070-728 72 49 home(Sweden and international)
Timrå Express060-120 800 home(Kiruna - Stockholm - Gothenburg Weekly)
Transportbyrån08-207555 home(Copenhagen-Malmö-Falkenberg-Gothenburg-Stockholm regularly)
Klas Hansson Åkeri AB0414-41 42 40 home(Sweden and international)
JH Transport ApS045 4373 5555 home(Sweden and international)
Östervärns Express ABe-mail: info@ostervarnsexpress.se(Malmö-Gothenburg-Malmö and surrounding areas)
Karlstad Express054-85 35 90 home(Karlstad, Gbg, Malmö, Borås, Halmstad)
Röde Orm Antik Servicee-mail: johan.westrell@tele2.se /0708 25 38 70(Copenhagen-Malmö-Gothenburg-Stockholm)
Flyttfabriken AB08-515 100 99 home(Stockholm and surrounding areas)

NORRKÖPING

We have a possibility to send jewelry and smaller silver objects by post from Norrköping. To order postservice for such items, please contact Marcus Vångström Mon-Fri during office hours, preferably 10-11 AM (Telephone +46 (0)11-470 88 07).


FINLAND

For posting or a delivery to your door in Finland here is a list of carriers :

To dial Finland from abroad: Dial +358 followed by the city code or cellphone prefix where you drop the leading 0, dial the remaining digits.

Transport Mustamäkihomepage0400-690 960Helsinki, Southern Finland
Mustamäkihomepage0400-690 960Collects, packs and posts
Tavarataksit A.S.A.P -Yhtiöthomepage09-838 7600Helsinki-area, Finland, ask about packing
Alfa Movinghomepage0207 931 100
Finland and international

[Contact us here] (mailto:info.finland@bukowskismarket.com) if you do not find a suitable finnish courier/carrier.


How do I send my auction items abroad?

Bukowskis Market does not offer transportation except from our auction houses to pickup points in Stockholm, Helsinki, Gothenburg, Malmö and Norrköping.

We can also not assist with packing when goods are to be shipped with another shipping firm due to the risk for damages.

The handling of goods differs a lot between shipping firms and therefore the packing has to be handled by the shipping firm.


SWEDEN

For transportation questions or quotes you can contact for example the following companies in Sweden:

To dial Sweden from abroad: Dial +46 followed by the city code or cellphone prefix where you drop the leading 0, dial the remaining digits. (City codes for Stockholm is 08, Göteborg 031 and Malmö 040)

Crown +46 (0)8 500 119 25 home(Greater Stockholm, Sweden and international)
ArtMove08-450 44 60 home(Greater Stockholm, Sweden and international)
Mail Boxes Etc08-510 685 54 fax 08-611 17 50
e-mail auction@mailboxes.se
(Greater Stockholm, Sweden and international)
Packman+45 36 72 15 00 home(Nordic countries, Europe and all international/overseas)
MTAB08-54 60 01 00 home(Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, Sweden and international)
OC Transport0735-33 10 24(From Stockholm - Sweden and international)
Mailogic070-728 72 49 home(Sweden and international)
Detlef Schneider+49 176 8318 5392 / 0706-487808 home(From Sweden to Germany and Austria)
Rare Species Oy+7 812 702 81 92 / e-mail:info@rare-species.com (Russia and International)
Note! open 9:30 - 18:30 UTC +3
JH Transport ApS045 4373 5555 home(Denmark, Sweden and international)
Rare Species Oye-mail:
info@rare-species.com
+7 812 702 81 92Russia and International
Note! Open 9:30-18:30 UTC +3

NORRKÖPING

We have a possibility to send jewelry and smaller silver objects by post from Norrköping. To order postservice for such items, please contact Marcus Vångström Mon-Fri during office hours, preferably 10-11 AM (Telephone +46 (0)11-470 88 07).


