Gavel & Block, a subsidiary of Salcedo Auctions, is holding a benefit online auction this Saturday, May 23, which aims to support Rise Against Hunger PH. This will be held in association with Salcedo Auction’s 10th Anniversary Partner HSBC Premier.
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Fashion against hunger. . The fashion selection of Gavel&Block’s forthcoming ‘benefit’ online auction on Sat 23 May is now available. . Click ‘Learn More’ or tap on the link in bio. You may also direct your browser here: https://bit.ly/2AyXSLI . These lots constitute only a portion of the May 23 Gavel&Block ‘benefit’ online auction. The full catalogue will be available soon! . The benefit online auction to support @riseagainsthunger.ph is presented in association with Salcedo Auctions' 10th Anniversary Partner HSBC Premier @hsbc . . For inquiries, please call +63 917 825 7449 or email [email protected] . #WeBidasOne #BiddingStrong #community #covid19 #benefit #onlineauction #art #artph #artforothers #charity #givingback #gavelandblock #GBxRAH
Interested auctioneers will have to pre-register on Salcedo Auction’s website and pay a fee of P20,000 that can be refundable if you lose the bidding. The actual auction will occur on the site itself on May 23 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Won’t be able to attend? You can also leave absentee/phone bids before it actually begins.
Some of the biggest names in Philippine fashion, like Michael Cinco, Michael Leyva, Lesley Mobo and Filip+Inna, have pledged some of their pieces to be put up for grabs. Art pieces from Bencab, among others, are also up for grabs for those who are looking for pieces to display in their homes. There are also jewelry, accessories and home pieces that will be auctioned. There are overall 599 lots that auctioneers can bid on.
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