ABOUT THE BONHAMS NETWORK
The Bonhams Network has more salerooms globally than any other auction house, offering the widest range of collecting categories and selling at all price points. This allows us to offer objects for sale at the right time and in the best place, no matter where it’s sourced.
Founded in 1793, Bonhams is recognized for its bespoke service, client experience and a dedication to local market relationships. We present over 1,000 sales annually, across more than 60 specialist categories, including fine art, collectables, luxury, wine & spirits, and collector cars.
The Bonhams Network has representatives in over 30 countries and operates 14 salerooms globally. In 2022, Bonhams added four International auction houses to its network: Bukowskis, Stockholm; Bruun Rasmussen, Copenhagen; Cornette de Saint Cyr, Paris and Brussels; and Skinner, Massachusetts. These acquisitions have further expanded our European and American footprint so that we have access to key clients at the most local level.
Bonhams was acquired by new owners in 2018, bringing the 230-year-old business into a new era. Looking to the future, we are growing new audiences through online auctions, pioneering new asset markets, and creating new partnerships to further strengthen the Bonhams’ brand around the world. The success of Bonhams’ global strategy is the result of huge investment in digital platforms and tools, leading to unrivalled growth in digital engagement and intercontinental buying.
At Bonhams, we are not just focused on breadth of reach but breadth of client. We cater equally to high-net-worth collectors with the same passion and commitment as we offer to new collectors. Our auctions feature objects at all price points, making us not only the widest reaching auction house but also the most approachable.
For further information, please contact Harvey Cammell, Global Director, Valuations & Private Collections
T: +44 20 7468 8230