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Rules of auction

Rules for Art with Heart…for Hospice

  • The live auction is hosted on Facebook and will run for four weeks.
  • Bids to be started at the reserve price. There are some items which do not have a reserve price,please use your discretion for these.
  • Bids to be placed in the comments section of each image, increments to follow.
  • Bids to be in increments of one hundreds.
  • Bids will close on 11 November at 12h00.
  • In the event of identical bids, the earliest received bid will take precedence.
  • Successful bidders will be notified the day following the auction and will be contacted for payment and collection arrangements. 
  • Payment will need to be made in full, by 20 November 2017 or the item will be offered to the next highest bidder.
  • All sales are final. No purchase can be returned, refunded or exchanged.
  • All artworks are sold ‘as is’ as exhibited, unless otherwise stated.
  • A window period of 12 hours will be allowed after the auction site closes to allow for time differences
  • Donors who purchase items may claim a charitable contribution deduction for the excess of the purchase price paid for an item over its fair market value.



FAQs

Can I inspect the Artwork before the auction?
All artworks are only available online for viewing.

Is there a reserve price on all lots?

Most lots are auctioned with a reserve price in place. Should the highest bid at the auction not meet the reserve price then the seller has the option to reject or accept the final bid (hammer) price. 

Are telephone or anonymous bids allowed?

Telephone or email bids will be allowed for those who do not have Facebook. You can either phone Natalie on 021 437 0334 or email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Your bid will then be placed anonymously online.

Do time delays apply to this auction?

A window period of 12 hours will be allowed after the auction site closes to allow for time differences.

How does payment work?

Payment will need to be made in full, by 20 November 2017 or the item will be offered to the next highest bidder.

How do I get my purchase once I have made payment?
Items can be collected from the following points:

-          HPCA’s office, DBM Gardens Building, Golf Park, Mowbray, Cape Town, 7700.

-          High Street Auctions, 160 Jan Smuts Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg, 2196.

Should you need a courier, this can also be arranged on your behalf.

Are items insured?

All items are not insured and is the responsibility of the bidder.

For any enquiries related to buying an artwork please call us on 021 437 0334 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We will contact you to discuss your requirements in more detail and answer any questions relating to the auction process. 

How it works

-          The dedicated Facebook page Art with Heart for Hospice will be live from 1 October for viewings.

-          Bids will only be accepted from 14 October, World Hospice Palliative Care Day.

-          Bids must be placed in the comments section under each individual image.

-          Bids to start at the reserve price which is indicated on each image. If there is no reserve then any price can start the bidding.

-          Bids can be done anonymously and can be directed to Natalie on either This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 021 437 0334 or directly message the Facebook page.  

-          On 11 November at 12h00 bidding will close. Should your bid be successful you will be contacted for payment and collection arrangements. 

-          Once the monies are reflected in HPCA’s account, JHP will plan the delivery with the purchaser.

Contact us

Visit www.hpca.co.za to find out more. For general enquiries contact Natalie at JHP on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 021 437 0334. We hope that you will join us in making this campaign a huge success.

About

Big-name and butterfly artists all over South Africa have been working hard for Art with Heartfor Hospice

 YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE 30TH CELEBRATIONS OF HOSPICE IN SA

Art with Heart…for Hospice honours 30 years of HPCA (Hospice Palliative Care Association) supporting hospices with the theme ‘The Pearls of Palliative Care’, and raise much-needed funds. This virtual event, an online auction and exhibition, will launch on 14 October 2017, World Hospice Palliative Care Day. It is on this day that the world speaks out in support of Hospice. You can too!

Artwork has been generously donated by artists from all corners of South Africa ranging from big-name internationally-known artists such as Dylan Lewis, Janko de Beer, Eugenia Chapman-Campbell and Catherine Timotei. Support has also been received from prestige hotels and Villas around South Africa where they have packaged wonderful art and culinary experiences. 

The butterfly is the symbol of palliative care and some artists have included it in their artworks. Many artists have also been touched by Hospice and are donating artworks in memory of a loved one. The online auction and exhibition will be on a dedicated Facebook page, Art with Heart for Hospice and will be live for viewings from 2 October. Bids can only be placed from 14 October and the auction will run for four weeks.

Visit www.hpca.co.za to find out more. For general enquiries contact Natalie at JHP on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 021 437 0334. We hope that you will join us in making this campaign a huge success.

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