It is really simple to sell on Niambas.com. How it works?
1. REGISTER AS A SELLER FOR FREE
2. SUBMIT ITEMS
You can offer up as many items as you wish that are of premium quality. Once your items pictures have been uploaded to niambas.com with their description, they are scheduled for auction.
3. RECEIVE PAYMENT
Payments will be made directly from the buyer to the sellers account, less the vendors commission.
SELLER’S COMMISSION RATES
Our standard seller’s commission is 18.5 % and will automatically be deducted from the hammer price when payment is made by the buyer.
SHIPPING COSTS FROM THE SELLER TO THE BUYER
As a seller, it is your responsibility to send the winning lot to the buyer as soon as possible within 3 days of receiving the payment of the lot. You must indicate shipping costs for various destinations when offering up your lot, including to the United Kingdom, the European Union (EU), Europe and Countries outside Europe. You can also consider offering a free shipping. You should therefore be aware when deciding on a reserve price.
Payment will be automatically made to the seller (the hammer price less the vendor’s commission and sale-related expenses where applicable) when the buyer receives his purchase.
We do not charge anything for unsold lots.
RESERVE PRICE AND GUIDE PRICE
When appropriate, a reserve (a price below which an item will not be sold) may be placed upon individual items. Reserves cannot exceed the low estimate. In our experience a high reserve can put some bidders off whereas a low reserve encourages more bidders to participate generating higher prices.
Please provide us with as much information as you can about each item to help potential buyers to make an informed buying decision.
What is your object?*
What is the object location?*
Name of the artist, painter or maker
Title of the art work
Medium Technique Material
Reserve or your minimum asking price?*
Describe the object’s condition
Describe any markings or signatures
Is there any aesthetic damage? (cracks, chips, marks, tears or holes in paintings, scratches)
Are there any restored areas?
Are there any age-related faults?
What is the provenance?
Has your item ever been exhibited or appeared in any publication?
Please submit clear colour photographs of each item, including front and back, as well as photographs of signatures, maker’s marks, and any areas of damage.