Bijoux

by Pierre Bergé & Associés
June 6, 2012 6:00 PM CET Live auction
75116 Paris, FR | Auction Details

202 Lots


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From the moment the hammer falls, sold items will be in the exclusive responsibility of the buyer. If payment is made by cheque or by wire transfer,
the objects can only be delivered once the full amount has been received in our account, the buyer becoming the owner only at this moment.
From the moment the hammer falls, sold items will be in the exclusive responsability of the buyer. Transportation and storage will be invalided to
the buyer. The buyer will be solely responsible for insurance, and Pierre Bergé & associés assume no fiability for any damage items may incur from
the time the hammer falls. All transportation arrangements are the sole responsability of the buyer.

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Buyer's Premium
€0 - 500,000: 27.0%
€500,001+: 20.94%
From: To: Increment:
€0 €99 €10
€100 €299 €20
€300 €599 €50
€600 €999 €100
€1,000 €3,999 €200
€4,000 €19,999 €500
€20,000 €49,999 €1,000
€50,000+ €5,000

Contract: The auction will be conducted in euros (e) and lots will be paid full in cash. As well as the hammer price, buyers will pay the followin g
premium : up to 500 000 e, 24% inclusive of tax (either 20, 07 + 19. 6% VAT), above 500 000 e, 17, 94% inclusive of tax (either 15 + 19.
6% VAT). For lots sold by a non - resident the buyer will pay a 5, 5 % V. A. T. (lots marked by a ) or 19, 6% VAT (lots marked by a ) on
the hammer price plus the premium (the buyer will be refunded of this V. A. T.. when he will be presenting to our cashier the proof of export
out of EEC). This calculation applies to each lot individually.

Default of the buyer: Any lot unpaid by the buyer within 3 months since the day of the auction will be re-ordered for sale by Pierre Bergé & associés, after the legal
former notice, the possible difference of price remaining to the buyer in default. As a result, the owner mandates PBA to decide and carry out
the procedure legally applied in the case of default of the buyer.

Removal of purchases: From the moment the hammer falls, sold items will be in the exclusive responsibility of the buyer. If payment is made by cheque or by wire transfer,
the objects can only be delivered once the full amount has been received in our account, the buyer becoming the owner only at this moment.
From the moment the hammer falls, sold items will be in the exclusive responsability of the buyer. Transportation and storage will be invalided to
the buyer. The buyer will be solely responsible for insurance, and Pierre Bergé & associés assume no fiability for any damage items may incur from
the time the hammer falls. All transportation arrangements are the sole responsability of the buyer.

Premium: The auction will be conducted in euros (e) and lots will be paid full in cash. As well as the hammer price, buyers will pay the followin g
premium : up to 500 000 e, 24% inclusive of tax (either 20, 07 + 19. 6% VAT), above 500 000 e, 17, 94% inclusive of tax (either 15 + 19.
6% VAT).

VAT and Taxes: The auction will be conducted in euros (e) and lots will be paid full in cash. As well as the hammer price, buyers will pay the followin g
premium : up to 500 000 e, 24% inclusive of tax (either 20, 07 + 19. 6% VAT), above 500 000 e, 17, 94% inclusive of tax (either 15 + 19.
6% VAT). For lots sold by a non - resident the buyer will pay a 5, 5 % V. A. T. (lots marked by a ) or 19, 6% VAT (lots marked by a ) on
the hammer price plus the premium (the buyer will be refunded of this V. A. T.. when he will be presenting to our cashier the proof of export
out of EEC). This calculation applies to each lot individually.

Garantees: The auctioneer is bound by the indications in the catalogue, modified only by eventual annoucements made at the time of the sale noted into
the legal records there of. An exhibition prior to the sale permits buyers to establish the condition of the works offered for sale and therefore
no claims will be accepted after the hammer has fallen. Catalogue photographs are not contractually binding.