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Glaze imperfections, some surface scratches to the paintwork and gilding, gilding is patchy at the base of the coffee can, glazed over chip to the footrim of the saucer
Fine and Antique Auction to include Jewellery, Silver, Ceramics, Glass, Paintings, Furniture, Clocks, Works of Art, Books, Sporting Memorabilia
Accepted cards for registration
Accepted cards for payment
Other payment methods
No Postage and Packaging service in house.
For all postage and packing enquiries please contact either of the below:
Silver Arrow Post Cardiff Mailboxes
07580090850 02921 322157
You are also welcome to use other couriers as long as they will pack the lot on your behalf. Please note we need written confirmation of who will be collecting your lot(s) if it is not going to be you, yourself.
***Please note*** Credit cards are accepted for registration and verification of ID only. NO PAYMENTS CAN BE MADE BY CREDIT CARD. Payment is accepted only by bank transfer, cheque or in-person by cleared funds (cash or debit cards)***
1. In these conditions:
Anthemion Auctions act as auctioneers and agents for the vendors and are referred to as “the Auctioneers” and any such reference shall include all employees and agents or representatives this reference shall mean either gender singularly shall include the plural or vice versa. The clause headings are for general guidance and do not form part of the interpretation of the conditions.
“Hammer Price” means the price at which a lot is knocked down by the Auctioneer to the buyer.
“Catalogue” includes any advertisement, brochure, estimate, price list and any other publication.
“Net Proceeds” means the net amount due to the Vendor being the hammer price of the lot sold less the commission at the prevailing rates plus VAT together with expenses and any other amounts due the Auctioneers by the Vendor in whatever capacity and howsoever arising.
“Buyer” shall mean the highest bidder as outlined in section 4.
“Vendor” shall mean the individual, company or other body on whose behalf the Auctioneer acts as agent in the sale of the items.
17.5% of the hammer price for individual lots, unless shown otherwise on the auction contract.
No minimum charge is applicable for lots sold at Anthemion Auctions.
Unless Anthemion Auctions has been instructed to the contrary in writing all goods in Anthemion Auctions custody will be held insured against the risk of fire, burglary, water damage and accidental breakage or damage. The Auctioneers and insurers shall not be responsible for damage to picture frames or picture frame glass or damage arising therefrom caused by woodworm or atmospheric conditions.
Unsold lots will be reofferred for sale at the Auctioneer’s discretion, unless Anthemion Auctions has requested the vendor to collect the lot. A charge equal to 17.5% of the reserve for that lot will be made if a reserve has been imposed by the vendor that Anthemion Auctions believes to be excessive and has notified the vendor of this belief prior to the auction.
On lots withdrawn prior to the sale, a fee of 17.5% of the reserve (or, where no reserve has been stated, 17.5% of the lower auction estimate as printed in the catalogue) or the minimum charge, whichever is the greater. The vendor will also be liable to any other charges incurred in the processing of this lot.
Internet illustrations will be supplied for each lot entered for sale, and are charged at £4.00 per lot. Catalogue illustrations (where applicable) are charged up to £10.00 for a black and white photograph, up to £20.00 for a colour photograph, or as otherwise agreed. Images may be displayed on our website and other websites and remain under the copyright of Anthemion Auctions at all times.
VAT on the charges:
Value Added Tax is applicable at the appropriate rate on all charges and fees. The above rates are net of VAT.
With reference to any publication detailing descriptions of lots all statements whether printed or made orally are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as statements of fact unless instructed by the vendor in writing to so certify. As such the Auctioneers do so act as agents and cannot be held responsible for such claims. All buyers or their agents shall acknowledge responsibility to examine these conditions and terms, description of the lots and also satisfy themselves as to condition, damages and restorations before the sale.
Unless stated otherwise on this form, the vendor warrants to Anthemion Auctions that he/she possesses a marketable title free from encumbrances in all goods which he/she instructs Anthemion Auctions to sell. Unless Anthemion Auctions have been advised otherwise in writing prior to the items being consigned for sale, the vendor is deemed to instruct Anthemion Auctions as an individual on his/her own behalf. The vendor indemnifies Anthemion Auctions fully in all respects in connection with any claims which may be received in relation to the title of any items consigned for sale.
Post 1950’s Furniture
All furniture manufactured post 1950 included in any sale was either not originally intended for use in a private dwelling or, will now be offered as a Work of Art. Such items may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 (as amended in 1989 and 1993) and for this reason, should not be used in a private home.