FINLAND

For transportation questions or quotes you can contact for example the following companies in Finland:

Transport Mustamäkihomepage+ 358 (0)400-690 960International in co-operation with ArtMove
Mustamäkihomepage+358 (0)400-690 960Collects and packs.
Ask about posting to abroad.
Beweshiphomepage+358 20 7857 500International
Alfa Movinghomepage
+358 (0)207 931 100
International
Nurminen Logisticshomepage+358 (0)10 545 00International
Rare Species Oye-mail:
info@rare-species.com
+7 812 702 81 92Russia and International
Note! Open 9:30-18:30 UTC +3

To dial Finland from abroad: Dial +358 followed by the city code or cellphone prefix where you drop the leading 0, dial the remaining digits.

If you don't find a shipper for your item from Finland to abroad , please contact us here.


EXPORT OF CULTURAL OBJECTS

NOTE! According to the Swedish Act on Restrictions to the Export of Cultural Objects (1988:950), export license is required for the export of certain cultural objects from Sweden. According to the Finnish Act on Restrictions to the Export of Cultural Objects 115/1999, export license is required for the export of certain cultural objects from Finland to other Member States of the European Union and for the export from the territory of the Community. In addition to what is prescribed in these Acts, the provisions of Council Regulation (EEC) No 3911/92 on the export of cultural goods shall be in force regarding the export of cultural objects from the European Community. It is the Customers responsibility that these permits are obtained.

You can find more information by following this link:

Exportation of Cultural Objects from Sweden



Where can I pickup my won items?

Here are adresses to our pickup points.

Stockholm and Malmö have specific pickup points for TRANSPORTED items.

All items where the transport has been ordered to Stockholm, will be sent to and collected at Frihamnen: Magasin 6, Frihamnsgatan 56, Stockholm. Entrance 2 and elevators 3 or 4. Map

Items where the transport has been ordered to Malmö, will be sent to and collected at Globus in Östra Hamnen, address Borrgatan 17, Malmö. It is possible to arrive with a car or take a buss number 35 from Södervärn or Central Station in Malmö, bus stop Väderögatan.

Items SOLD in Stockholm are collected at Norra Stationsgatan 71, Stockholm and items SOLD in Malmö are collected at Kalendegatan 18, Malmö. Please see following adresses for other locations and TRANSPORTED items:
LocationAdressOpening hoursPhonenumber
Shipped to Stockholm-Magasin 6, Frihamnsgatan 56, Stockholm. Entrance 2 and elevators 3 or 4Mon - Fri 11 - 18, Sat Closed, Sun Closed+46 8-51258650
Bought in Stockholm (Market)-Norra Stationsgatan 71 / Hälsingegatan 43, Stockholm Mon - Fri 11 - 18, Sat 11 - 15, Sun Closed+46 8-23 57 00
Bought in or shipped to Göteborg-Frihamnen 16 A, Göteborg Mon - Fri 11 - 17,Sat 11 - 15, Sun Closed+46 31-15 45 80
Shipped to Malmö-Borrgatan 17, Malmö. Globus in Östra HamnenMon - Fri 13 - 17, Sat Closed, Sun Closed+46 40-661 39 50
Bought in Malmö-Kalendegatan 18, MalmöMon - Fri 13 - 17, Sat 11 - 15, Sun Closed+46 40-661 39 50
Bought in or shipped to Norrköping-Linnégatan 21 NorrköpingMon - Fri 13 - 17, Sat 11 - 15, Sun Closed+46 11-18 42 30
Bought in or shipped to Helsingfors
(jewellery and wristwatches, please see below)
-Bukowskis Market, Stora Robertsgatan 4, Helsingfors Mon - Fri 13 - 17, Mon & Wed pickup also 17 - 18, Sat - Sun Closed +358 9-66 89 11 50
JEWELLERY and WRISTWATCHES bought in or shipped to Helsinki-Bukowskis, Iso Roobertinkatu 12, Helsinki Mon - Fre 11 - 17, Sat Closed, Sun Closed +358 9-6689 1134

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO CONFIRM UPDATED OPENING HOURS

Valuation

Where can I get my items valuated?

You are always welcome to meet our assessors and leave your items to be sold in our auction houses in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, Norrköping and Helsinki. Adresses & Opening hours

Please NOTE! In Helsinki are all jewellery and wristwatches valuated (and collected) at Bukowskis, Iso Roobertinkatu 12.

Account and registration

How do I create a Bukowskis Market account?

  • Click Register or in the top-right menu.

