Sell at Roseberys
We have a team of specialists in a wide range of areas from jewellery and watches, to Islamic & Indian arts, Modern Prints to Old Master paintings; whatever your interest Roseberys are pleased to provide you with the expert knowledge and guidance that is needed to assist you. We are delighted to offer a global service so that you can bid and buy with ease from wherever you are in the world.
Prior to submitting items for sale our team of specialists would be pleased to give you a free market appraisal of your objects.You can contact them using our online form, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person at our London offices.
If you would prefer to bring your items to us at our London saleroom we are open for valuations between 9.30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. No appointment is necessary but we recommend you contact us to confirm the correct specialist is at the saleroom and available prior to making your journey.
If you have a number of items and would like to arrange for our valuers to come to your home, please contact us on +44 (0)20 8761 2522 or at email email@example.com
Please be advised that our auction estimates are subject to change upon specialist first hand inspection and research and initial estimates given are for guidance only.
Entering Your Items into Auction
Register as a Client
Once you have received your valuation, and if are happy to enter your items to auction, the first thing you will need to do is register as a client. This is a straightforward and easy process that can be done through our website by creating an account. You will need to enter your contact information and upload your ID and proof of address to complete our Know Your Client checks.
Contract & Receipt
Once you have created an account you will be issued a contract and receipt by us. This document outlines details of the items, auction estimates and dates for the specialist auctions in which we will enter your objects. It also forms a legally binding contract between yourselves and Roseberys and contains a copy of all our terms and conditions of sale that can also be found here.
Although we always recommend that you allow our auctioneers to sell your items at their discretion, we are always happy to agree a fixed reserve price, below which we will not sell an item. The reserve price cannot be fixed at above the low estimate price. The specialist will be happy to discuss this with you.
If you are unable to bring your items to our saleroom we can help you to arrange having the items delivered to us.
We work with specialist fine art movers to ensure you are able to get your items to our secure storage location. The fee for this service can either be charged directly to you, or it can be taken from the auction proceeds.
For more information about the removal service please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)20 8761 2522.
Before the Auction
The fully illustrated auction catalogue can be viewed in our Upcoming Auctions page approximately 3 weeks before the auction.
Your lots will be seen by the widest possible audience of prospective buyers thanks to our comprehensive online and offline marketing programme; designed to ensure maximum exposure to a global market of millions of Fine Art, Antique and Specialist collectors.
Our team of in-house specialists and external consultants provide extensively researched academic catalogue descriptions which sit beside professionally photographed images of the items offered for sale in our auction catalogues.
All lots are also fully illustrated on Roseberys website, as well as on a range of third-party promotional websites, including the-saleroom.com, invaluable.com, artsy.net, artprice.com, artnet.com, epailive.com, barnebys.com
We give our bidders the widest range of options to ensure they can take part in all of our auctions. Prospective buyers can attend the auction in person, or leave an absentee bid with us directly or via our website, they can bid live by telephone, or live online through RoseberysLive, our online bidding portal which we offer at no extra charge to buyers to encourage them to bid more on your items, or via the services various selected third party bidding platforms.
In addition, our Asian Art sales are broadcast online with Asia’s premier bidding portal epailive.com and 51bidlive.com
After the Auction
After the auction you will receive notification by email detailing the hammer prices your items achieved at auction. There is a period of a few days after the auction in which we will try and sell any of your unsold lots within your reserve instructions; this information is stated in your contract and agreed at the time of consignment. If anyone makes an offer after the auction below your reserve instructions we will contact you to discuss.If you would like to receive results on the day of the auction they will be uploaded to our website after the sale and can be found here, or alternatively you can contact us by telephone on
+44 (0) 20 8761 2522
Payment is made 28 days after the sale and subject to receipt of payment from the buyer. Our commission and charges owed will be deducted from the hammer price of the items sold.
Payment can be made by bank transfer to the account specified when you set up your account with us, it will be accompanied by a statement reconciling your account. Any fees and charges will be outlined on your statement.
If you decide you wish to collect your item we request that you contact our client services team by email to advise them and make an appointment to collect, email@example.com
Terms and Conditions
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- Enter your contact details
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