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Looking back on a 300-year history, making it one of the oldest auction houses in the world, Dorotheum is also one of the biggest and most significant. Thousands of pieces of art and antiques covering 40 art categories are examined and evaluated by competent experts with years of experience and then auctioned off at the uniquely magnificent Palais Dorotheum.
PRECIOUSNESS UNDER THE HAMMER
Founded in 1707 by Emperor Joseph I and by now an internationally renowned Viennese institution, Dorotheum also represents a piece of Austrian history. Thanks to a very active customer service, a fresh image and a strong international presence, Dorotheum has established itself as a hub for art connoisseurs and collectors.
No other auction house in the German-speaking world can boast a larger category variety, the most successful of them being the fine art category of painting: Contemporary Art, Modern, Old Masters, 19th Century Paintings are all offered during the four big auction weeks.
A MODERN AMBIENCE FOR THE ANTIQUE
These top level auctions, the highlight of the year, have shaped Dorotheum’s impeccable reputation in the art world, not only for the paintings, jewelry and watches covering more than 40 art, antique and collector’s categories, but also for items like silver, Art Nouveau, design, porcelain, furniture, stamps, coins, medals, historical scientific instruments, globes and much more. With branches and representative offices in Prague, Milan, Rome, Munich, Düsseldorf, Brussels, London and other cities, Dorotheum always satisfies the expectations and requests of its large international clientele.