Berlin Auction

Since 2006, Lempertz’ spring season in Berlin has commenced with the traditional Berlin Auction. The various departments work very closely for this well-established concept of themed auctions. A variety of objects with a Prussian connection come under the hammer, principally porcelain, silver and paintings. Lempertz is the leading house worldwide for important European porcelains. 

Virtual tour through the preview of our auction in Berlin

We are pleased to offer you a virtual tour through the preview of this season's auction.

Our Experts – Your Contacts

Our experienced experts for porcelain, silver, antiques and old masters are at your disposal. They are happy to offer advice individually and personally in one of our houses or via e-mail or telephone. For larger collections, we can visit you at home on request.

Alice Jay von Seldeneck - Lempertz

Mag. Alice Jay von Seldeneck


+49 30

Dr. Ingrid Gilgenmann

Porcelain, faience, glass, furniture, bronze, design

+49 221

Karl Schoenefeld

Decorative Arts - Head of Department
Silver, Gilt bronzes

+49 221

Berlin Auction

Alongside the regular Lempertz’ auctions in Berlin, special auctions are held for select collections, for example the two-part sale of the legendary New York Twinight Collection which was held in 2018 and 2019. 

Berlin Auction - Spring 2024

Auction 1242 - The Berlin Sale

Fine Art Decorative Arts
Saturday 20. 04. 2024
Lot 1 - 339
Auction 1242
Saturday April 20, 2024
11 am

Kunsthaus Lempertz
Poststr. 21-22
10178 Berlin
Thursday April 11, 2024
6 - 9 p.m.

Friday April 12 to Thursday April 18
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Friday April 19
by arrangement
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Sell objects and pictures in the Berlin Auction

Are you thinking of selling an exquisite object or painting with a Prussian connection or would like to have it valued? Our experts are happy to advise you free of charge and without obligation. Simply complete the attached appraisal form. 

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Record results in the Berlin Auction

Over the years, Kunsthaus Lempertz has consolidated its position as the world’s leading auction site for KPM porcelain: An outstanding result of 275,000 euro was achieved in 2018 for a KPM vase with eight views of Berlin, which, according to the imperial accounts book, was most likely intended as a birthday gift for the Bavarian Crown Prince Maximilian. A 77 cm high KPM crater vase with an impressive 360-degree panoramic view of Potsdam was sold for 254,000 euro in 2015. A KPM porcelain picture from 1846 with a view of the Knight’s Hall went for 143,000 euro and a rare KPM service with micro-mosaic painting reached 126,000 euro.

A further piece worth highlighting is the life-size marble figure Die Nacht, by Emil Wolff, which was auctioned for 124,000 euro in 2017. This is the highest result ever reached for a sculpture by Emil Wolff. The oil painting View of St. Catherine’s Church in Brandenburg an der Havel by Eduard Gaertner from the year 1868 reached 106,000 euro, and a Portrait of King Frederick II of Prussia by Charles Amédée van Loo sold for 99,200 euro in 2018.