4. The Auction:
The Auctioneers may at their absolute discretion, divide any lot, combine any lots, withdraw any lots, refuse bids, regulate bids and cancel any sale at any time without reason or notice.
The Auctioneers may bid for any goods on behalf of the vendor, which are offered subject to reserve or auctioneers discretion.
The Auctioneers’ decision shall be deemed to be final in all cases of dispute and any statement made by him concerning any change of description or other matter regarding any lot shall take precedence over previous published statements or descriptions.
In general the highest bidder shall be the buyer at the hammer price however in the case of a dispute, the above clause shall be enforced.
5. Default by the Purchaser:
The Auctioneers act as agents to the vendor and will not pay out the net proceeds to the vendor until full settlement is made by the buyer.
6. Carriage and storage of items to be sold at auction:
The Auctioneers shall undertake to arrange suitable carriage for the vendor’s items if required and any charges shall be deducted from the vendor’s proceeds. This may include storage and insurance. Risk in the items will therefore remain with the Auctioneer until such time as the goods are sold to the buyer.
All goods are sold without reserve unless written instructions are received by the Auctioneers prior to the commencement of the relevant auction.
The vendor shall indemnify Anthemion Auctions against all or any claims in respect of any goods sold by Anthemion Auctions on the vendor’s behalf.
9. Value Added Tax:
Any vendor who instructs Anthemion Auctions to sell any items which forms an asset of their business shall supply relevant details with respect to their VAT status within the EU and whether they intend to operate under “the special scheme”. All details to be supplied in writing at the time of entering the goods for sale and failure to supply that information and any subsequent penalties shall be the sole responsibility of the vendor.
10. Vendor Authorisation:
The vendor permits commission and all other charges at the published rates and any Government taxes thereon to be deducted from the proceeds and the vendor also accepts the retention of any premium payable on the purchases by the buyer to be retained by Anthemion Auctions.
11. Photographs and illustrations:
Vendors and buyers of all or any lots give Anthemion Auctions absolute discretion to use in any publication or promotional matter any photographs and illustrations whether supplied by the client or commissioned by the Auctioneer for any purposes whatsoever whether in connection with the sale or not, except where the vendor has informed Anthemion Auctions in writing to the contrary, the vendor represents and warrants that no lot is subject to any copyright restrictions.
12. Bidder’s Agents:
All bidders shall supply to Anthemion Auctions full details of name and permanent address and if required formal identification. Any bidder shall be deemed to act as a principal and shall be responsible for all accounts unless Anthemion Auctions receive in writing instructions that they are acting for the named principal.
13. Purchase Price:
The Buyer shall pay the Hammer Price plus a premium of 20% on all lots this premium shall be subject to VAT and any VAT on the Hammer Price as indicated in the catalogue or notices displayed or to announcements made verbally by the Auctioneer prior to the commencement of the auction. Any requests to refund VAT on the premium should be made in writing to Anthemion Auctions and shall be assessed on the individual basis. Please note that purchasing through the sale room an additional surcharge of 4.95% + VAT will be added to the hammer price. This charge is not applicable to commission bids or telephone bids made directly with Anthemion Auctions.
14. Settlement of Accounts and Removal of Goods:
All accounts to be settled in full by the Friday following the sale, and all items to be removed within this same time frame, failing which, Anthemion Auctions shall not be held responsible if the lots are stolen, lost, damaged or destroyed and any lots remaining with the Auctioneers shall remain at the risk of the Buyer.
Any account not settled by the end of business on the Friday after the sale shall be subject to a minimum storage charge of £5.00 item per day (plus VAT at the appropriate rate).
Fine Art Sales:
All accounts to be settled in full within five working days and all items to be removed within five working days, failing which, Anthemion Auctions shall not be held responsible if the lots are stolen, lost, damaged or destroyed and any lots remaining with the Auctioneers shall remain at the risk of the Buyer.
Any account not settled by the end of business on the fifth day after the sale shall be subject to a minimum storage charge of £5.00 item per day (plus VAT at the appropriate rate).
All accounts to be settled by cash, cheques, debit cards, or direct bank transfer to the Anthemion Auctions bank account. (For details contact the main office). Third party cheques are not accepted under any circumstances.
