Cambi Auction House was founded in Genoa in 1998, and distinguishes itself at international level since the first house sales. Focused at first on Ancient Art, its offer is now equally distributed into three macro areas: Ancient, Modern, Luxury. Over the years, alongside the consolidation of Ancient Art proposals, great attention has been given to the Modern Art and Design, Oriental Art, Jewelry, Watches, Wines departments' development.
Cambi moves its headquarters to the prestigious Mackenzie Castle in 2004, marking the beginning of a long season of success and significant growth, reaching in 2010 a turnover of over 10 million euros.
The ambition to establish its relevance in the international market, led the Auction House to open the Milan headquarters of Palazzo Serbelloni's inauguration in 2013. In the same year Cambi exceeds 20 million euros, becoming the first auction house in Italy by turnover.
In the second decade of 2000, Cambi keeps to collect national and international records in all of ts 26 departments, which involve all the Art and Collection's fields.
In 2017 a rare Tibetan Zanabazar sculpture was sold at 4,7 million euros, the most expensive work ever auctioned in Italy. The record confirms Cambi as the first auction house in the C ountry, with a turnover of over 35 million euros.
Cambi is today a point of reference in the country for the art and collecting market, thanks to high quality catalogues edited by a selected expertise and to the outcomes of Milan and Genoa's auctions. The most important Italian collectors and a selected bunch of international customers allowed Cambi to achieve several records and to lead important house sales, as well as successful dispersions of entire collections.