• $22,000

    Cy Twombly Mixed Media Abstract On Canvas
  • $1,000

    Vistosi Murano Glass Floor Lamp
  • $1,400

    Jay Strongwater Giraffe
  • $2,000

    "The Thousand Buddhas", 1921 Volume
  • $48,000

    Rene Magritte Gouache On Paper
  • $10,000

    Cy Twombly Floral Abstract Acrylic On Canvas
  • $10,000

    William Cowan Skeleton Clock, Circa 1816
  • $7,500

    Hugh R. Garden Hand Colored Photo, Circa 1861-1862
  • $3,000

    Archibald MacNeal Willard Oil on Canvas
  • $24,000

    Le Pho Floral Still Life Painting
  • $3,000

    R.J. Horner 19th Century Glass Front Bookcase
  • $4,250

    "Forio" By Nicola Simbari
  • $2,000

    Oswaldo Guayasamin's "Portrait of a Woman"
  • $950

    Cat by Leonard Tsugoharu Foujita
  • $740

    19th C Anglo-Indian Tea Caddy
  • $1,250

    Peter Lovig Nielsen Danish Modern Flip Top Desk
  • $2,000

    Frank Lloyd Wright Credenza by Heritage-Henredon
  • $7,000

    "Tournesols" by N. Simbari
  • $1,000

    Vladimir Kagan for Weiman Serpentine Sofa
  • $5,500

    Keith Haring's "Untitled"
  • $3,250

    European Chinoiserie Display Cabinet Early 18th C.
  • $2,000

    El Lissitzky's "Proun" Gouache on Paper
  • $7,000

    Wayne Thiebaud 1961 "Bateaus" Watercolor
  • $1,000

    Mid-Century Dyrlund Rosewood Executive Table
  • $3,250

    Chinese Carved Jade Milu Stamp
  • $11,000

    Diego Rivera "Henry Ford" Colored Pencil on Paper
  • $4,250

    Roland Clark “Pin Tails Dropping In” Oil on Canvas
  • $500

    "Chorograffia, et Breve Historia Universale", 1572
  • $17,000

    Pierre Troubetzkoy Oil On Canvas Portrait
  • $9,500

    Japanese Hardstone Turtle
  • $10,000

    Pablo Picasso Untitled Pastel On Paper
  • $12,000

    "View of the University of Virginia" Engraving
  • $1,000

    Jay Strongwater French Baroque Style Wall Mirror
  • $1,800

    A Lalique Clear and Frosted "Versailles" Urn Vase
  • $4,000

    Leonora Carrington "Los Magos" In Colored Pencil
  • $8,000

    Ossip Zadkine "Le Musiciens" Bronze Sculpture
  • $1,900

    Bernardo Plycraft "Pretzel" Walnut Armchairs Pair
  • $2,500

    Daum Nancy Cameo Glass Cordial Decanter
  • $1,500

    C.G. Conn French Horn
  • $1,900

    Philip Kelvin LaVerne Signed Chan Side Table

We understand that choosing an auction house is a difficult decision. When you choose Bremo Auctions you are choosing a business with a reputation for honesty and dedication to our customers. One of our primary missions is to provide a transparent and enjoyable auction experience for both buyers and sellers. We take extra measures to both expose our consignor’s offerings to an international market and give our customers the confidence to participate and make purchases, in an auction setting.

Our sales offer valuables of all varieties at every price point. Bidders can participate in our auctions via written absentee, telephone, and real-time Internet bidding. We take extra efforts to expose our consignors’ offerings to an international market and give our bidders the confidence to participate and make purchases, in an auction setting.

Experience

When you sell with Bremo you benefit from decades of experience representing and promoting antiques and private collections at auction. We will identify your important items and place them in the appropriate auction venues. Research, cataloging and photography are next, followed by advertising, website and direct marketing. Mailing lists and marketing approaches are then tailored to meet that particular venues needs. And finally, all interested buyers are brought together from around the world via the phone, the internet, absentee bids and of course live bidders in our auction hall and that one person truly willing to pay the highest price for your item is the winner. And so are you.