  • Enter your details and click the "Register" button.

  • After you've registered at our site, an email will be sent to you. The purpose of this e-mail is to confirm that your e-mail account works.

    Open the e-mail message and click the activation link.

    If you can't find the message, wait a while, check for new mail and look for it again. If you still can't find it, make sure it didn't end up in your spam folder by mistake. If you still can't find it, contact us.

  • Login to place bids. When you're not logged in, there is a log-in link in the top-right menu.

How do I activate my account?

After you've registered at our site, an email will be sent to you. The purpose of this e-mail is to confirm that your e-mail account works.

Open the e-mail message and click the activation link.

If you can't find the message, wait a while, check for new mail and look for it again.

If you still can't find it, make sure it didn't end up in your spam folder by mistake.

If you still can't find it, contact us.

How do I change my adress and email?

Do like this:

  • Log in.

  • Click on My Bukowskis here in the menu on the top right corner.

  • Click on "Profile" in the left-hand column.

  • Make your changes. If you change your email, please make certain you have entered the new one correctly.

  • Click on "Save Changes" at the bottom of the page to update your information.

  • Certain details are you unable to change due to security reasons, contact us for such changes.

What can i do when i have forgotten my password?

  • Click on ”Log in”.

  • Click on ”Forgot password”.

  • Enter the emailadress you have registered with us.

  • Click ”Send”

Shortly you will recieve an email with a link to use where you can choose a new password.

How much does it cost to be a registered customer at Bukowskis Market?

Being a customer at Bukowskis Market and get items valuated or browse our archive of sold items is totally free of charge. You only pay if you buy or sell something.

What are your terms and conditions?

Why is my account suspended?

An account can be suspended for several reasons. These are the most common:

  • You have overdue invoices.

  • You have items that haven't been collected.

  • Other reason that necessitates that we get in touch with you. Contact customer service


Buy

How do i find items at Bukowskis Market?

There are several ways to find items you are interested in. I all depends on which way suits you the best.

Browse by category: On top of the first page you find our categories t. Here you simply click a category and then you can either narrow down to sub categories or browse through the items.

Browse by search: You write the name of the item you search for and the click Search item. Then you can browse through the search results. Try not to use too many words since this can return to many or too few results.

Save your search: You can when you are logged in save your search in your profile and receive a daily email with new items that match the criteria in the search. The button to save your search you find at the end of the search-result.

Saved searches can be edited and removed when logged in on My Bukowskis - Saved searches.

How do I bid?

  • Input your maximum bid amount in the "Bid" field to the right on the item page. Then click the "Place bid" button.

    Our maximum bid service will bid for you, placing the smallest necessary bid at every time, up to your maximum bid amount. Bidding service.

  • Confirm your bid after double-checking the amount, currency and the item location.

  • You should now see a confirmation that your bid has been placed.

How do maximum bids work?

If you place a bid that is higher than the next incremental bid you will automatically activate the maximum bid service. We will place your bids up to your maximum bid. If your maximum bid is equal to, or lower than se reserve price of the auction, your maximum bid will be shown immediately.

Often the bidding-war only start at the very few minutes. If you place a maximum bid you never need to worry about missing out on an interesting item. You will ever only pay exactly the amount needed to win the bidding, with your maximum bid as the ceiling.

This is how it works:

  • Enter the maximum bid you are willing to place for the item in question. If you place a bid higher than the lowest possible according to bid increment the maximum bid service is automatically activated.

  • In case your maximum bud is outbid we will let you know by email. You can then choose to place a new bid.

  • If two bidders place the same maximum bid the first bid registered will be the winner.

  • Should your maximum bid be the same as or lower than the reserve price your maximum bid will be posted at once. This is becouse maximum bid service is trying to win you the item and must exceed the reserve price in order to do so. Remember that your bid need to exceed any reserve price to count as a winning bid.

  • A maximum bid can be lowered to the next lowest bid-increment allowed. The bid already placed is not affected.

What happens if I am outbid?

If someone places a higher bid than yours you will receive an e-mail informing you of the new highest bid.

Remember you can place a higher maximum bid early and increase your chances to win.

Which are the bid increments for online auctions?

