Welcome to  auctionyourart              


Millions of works of art, antiques, jewelry, collectibles are for sale, at any given time, every single day. What

differentiates from other online sites is: experience, reputation, & international reach.This is what makes a powerful internet platform for buying and selling. Our goal is to help you achieve

the highest possible price for your objects by reaching as broad an audience as possible.


How to sell

Please fill out the Information Form below so that we can determine the best marketplace for your items, whether they be consigned to a fixed-price marketplace, auction, or brokered privately. Before any consignment is listed, you must register to subscribe for this service with your credit card information. 


What are the Benefits of Listing My Property with functions as your personal consignment concierge in a visual marketplace for valuable fine art, antiques, jewelry and collectibles. Because our firm does not keep a physical inventory of its items, sellers on can enjoy and retain possession of their objects while they are listed for sale. Evaluations and listing are are free, and you can keep it for sale as long as you like. Sellers will only owe a commission if their item(s) sells. Our commission is competitive. Contact us for more information. When your item sells, will coordinate all packing and shipping from your location to the buyer, all at the buyer’s expense. Your item will be professionally packed and insured, and we do all the hard work for you.


How Does Determine the Value of My Object? decades of experience evaluating items, together with our network of experts, appraisers, and auction house specialists will ensure that your item will not be undervalued. Our experts draw upon extensive professional experience and use recent auction records for similar items (known as “comparables” or “comps”) in order to establish a fair sale price for your item. Your item’s evaluated price is the “fair market value,” or what we believe the item could realistically sell for in today’s open market.

Please note, the value of your item today might differ significantly from prices paid for similar items in the past because collector tastes and behaviors change over time and with fluctuations in the economy. Please also note that we reference records of completed sales only, not asking prices, since a price tag does not necessarily correspond with the price at which an item has sold or will sell.


What are My Selling Options with

  • Once has evaluated your item(s), we will list your item in the fixed-price marketplace for three months. After those three months, if the item does not sell at the fixed-price, we will try to sell your item through auction. There are no listing fees for sellers. The seller only owes a commission when the item sells.
  • When your item is placed in an auction, you will be sent an auction contract, and asked to verify your personal information in order to confirm your participation in the auction. Once your item(s) is confirmed, it will be placed in our next rolling auction, which is held once a month, and will be live for 10 days. If your item does not sell at auction, then we will list it in the fixed-price marketplace at a reduced rate.

How Does Pay Its Sellers?

When your item(s) sells, will pay you the proceeds from the sale, less the seller’s fee, by check or wire. Payment is made to the seller after the buyer receives the item and our 7-day return window ends. Our 7-day return window ensures that the item(s) sold has been accurately described and identified. Your portion of the sale will be paid promptly after the end of the return period. In practice, very few of our items are returned due to our thorough evaluation process. acts as the trusted intermediary between you and the buyer to make sure that you receive the proceeds, or your item returned back to you in its original condition.


Who Pays for Shipping if My Item is Returned? Satisfaction Guarantee is part of our pledge to stand behind the items we sell. We believe buying art and antiques should come with complete peace of mind, and stand behind this commitment with a 100% Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee within seven days of purchase. Building sustainable, trusting relationships with clients is top priority. Your item may be returned by the buyer within the 7-day period for a few reasons:

  • If the item is returned because the item was as described, but the buyer has changed their mind, the buyer is responsible for fully insured return shipping to you.
  • If the item is being returned because the dimensions, condition, etc. are meaningfully different than what you reported to, or the item does not function as described, you are responsible for paying for fully insured returned. 

Consign with us

If you would like to sell your property in a fixed-price marketplace, at auction, or through private brokerage, please complete the Information Form and submit digital images of your item(s) by following the instructions below. We welcome your participation!


Auction Your Art Information Form

Note: Every week we receive hundreds of emails and phone calls from clients asking us to sell their property. Almost always, our first response is: send us a photograph of your item(s). The higher the quality of the photographs you provide, and the more detailed the descriptions of your property, the more accurate our auction estimates will be. Estimates and opinions of value provided are preliminary only and may change based upon first hand inspection and additional research. After we review the information that you have submitted in the Information Form, we will be in contact with you, if we feel we can be of assistance. The completed Information Form is necessary to submit before any consignment of property to auction can commence. Thank you for this opportunity to be of assistance to you.

What is the fair market value of your object? *

What is the name of the artist or painter? Please indicate. (Examples: Tiffany & Co., Andy Warhol)

What are the dimensions? Please Indicate. (Specify height and width. Do not include the frame)

What is the medium? (For example, is it an oil painting, print, sculpture, collectible, jewelry, etc?)

Describe any markings or signatures. Include your photographs, if possible. You may attach your photographs further down on this form. (Describe or send photographs of any marks, such as: painted or printed marks on porcelain, hallmarks on silver, cast or engraved signatures on bronzes, dates or monograms)

Describe the object's condition. (Note any rips, holes, stains, cracks, etc.)

What is the provenance or history of the piece? (How did you acquire the object, etc?)

Has the subject of your inquiry ever been exhibited or appeared in a publication? (If yes, please specify)

Comments: (Please include any comments or information that you believe might help our specialists)

Please attach your digital images below. (Please refer to Do's & Don'ts of submitting images to our specialists below)

Please be patient while the form submits. If your uploaded multiple images, it may take a few moments longer. Please try to keep file sizes below 5MB.

Should your item(s) be eligible to place at auction, or in a private sale, we will provide you with registration information.

Do's and Don'ts for Sending Images to Caroline Ashleigh Appraisers & Auctioneers

The old adage "A picture is worth a thousand words" is very true... but only when the "picture" provides useful information. Here's a list of basic do's and don'ts when sending photographs of your property to our specialists for review.

DO send photographs of the entire front and the entire back.
Close-up photographs are great, but don't forget to send us a photograph of the overall front and back of the piece. We don't want to miss anything important because it was cropped out of the photograph.

DO send a detail of the signature and any other markings.
Signatures, dates, titles, inscriptions, labels — they are all important and the detail images that you send assist us in determining the best value for your piece.

DO send photographs that are in focus and have enough light to see the item being photographed.
If you can't see what it is, then we can't either.

DON'T send photographs with large glares.
Camera flashes and direct sunlight often produce glares in photographs, especially on pieces that are framed with glass or have very shiny surfaces. In order to avoid glares, you may have to take the piece off the wall or remove the glass in order to photograph it.

DON'T email photographs larger than 5 MB each.
Larger-sized digital photographs are easier to zoom in and see the details, but too many extremely large photographs in one email completely crashes our computer system. Use a zip file if you need to send more than a dozen images. On the other hand...

DON'T email photographs too small.
Digital photographs less than 100KB are so small that we can't see the item well enough to give an opinion on its age, quality, and value.

DO be sure to include any other information that you know about the piece.
Receipts, provenance, exhibition history, and personal stories are always helpful and add distinction.


Privacy Statement:

We collect information from you when you fill out our form.  When filling out our Information Form you may be asked to enter your: name, e-mail address, mailing address or phone number, in order to process your request.

Your information, whether public or private, will not be sold, exchanged, transferred, or given to any other company for any reason whatsoever, other than for the express purpose of delivering the service requested.  We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information.



Estimates and opinions of value provided are preliminary only and may change based upon first hand inspection and additional research. Please be advised that Caroline Ashleigh Associates, LLC does not assume responsibility for any shipment or delivery of property to our premises, or the return of said property. 

Thank you for this opportunity to be of service to you!