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Bukowskis comes at the Russian art market
16.05.2008 16:54
Bukowskis comes at the Russian art market
Swedish Princess Christina

The largest Swedish auction house Bukowskis has been opened by Swedish Princess Christina in Moscow.
      The Swedish Princess Christina, who heads the Art Council of the auction house Bukowskis, opened its Russian representation office on Thursday.
      Sweden has tight historical and cultural relations with Russia. We used to be both allies and enemies. Talking about culture I should mention the names of such jewelers like Carl Faberge and Karl Edward Bolin, who had links with both Russia and Sweden, said the Princess at the opening ceremony.
      Russian businessmen who collect Russian classical art can rely on the Bukowskis as a good market, as the origin of all the lots at the auction couldnt be doubted.
      The Bukowskis has become another international auction house in Moscow after Sothebys and Christies.


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