CURRENCY SEK (Sweden)

Current bidIncrement
300 SEK-999 SEK50 SEK
1.000 SEK-1.999 SEK100 SEK
2.000 SEK-9.999 SEK200 SEK
10.000 SEK-19.999 SEK500 SEK
20.000 SEK-39.999 SEK1.000 SEK
40.000 SEK-2.000 SEK

CURRENCY EUR (Finland)

Current bidIncrement
30 €-99 €5 €
100 €-199 €10 €
200 €-999 €20 €
1000 €-1999 €50 €
2000 €-3999 €100 €
4000 €-200 €

What does it cost to buy through Bukowskis Market?

What does a red dot on a label, and other markings, signify?

A red dot means that the item has been sold.

Other markings are for internal use and not relevant to customers.

Find the item on the site by searching for its number (shown on the label) to see its current state, highest bid etc.


Sell

How much does it cost to sell through Bukowskis Market?

Valuation

You are always welcome to come to us with items you want to get valued and sell with us. You never need to make an appointment, our assessors are always here!

NOTE! Normally we do not have possibility to help with loading and carrying for example heavy furniture.

Here are some helpful advice.

  • You can take pictures of your items and send them to us using this form: contact Please take a few extra pictures of any stamps, signatures, damage or other features that could affect the value. The sharper images, the better.
  • Do you know anything about the item's provenance please let us know. If the object is connected to a wellknown location or person it can affect the value significantly.
  • Our experience is that a too high reserve price inhibits the bidding, please ask our assessors for advice.
  • It can also be good to visit us for valuation at a time when there is less risk of long lines. Between 15 and 17 in the middle of the week it is usually more quiet than around lunch in the beginning of the week or Friday for example.
  • If you come with a full van or several boxes of items it may be a good idea to contact us beforehand so we can assist you better by having assessors ready.
  • If you use a shipper/representative to deliver your items to us, please contact us first by phone or e-mail to ensure that we accept these items to be auctioned on Bukowskis Market.
  • If you need an evaluation of an entire home you can contact us about the possibilities of a free home-valuation. You can read more here: home valuation
  • Our home assessors will gladly receive pictures of the objects in advance of a visit in order to provide you with the best possible valuation.

Sweden
Representatives leaving items for sale on behalf of someone else to our Swedish auction houses need to present paper of authorization and sellers identification or copy of identification. Paper of authorization need to contain sellers name and signature.

Please note that items made after 1947 in rosewood only will be sold by us if the item is accompanied by the proper Cites-permit from Jordbruksverket. You will find Jordbruksverkets application forms here:

Form 1 Form 2 Form 3

Please NOTE! In Helsinki, Finland are all JEWELLERY and WRISTWATCHES valuated (and collected) at Bukowskis, Iso Roobertinkatu 12


Bukowskis Market Mobile

Bukowskis Market for iPhone and Android

With our app for iPhone or Android you can search for items, bid and follow the bidding in realtime. You can also search and browse our categories, read more on the items and view the pictures. When you find something interesting you can recommend it to a friend!

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Auction terms

What do cataloguing terms like "efter" ("after") and "tillskriven" ("attributed to") mean?

ANDERS ZORN 1860-1920. In our opinion a genuine work by the artist.
ANDERS ZORN 1860-1920. Replik. (Replica.) In our opinion a work by the artist executed after his own original painting.
ANDERS ZORN 1860-1920. Tillskriven. (Attributed to.) In our opinion probably a work by the artist in whole or in part, but we can not fully guarantee this.
ANDERS ZORN (1860-1920). Hans ateljé. (His studio.) In our opinion a work executed in the studio of the artist, possibly under his supervision.
ANDERS ZORN (1860-1920). Hans skola eller krets. (His school or his circle.) In our opinion a work of the period of the artist showing his influence.
ANDERS ZORN (1860-1920). Hans efterföljare. (Follower of.) In our opinion a work executed in the artist's style, contemporary or of later date.
ANDERS ZORN. Hans art. (In the manner of the artist.) In our opinion a work executed in the artist's style, but of a later date.
ANDERS ZORN (1860-1920). Efter. (After.) Copy of a known work of the artist, executed by another artist.

