The Rokhsat Auction presents works of classical and modern visual arts in the fields of painting, sculpture, photography, calligraphy, as well as handicrafts in the field of weaving works, metal volumes and pottery.

Works of art can be auctioned in four ways:

  • Introducing the works of art to the Rokhsat Auction by the collectors according to the ownership certificates of the works;
  • Introducing the works of art to the Rokhsat Auction by the gallery owners;
  • Introducing the works of art of the approved artists to the selection committee of the Rokhsat Auction;
  • Those who have single valuable works.

Social, aesthetic, spiritual values and originality in conceptualizing the creation of the works of art along with the creativity in making new meanings and concepts, the artist and the demand of the target market are the most important criteria.

Those who introduce their works to the auction, including gallery owners, collectors and artists, should first send the artist resume, and image, size and any information about the work such as its certificate of authenticity or background through emails provided in www.rokhsat.net. After reviewing the information provided and ensuring their authenticity of the work, the auction experts will estimate the price by the owner. After final approval, a display and sale contract is concluded between the owner of the work and the auction house.

Rokhst appraisers are art experts and the valuators are market economics experts whose names are not mentioned to avoid any individual or organizational problems. They appraise and evaluate works in a special and confidential way.

The selected works will be displayed at the auction venue in two days and will be auctioned during a ceremony the next afternoon.

The prices are determined in a free auction based on the final auction hammer and no additional amount will be demanded from the buyer. The works are sold in the order of their number in the exhibition catalog.

Works of art can be bought in the following three ways:

  • The buyer can complete the purchase form by attending the exhibition before the auction starts;

  • The buyer can register before the auction in person or by telephone;

  • By completing the participation form in Jeraj at https://rokhsat.net.

For each work, two minimum and maximum estimates are set. Auctions usually start from the minimum estimate and increases considering the following order:

  • Up to 100 million Tomans: each time five million Tomans is added.
  • From 100 to 200 million Tomans: each time ten million Tomans is added.
  • From 200 to 500 million Tomans: each time 20 million Tomans each time is added.
  • From 500 million to one billion tomans: each time fifty million tomans is added.
  • From one billion tomans to five billion tomans: each time two hundred million tomans is added.
  • From five billion tomans and more: each time five hundred million tomans is added.

The auction ends on the highest bid and auction hammer. The final buyer must pay the price and in case of withdrawal or non-payment must directly accept responsibility for any detriment. Part of this loss is the auctioneer’s fee, which the applicant is obliged to pay. In addition, the legal right of the owner of the work to claim detriment is also reserved.