Due to the high number of fraudulent card transactions that we have experienced, we no longer accept payment over the phone by credit or debit card. Payment can be made in person by debit card. Our preferred method of payment where the purchaser is not present is bank transfer, and full details will be provided with successful purchaser’s invoices. Payment is also accepted by cheque; however, the cheque payment will have to clear before goods are released. Please be aware that cheque clearance will take eight days from deposit.
All goods sold shall be removed from the premises within seven working days of the sale date otherwise they shall be removed to commercial storage premises entirely at the Buyers risk and expense and any charges made by that company shall be paid direct to that company before release of the relevant items and subject to all associated accounts with the Auctioneers having been settled in full.
The Auctioneer may take a lien over the lots purchased by the defaulting Buyer and any other items in the Auctioneers’ possession belonging to that purchaser and if necessary resell by public auction or otherwise these items to defray any charges or accounts outstanding.
The defaulting Buyer shall be responsible for any losses occurring from the resale of any lots.
If the Buyer fails to comply with the terms and conditions the Auctioneer has the right to refuse to accept bids in any future sale whether from the principal or their agent and that they may require a cash sum to be deposited with the auctioneer prior to any bids being made by that principal or their agent and that sum shall be decided by the Auctioneers.
15. Payment by Debit Card
Anthemion Auctions are able to accept payments by debit cards in settlement of clients’ accounts. We regret that we are not able to accept payment by credit cards.
Due to the high number of fraudulent card transactions that we have experienced, we no longer accept payment over the phone. Payment can be made in person by debit card, cash or cheque. Our preferred method of payment where the purchaser is not present is bank transfer, and full details will be provided with successful purchasers invoices. Payment is also accepted by cheque, however the cheque payment will have to clear before goods are released. Please be aware that cheque clearance will take eight days from deposit.
Payment Terms We accept the following methods of payment:
Cash, Cheque (the cheque must clear before the items are removed), Bankers Draft, Debit Card
All cheques should be made payable to “Anthemion Auctions”.
For Bank transfers the details will be on your invoice.
All invoices not paid within seven days of the auction are subject to an interest charge.
16. Third Party Liability:
Any person in the premises of Anthemion Auctions shall be there at their own risk and that they shall have no claim against the Auctioneers, their employees or agents in respect of any incident, accident, loss or damage however caused, unless that injury, accident, or incident shall be as a result of the direct negligence of any employee of Anthemion Auction.
17. Collection of Goods
Goods will not be released to buyers until cleared funds are received in full. Goods left at the auction house five business days after the sale will be taken into storage and after 5 business days will be charged at £5.00 per lot per day.
Packing and despatch
No Postage and Packaging service in house, we recommend:
Silver Arrow Post (tel: 07580090850 - Gemma - or email email@example.com)
Mailboxes (tel. 029 2132 2157 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org) as couriers.
****Please note*** Credit cards are accepted for registration and verification of ID only. NO PAYMENTS CAN BE MADE BY CREDIT CARD. Payment is accepted only by bank transfer, cheque or in-person by cleared funds (cash or debit cards)
BUYERS PREMIUM: All purchases are subject to a buyer`s premium of 20% plus VAT
Lots purchased online with the-saleroom.com will attract an additional charge for this service in the sum of 4.95% of the hammer price plus VAT at the rate imposed
Lots marked as being sold subject to artist resale rights may attract the Artist’s Resale royalty charge at the rate of 4% of the hammer price.
This royalty, where applicable, will be charged to the purchaser.
CONDITION: Restoration and condition of all items are not indicated but can be supplied on request
Due to the high number of fraudulent card transactions that we have experienced, we no longer accept payment over the phone by credit or debit card. Payment can be made in person by debit card. Our preferred method of payment where the purchaser is not present is bank transfer, and full details will be provided with successful purchasers invoices. Payment is also accepted by cheque, however the cheque payment will have to clear before goods are released. Please be aware that cheque clearance will take eight days from deposit. We will only release goods to a third party upon receipt of identification and authority from the purchaser, and upon receipt of cleared funds.
Your payment must be made direct to Anthemion Auctions and will not be processed by the-saleroom.com
We do not ship or package any items in house.
For all postage and packing enquiries please contact either of the below:
Silver Arrow Post Cardiff Mailboxes
07980090890 02921 322197
FOR ALL ENQUIRIES:
Ryan Beach, M.R.I.C.S.
Telephone: 029 2047 2444
E Mail: email@example.com