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Dorotheum, Vienna

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  • June 19, 2017
    With the entering of the building, you forget the time. It wanders through columns and walks up the stairs. Here is everything that once love someone and was expensive and looking for a new owner. During our visit we could participate in any auction unfortunately but visit the exhibits of from our auctions has compensated us completely. In addition the quiet atmosphere and the friendly staff who love to respond to questions and provide sparkling wine and orange juice.
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  • April 22, 2017
    Amazing place: a high end Auction House with the art to prove it! Today there was the exposition of the coming auction: Old Masters. What a pleasure: on sale in a few days there are Guardi, Spagnolett...  more »
  • March 28, 2017
    Dorotheum is from the Kärntner Straße, Vienna trip to visit each location. Precious metal jewelry floor are equipped with a favorite painting and pottery porcelain floors is with. The mansion was decorated with in will be Austria's landscape paintings and portraits, Augarten party tableware and figures displayed beautifully, the carefully. You can see many of the farmers auction time, nice hand-painted furniture and musical instruments. Come auction time!-can of course join sitting at her auction venue, you can visit. If you are tired rest at the hotel's Café, also is capable of touching the Viennese culture and life, including theme parks, such as.
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  • July 3, 2017
    I bought our wedding rings here. But instead of this being a special event, my experience with the staff at the Dorotheum flagship shop was awful. From the first day when we selected rings, we were treated rudely, the staff clearly showed no interest in us whatsoever and we ended up buying rings of wrong sizes. With good advice from the lady selling us the rings, I'm sure this would not have happened. Getting the ring resized (1 or two sizes, no engraving etc.) was refused at first without a horrendous fee. Eventually they agreed to do it free of charge, it took the goldsmith less than 5 min. After only 2 months my ring broke. We were on a weekend at a spa when I noticed dark yellow spots on the white gold of the ring. Soon after that the ring just split up and showed a clear cut. Still don't know what caused this. I mean, we're talking about gold here. This shouldn't happen. We came back asking what was wrong with the ring, how this could happen and if they can repair it. Instead of apologizing to us, the accused us of mishandling the rings. I'm working an office job and take the ring off when doing sports. I got really frustrated. At least this time it didn't need lots of arguing to get the ring fixed. I'm currently waiting to see if the ring will stay in one piece this time. In any event, regardless of the bad luck we probably had with the rings... The staff is extremely unfriendly, will let you wait to take care of other customers. It's a very bad experience and I regret selecting this shop to buy our wedding rings. PS: If you need something done in the workshop, most likely the goldsmith will be "on vacation" or "is sick for two weeks". Happened every time we needed something. Update after 8 months: Ring broke again. Will contact a professional to have a look at the material... will keep you posted.
  • December 16, 2016
    Below any standards! After emailing countless times and not receiving any answers, I thought it was a good idea to give them a call. IF you are lucky that someone picks up the phone, you will be put on hold immediately and refered to anther department and then you are just waiting for someone to pick up the phone. I think only 1 person works in that building part time!
  • January 15, 2017
    Below any standards! beware from this auction house!
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  • December 26, 2016
    Unfriendly + Arrogant

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