ITINERIS is an auction house located in the center of Milan in close proximity of the "quadrilatero della moda” (fashion district) and with representative offices in Florence and Turin.
The executive and operational offices are based in Milan, as well as the exhibition rooms and the saleroom; Valuation Days and pre-sale exhibitions are periodically organised in Milan, Turin and Florence. Private appointments are also available upon request.
Itineris Casa d'Aste includes the Departments of Modern and Contemporary Art, Jewellery and Watches, Old and 19th century Paintings and Sculptures, Old and Modern Master Prints and Drawings, Archeology and Art Objects, each made vital by specialists who have been working for years with commitment and passion in the art market.
The Auction House carefully works with selected customers who wish to realise their objects to the full potential, and also takes care of several different operations, if required: archiving, certification and restoration, transport and export practices. This ensures that these items are made available to a wide audience of both Italian and international collectors and investors, who seek quality, with passion and an eye on value.
Itineris presents a calendar of auction days to which the public can participate in the saleroom, broadcast live audio and video streaming with the possibility to participate via telephone or internet, preceded by expo days during which experts are available to examine the items listed in the catalog and provide any information.
Itineris also agrees Private Sales for its customers who request to sell or purchase an art object discreetly.
The auction house is available by appointment for anyone, private or business, collector or simple possessor of art objects, who intends to subject an object to a free and confidential evaluation, without any further commitment.
PASSION, COLLECTION INVESTMENT
Our motto "PASSION, COLLECTION, INVESTMENT" encloses and summarises our idea of Auction House: working with PASSION for those who have passion in the objects that they COLLECT, but who are comprehensibly attentive to the VALUE of these objects. Indeed we believe that only quality encloses value, and only by recognising quality and maximising it with careful work we can help to express it in favour of our customers, whether they are selling and expect maximum recognition, or they are buying and expecting to acquire maximum value.
The claim is expressed in English not for conformist exhibitionism, but to indicate our international vocation: we believe that only addressing the wider market it is possible to keep our mandate, which is to ensure the greatest possible value.