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Christie’s Sale of Decorative Arts Europe Including Oriental Carpets Achieves $7,612,875

NEW YORK, NY.- The 500 Years: Decorative Arts Europe including Oriental Carpets sale realized $7,612,875/£4,670,475/€5,286,719 and was sold 70% by lot and 85% by value. The top lot of the sale was a George III Ormolu-Mounted Pollard Oak, Indian ...

Comfortably Above Low Estimate, Sotheby’s Americana Week Brings $14.4 Million

NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s Americana Week concluded with a 3-day auction total of $14.4 million, comfortably above the cumulative low estimate of $11.5 million. The sales brought significant prices for American furniture, silver and folk art, led by...

Comfortably Above Low Estimate, Sotheby’s Americana Week Brings $14.4 Million

NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s Americana Week concluded with a 3-day auction total of $14.4 million, comfortably above the cumulative low estimate of $11.5 million. The sales brought significant prices for American furniture, silver and folk art, led by...

18th Century Mahogany Bureau Table Achieves a Stunning $5.7 Million at...

NEW YORK, NY.- An 18th century mahogany bureau table carved by Newport’s most celebrated cabinetmaker sold for a stunning $5.7 million at Christie’s New York on Wednesday morning, placing it among the highest auction prices ever realized for ...

Important Sale of Americana Announced at Sotheby’s New York in January

NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby's auction of Important Americana will be held on 21 & 22 January 2011 in New York. The first day of the sale offers silver, prints and Chinese export porcelain, including works with truly exceptional histories. Day two of the sal...

500 Years: Decorative Arts Europe Including Oriental Carpets Achieves $14 Million...

NEW YORK, NY.- Christie’s 500 Years: Decorative Arts Europe, including Oriental Carpets achieved $14 million from October 21 to 22, selling over 450 treasures from the 16th to the 19th centuries. This spectacular sale was the top-grossing 500 Year...

Victoria and Albert Museum in London Acquires Rare Philip Johnson Drawing

NEW YORK, NY.- Out of the depths of a privately owned and previously unknown archive of drawings by the influential and always controversial postmodern architect Philip Johnson (1906-2005), The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London has acquired a ...

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