Brunk Auctions Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Brunk Auctions has been conducting sales of fine and decorative arts for over 30 years. Auctions are held in our North Carolina sale room but attracts a global audience. Founded by Robert Brunk in 1983, the auctions became well known for their integrity and professionalism. - page 4

Brunk Auctions Announces Nashville Office

Brunk Auctions Announces Nashville Office

Brunk Auctions, one of the nation’s premier auction houses, has announced the opening of their Nashville, Tennessee office. They have hired Sarah Sperling, a Nashville native with over 15 years of auction and fine art experience, to oversee this new regional division. Sarah is a…

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More records set at Brunk Auctions

More records set at Brunk Auctions

Intrigue graced the galleries of Brunk Auctions on the weekend of March 15th and 16th for their second auction of the year. A flurry of activity in an eclectic range of interests led to yet another successful and record setting sale in Asheville. The most…

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More Record Prices at Brunk Auctions January, 2014 Sale

More Record Prices at Brunk Auctions January, 2014 Sale

Asheville, NC. A strong crowd gathered at the gallery for the sale on a wintery Saturday, competing with a record number of bidders on the phones and on the internet, and ultimately pushing prices through the day often to multiples of their presale estimates. In…

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Brunk Auctions Looks to Repeat Success in January 2014 Sale

Brunk Auctions Looks to Repeat Success in January 2014 Sale

On Saturday, January 18th, 2014, Brunk Auctions will hold their first sale of the New Year. The sale will feature over 800 eclectic lots from various private collections and estates. The start of 2014 will see the return of Piedmont craftsman Jesse Needham to Brunk…

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Intriguing Early Southern Desk Highlights Successful Sale at Brunk Auctions

Intriguing Early Southern Desk Highlights Successful Sale at Brunk Auctions

Asheville, NC – We have all heard that art and antiques can “talk” – that they speak to us about the craftsman who made them and the place they were made, and that they give us clues about the people who owned them and how…

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