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Giles Forster’s career at Christie’s began in 2005 in the Estates, Appraisals & Valuations department at King Street, followed by a move to the 19th Century Furniture and Decorative Arts department. Giles maintains an emphasis on 19th century furniture and sculpture but his broad responsibilities for cataloguing, photography and client liaison also encompass earlier English and European furniture and works of art. Personal highlights include the March 2008 sale of a cabinet formerly belonging to King Edward VII and instrumental involvement in achieving the world auction record price for a 19th century Italian micromosaic in April 2010.
Casey Rogers is a Specialist in Christie's 19th Century Furniture and Decorative Art department in New York. Ms. Rogers joined the department in 2003 and currently oversees business and client development, as well as cataloguing and academic research for the department's bi-annual sales of furniture, sculpture and works of art. During her tenure, Ms. Rogers has overseen exceptional results across the category, including the 2007 sale of an important French bronze and marble mantelpiece, designed by Jules Allard, which holds the world auction record for a 19th century mantelpiece ($528,000), as well as the 2008 sale of a pair of French patinated bronze Orientalist figures by Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier, which realized $362,500. Ms. Rogers holds a B.A. from Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, in both French and Art History.