What is an estimate?

The estimate is a market valuation of the object before the auction set by our inhouse specialists and shall only serve as a guide for the buyer.

The price at which an object is eventually sold can substantially differ from the estimate price.

Making an estimation

There are several factors and circumstances that should be considered when estimating an object. Our specialists consider quality, but also supply and demand.

Different approaches are employed in investigating an object depending on its category. Generally speaking, we use three basic concepts: object, material and condition.

Object: We analyze the object in terms of composition, execution, etc. We try to identify the artist, their signature, style and expression, etc. How the subject is positioned in its social context, its provenance, etc.

Material: We assess the condition of the object in terms of its material, paint layers and support material, such as if it is silver or nickel silvers, painting on canvas or wood panel etc.

Condition: During examination we inspect the condition of the object. Whether there is previous damage, restoration, wear etc. and how this affects the whole object.

These elements, together with former national and international prices is what determines the value.

Our ambition is always to perform an accurate valuation.

What is a reserve bid?

A reserve bid is a hidden price under which the seller will not sell the item. Bukowskis Market accepts bids below the reserve bid, but they won't be winning bids.

The reserve bid can never exceed 80% of the estimate or be lower than 300 SEK / 30 €, that is our starting bid.

What is a maximum bid?

Usually the bidding on an item takes off in the last few minutes. If you place a maximum bid you never have to worry that you will forget to bid later. You only pay as much as it takes for you to win the item, with your maximum bid as a cap.

This is how it works:

  • Enter your maximum bid, the highest amount you are willing to pay, even if it's much more than the starting bid or the current highest bid.

  • Our maximum bid service will bid for you, placing the smallest necessary bid at every time, up to your maximum bid amount.

  • If there are no other bids, your bid will match the starting bid.

  • If the item has a reserve price and your maximum bid is below it, your bid will be the same amount as your maximum bid. If your maximum bid is above the reserve price, your bid will be the same amount as the reserve price.

  • As long as no one bids against you, your bid will remain unchanged.

  • If you're outbid, the bid service will place another bid according to our bid increment, as long as this doesn't exceed your maximum bid. The new bid is always the lowest necessary for you to win the auction.

  • If someone bids over your maximum bid you will immediately receive an email notification. You can then place a new maximum bid.

    You can increase your maximum bid at any time, even when you have the highest bid, to ensure no one outbids you at the last minute.

    A maximum bid can be lowered to the next lowest bid-increment allowed. The bid already placed is not affected.

  • If two bidders place the same maximum bid, the earlier bid wins.

What is resale right (Droit de suite)?

Droit de suite is a right granted to artists or their heirs, in some jurisdictions, to receive a fee on the resale of their works of art. By law, the buyer pays an artist fee for certain works of art. This fee is 5% of the hammer price, or less.

For more information about this law:

in Sweden see: BUS

in Finland see: Kuvasto

What is ending time?

The ending time is extended if a bid is placed within the last minute. The ending time is extended by 3 minutes. E.g. if you bid with 30 seconds remaining, the auction is extended so that 3 minutes and 30 seconds remain. This gives everyone the chance to place their bids.

If you place a maximum bid with the highest amount you're willing to pay, you lessen the chances of being outbid in the last minutes.


Cancellation of winning bid

Can I cancel a winning bid?

It is never possible to cancel a winning bid. The cancellation right of 14 days according to "Distans- och hemförsäljningslagen" / “Etäkauppa- ja Kotimyyntilaki" is not applicable for winning bids at Bukowskis Market due to that you always can place a bid at our shops in Stockholm, Helsinki, Göteborg, Malmö and Norrköping.

For more information in Sweden see Konsumentverket

In Finland see: Consumer Agency


Other

What is CET, CEST, EET, EEST etc?

These are names of the time zone that a time is given in. We specify the time zone to avoid misunderstandings about when an auction ends.

CET (Central European Time, UTC +01:00) is Swedish standard time.

CEST (Central European Summer Time, UTC +02:00) is Swedish daylight saving time.

EET (Eastern European Time, UTC +02:00) is Finnish standard time.

EEST (Eastern European Summer Time, UTC +03:00) is Finnish daylight saving time.

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