Bruun Rasmussen (auctioneer)


2015-06-26 11:21:16

Bruun Rasmussen (auctioneer)

Bruun Rasmussen is an auction house based in Copenhagen, Denmark.



For more than 60 years Bruun Rasmussen has been holding auctions and valuing objets d'art for private individuals, companies and public authorities and institutions.

Sound artistic understanding and culture-historical insight combined with thorough familiarity with the market and contemporary trends provides Bruun Rasmussen with the professional ballast needed for the expert valuation of art, antiques, design and collectibles.


Bruun Rasmussen is one of Denmark’s oldest auction houses and among ten of the largest in the world. It is established in 1948 in Bredgade 33 in Copenhagen and since then further departments have opened around in the country.

Bruun Rasmussen has furthermore representatives in France, Spain, Italy, England and USA.


  • Books & maps
  • Bronzes
  • Carpets & rugs
  • Clocks & watches
  • Coins
  • Collector's items
  • Ethnographica
  • Faience & stoneware
  • Furniture
  • Glass
  • Icons
  • Jewellery
  • Modern decorative art
  • Modern furniture
  • Modern lighting, design
  • Modern paintings
  • Modern print & drawing
  • Modern sculptures
  • Old prints & drawings
  • Oriental art
  • Paintings
  • Porcelain
  • Silver
  • Stamps & postcards
  • Tribal Art & Oceania
  • Weapons

Antique figures

Notable sales

Three 19th-20th century partly painted, silvered and gilded bronze and metal god figures were sold for kr 5,500 (€ 740) – over an estimate of kr 1,500-2,000 (€ 200-270) – on 24th March, 2011.


Notable sales

Bruun Rasmussen sold a Danish Art Nouveau silver cup decorated with flowers and foliage - Indistinctly maker's mark, 1908. Weight circa 635 gr. H. 25 cm – for kr 6,000 (€ 805) on 24th March, 2011. It sold for kr 5,500 (€ 740).

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