As one of Australia’s leading fine art auction houses, in our Fifty-plus years of operation we have sold some of the world’s most beautiful and covetable antiques and fine arts.
On any auction day you might find items ranging from opulent French Boulle inlaid cabinets to elegant Georgian chairs, from exquisite 18th century English porcelains to intricately carved Japanese netsuke, and from early American silver to contemporary Australian art.
Our saleroom is the place to purchase everything from ‘wow factor’ statement pieces to antique furniture that suits contemporary interiors and family-oriented lifestyles. Most of the items are in exceptional condition and ready to be placed in your home or office.
We believe one of the factors in our success and longevity is that we diligently work for both buyers and sellers.
Our services include:
• Selling on commission
• Cataloguing and research
• Condition reports on request
• Specialist and single vendor auctions
• Valuations for insurance
• Superannuation investment advice
• Corporate collections – selling or accumulating
• Financial institutions work
• Private treaty selling
You may feel that buying or selling at auction is a daunting prospect. You are more than welcome to attend our auctions without obligation, experience the atmosphere and perhaps gain some new knowledge on the pieces being sold. Air conditioning, plentiful seating, free coffee and detailed catalogues make for an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon.
We are happy to answer queries, offer advice and help in any way possible during the viewing sessions that precede each auction. If you’d prefer a quieter time to discuss how we can help, please feel free to make an appointment with us. Naturally, we will treat these discussions as confidential.
We regularly conduct auctions in most Australian capital cities. Our headquarters and saleroom are in Adelaide where we hold Sunday auctions every four to six weeks.
On behalf of everyone at du Plessis Auction Gallery, I invite you to our next auction and look forward to being of service.
Marc du Plessis
General Manager & Auctioneer