At the fashion exhibition that can be visited the whole weekend (at a safe distance from each other) in the Venduehuis, you’ll come across designs from various well-known and less well-known fashion designers such as Peter George d’Angelino Tap, Michelangelo Winklaar, Frank Govers and Yamuna Forzani. Part of the clothing comes from the Art Museum The Hague.
On the occasion of the exhibition 'Bodydrift - Anatomies of the Future' Venduehuis Den Haag and Design Museum Den Bosch organize an appraisal and consignment day in Den Bosch.
First of all, you must be registered with the Venduehuis. You can fill in a registration form on our website. To participate in the auction, you must be logged in on our website. At the top of the screen you will see: SIGN IN. You click on log in, enter your email address and your password and click on log in once more.
We invite you to virtually explore the entire collection of our September Auctions. Discover the Old Masters, Nineteenth Century & Early Modern Art Paintings, Fine Furniture & Decorative Arts, European Ceramics and Glassware, Asian Art, Silver, Jewellery & Watches as well as our Books and Prints selection.
To ensure the health of our staff and visitors during the viewing days and auction, we have put in place the following measures.
We are extremely pleased to inform you about the success of our online auction ‘Charge! Cavalry Sabre Sale. International sabres in Dutch service 1807-1840’ on June 22nd. All 553 sabres, 33 lances, and 52 wooden army chests were sold. Some of these historical weapons were in service during the Battle of Waterloo on June 18th ,1815. In technical terms, we call this a ‘white-glove sale’. We would like to thank all those who contributed to this fantastic result.
Do you own or have you inherited a piece of art or antique of unknown value or origin? The Venduehuis The Hague is hosting another valuation week! From Tuesday, July 14 until Friday, July 17 (by appointment only, Tue-Wed 10am-6pm; Thu 10 am-20pm; Fri 10am-4pm) we offer free and non-biding in-house valuations. Our experienced specialists will be available to provide a free appraisal of your valuables, as well as to answer any questions you might have about consignment.
Both offices of the Venduehuis The Hague will be closed for summer holidays from 25 July until 9 August 2020. We look forward to seeing you again from Monday, 10th August.
We are pleased to introduce our new freelance expert in clocks and watches, Jitsko Vrieze. In this role, Jitsko Vrieze is the successor of Antoon Gaemers, who sadly and unexpectedly passed away on 22nd April. Mr Gaemers and Mr Vrieze had a special relationship; while studying Horology in Schoonhoven, the Netherlands, Jitsko Vrieze gained work experience under Antoon Gaemers. In 2015, Jitsko Vrieze opened his clockmaker’s shop, ‘The Course of Time’, at Noordeinde 157A. We are excited for Mr Vrieze to join us.
Take a tour of Venduehuis The Hague, an auction house with a 200-year heritage. You will find hidden pearls and iconic sales throughout our history and passionate experts and auctioneers ready to assist you.
By appointment, on weekdays 10 a.m.–8 p.m. and on Saturday 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Are you interested in an appraisal of your art, antiques, and valuables? Would you like to know more about selling your valuables in one of our special auctions this autumn? Our experts will be available on the above dates to provide an appraisal of your valuables free of charge, as well as to answer any questions you might have about consignment.
Muzee Scheveningen is one of Scheveningen’s cultural hotspots and welcomes around 40,000 visitors every year. On 24 April 2020, The Hague’s advisory board for arts and culture advised against subsidising Muzee Scheveningen in their policy plans for the period 2021–2024. Please consider signing the petition asking to re-evaluate the museum’s funding application. So far, over 7,500 people have signed the petition, and the museum hopes to reach at least 10,000 signatures. Your support would be greatly appreciated.