The culmination of It's Glam Up North, curated by Rankin, this online charity auction is your opportunity to purchase any of the amazing works by some of the North's most celebrated artists, photographers and fashion designers.
All proceeds from the auction will support the work of Claire House Children's Hospice.
The online auction is active until midnight on Saturday 21st November, after which point, all successful bidders will be contacted to arrange payment and collection/delivery of their items.
To bid for a piece of artwork, please click here and fill in the online bidding form.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 343 0883.
The Terms and Conditions of the online auction are detailed below;
1. By bidding for any lot you agree to be bound by these Online Auction Terms and Conditions.
2. Bids will only be accepted from adults over the age of 18.
3. Instructions from Online Bidders must be received by email before midnight on Saturday 21st November 2015. Bids received after this time will not be accepted.
4. All prospective bidders should satisfy themselves as to the origin, authenticity and quality of the items as all lots are sold as seen. All lots can be viewed at the Museum of Liverpool from 25 September 2015, 10am-5pm.
5. When you place a bid you thereby enter a contractually binding and irrevocable obligation to complete the transaction if you are the winning bidder of that lot. The 'winning bidder' is the person certified to be the highest bidder by Claire House Children’s Hospice at the end of the online auction, and it includes any under-bidder who is awarded the lot following the failure for any reason of a higher bid as decreed by Claire House Children’s Hospice.
6. The decision of Claire House Children’s Hospice as to the winning bid or otherwise, together with any exercise of their discretion hereunder, is final and cannot be challenged, nor will any explanation or reason be given.
7. You are not able to retract any bid under any circumstances after it has been submitted.
8. Every effort will be made to contact unsuccessful bidders to confirm whether their bid has been exceeded by another bidder or if the bid has not met reserve. This will allow unsuccessful bidders to enhance their bid if they wish to do so.
9. The winning bidder is responsible for making all arrangements and meeting all costs out of their own pocket that may be necessary to collect the lot and transport it to their location of choice. The lots will only be available to collect on Wednesday 9th December between 1pm and 4pm from the Museum of Liverpool. Any lots not collected at this point, will incur additional transportation and storage charges.