No Photography Fees

We do not charge for photographing your items. Many auction houses will charge you a photography fee of $25.00 to $75.00 per item. We provide you with professional, clear and well lighted photographs of what you are bidding on. If there is a detail that we know you need to see we anticipate that fact and photograph it. If there is damage or wear to an object we will photograph it for all to see. We will not take a photograph of an objects best angle and hide its worst feature. And if we leave a detail out that you need, just ask and we will photograph that for you as well. We take high resolution photos as well as UV and IR images.
Full Spectrum

Full Spectrum

Ultraviolet

Ultraviolet

Infrared

Infrared

No Web Hosting or Live Auction Fees

We do not charge you for placing you item or collection on our own company website or on our affiliate websites such as auctionzip.com - liveauctioneers.com invaluable.com

Advertising

We have developed extensive National and International mailing lists of museums, collectors and dealers and we put these lists to work for you. If we feel that your item may require or benefit from additional targeted promotional coverage we will discuss with you a customized advertising campaign and the possible additional fees.

Personal Attention

We treat you with professional respect. You can reach all of us on the phone and you can come see us in person. We will sit down with you and discuss your needs and answer your questions in a respectful manner. We understand that for many people the auction experience is unfamiliar and can be intimidating.

Our Location

We are located in the heart of central Virginia in Charlottesville. Home to the University of Virginia, with Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s homes on our outskirts. Located minutes from the main interstate with ample parking in the shopping center.

We Will Help You Make Shipping/Trucking Arrangements

We have many clients ship their valuables to us from across the United States and from overseas. We recommend the use of professional shippers and can help you determine which shippers to use for specific types of items. We can also arrange the packing and moving of your collection or entire estate to our auction facilities. Please contact us and we will discuss this option with you in person.

Many clients decide to deliver their items in person and take a sight-seeing tour of the historic Charlottesville at the same time. We're happy to meet you in person and can help you plan your visit to make the most of your time with us. Please contact us before visiting to make an appointment.

For those who are unfamiliar with the auction experience we have a more detailed summary of the consignment process.

Preliminary evaluation

The first step towards auction consignment is to determine your objects suitability for auction. The best way to start this process is to contact us by mail, phone or email us at info@bremoauctions.com.
The more information you can give us about your objects the easier it will be for us to determine how to proceed. If possible include a description, a detailed photo (with pertinent signatures if applicable). Often times we can arrange for a visit to your home or schedule an appointment.

What To Expect

All sellers (consignors) will be issued a unique consigner number and a contract detailing our sale procedures and commission rate. We are patient and understand you may have questions and we will take as long as you need answering them.

Reserve

An item can be sold with a reserve price. This is the lowest amount at which the consignor is willing to let the item sell for. Although the reserve price is not public, the auctioneer will incorporate the reserve price in the catalogues estimate. The auctioneer will acknowledge when an item failed to meet its reserve after the close of bidding.

Non-Sale Items

If your item does not sell or fails to reach reserve, you have the option of putting it in another auction or taking it back. If your item was reserved we recommend lowering your reserve the next time. We will contact you as to what we think the best course of action is. If your item doesn not sell or fails to reach reserve, we will contact you as to what we think the best course of action is. Weather that be to take it back, or lowering the reserve and to put itin another auction.

Receive Payment

We will furnish the customer with a detailed list of all the items that sold or passed with the hammer price for each item sold. Hammer price is the price established by the last bidder and acknowledge by the auctioneer as sold. The auction house will deduct our commission and will issue a check to the seller after we have received payment for the items and payment has cleared. Since we do offer multiple venues for our buyers to participate in our auctions collecting payment in some cases can take over 30 days.
In case you miss any information or just want to give us feedback, please feel free to contact us.

Bremo Auctions

320 Pantops Center, Charlottesville, VA 22911

(434) 293-1267

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