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With a worldwide audience, Catawiki is the perfect platform to sell your lots.

Just a few of the many lots included in our Ceramics auction

WMF Jugendstil 63 pieces silver-plated cutlery

$ 105

Royal Albert, fine china England Old Country Roses design tea set for 6 persons

$ 135

Corneille, mugs, bowls, coasters, and a large platter made of porcelain

$ 247

Royal Albert, 12 cups and saucers

$ 166

About Catawiki & our auctions

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  1. What is Catawiki

    Catawiki is the fastest growing online auction platform in the world. Our website connects international bidders who want to buy and sell unique and extraordinary objects.

  2. How our auctions work

    Starting each Friday, Catawiki hosts over 300 weekly auctions across 80 different categories from modern art to classic cars, from watches to jewellery and antiques.

  3. Our experts

    More than 170 experts curate and supervise our auctions, guaranteeing a varied selection of high quality lots.

  4. Type of objects

    Anyone with special objects, with an expected revenue of at least € 75, can easily offer them up for auction.

  1. 35,000+

    lots every week

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  3. 15 million

    visitors every month

  4. 300+

    weekly auctions

How to sell through Catawiki

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Worldwide selling potential for a small fee

It is always free to submit your lots, the fee will only be charged once your lot is sold

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The commission fee for sellers is 12.5% of the winning bid, excluding VAT. Commission fees are used for extensively promoting our auctions. Your lots will be promoted in several ways: through online advertisements, social media, emails and print advertising, to name a few.

Why sell through Catawiki?

Experts, International sales market & Swift sales

  1. Experts

    Catawiki is one of the only online auction platforms in the world that works with a team of experts, who curate and supervise each and every auction. They are national and international specialists in their fields. All lots on our platform are assessed and valued by our experts.

  2. International sales market

    Every month, Catawiki sees millions of visitors from all over the world. Our platform is available in more than 15 languages including English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Portuguese.

  3. Swift sales

    Catawiki auctions off over 35,000 objects every week in over 300 auctions. Since we have new auctions every week, you can sell your items very quickly. Catawiki has no limit in the amount of lots that you can offer up for auction at any one time.

Quotes from our sellers

We have more than 150,000 sellers across our 80+ categories

'Catawiki reaches exactly the right target audience I'm looking for. This is extremely beneficial for me. I started out small, but now I can live from the sales I make on Catawiki.'
Seller: Anything Else
'Spanish art is appreciated much more than we thought it would be abroad. We really had no idea about the international market until we joined Catawiki.'
Seller: El Testamento de Baron
The global stage that Catawiki provides is extremely attractive as it cuts out the astronomical costs associated with traditional auction houses and art galleries and helps me promote and sell my work on a large scale.'
Seller: HaydenKaysHQ

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About Catawiki's Ceramics auction

Ceramics have been an important part of human culture since around 24,000 BC, when animal and human figures were made from clay found in the ground and fired in specially-built kilns. Early pots were made using a method known as “coiling”, whereby a long string of clay was wound to form the wall of the pot. In the 18th century, ceramics became particularly sought after among the growing middle classes, in industrialised countries such as Britain. Stoke-on-Trent in England became famous as a centre for pottery making, with companies such as Royal Doulton and Wedgwood producing vast numbers of pottery items, for export around the world. Popular for their domestic and decorative uses, these items were considered a sign of status and wealth.

Catawiki’s ceramic auctions have featured lots such as a ceramic bowl by Dutch ceramicist Geert Lap, which sold for £2,405 and a work of art entitled “The Hand” by Belgian artist, Jean-Michel Folon, which sold for £980. Whether you have a fine piece of ceramic art or a collectable piece of ceramic tableware, Catawiki’s ceramics auctions are the ideal place to sell your special object. In listing your object with Catawiki, you will expose it to millions of potential bidders, providing it with excellent online profile. Our notary officials work to ensure the validity of bids placed, while our expert auctioneers monitor our auctions. Once the auction has ended, our secure payment system keeps both sellers and buyers satisfied.

Catawiki is the best place to sell your special ceramic object - start selling today!