RESULTS: Régence to Fabergé - An Apartment by Jed Johnson






Lots Sold:  263

Lots Offered: 293

Sold by Lot: 90 %

Sold by £: 97%

Exchange Rate£:= $ 1.437/  €  1.156




Estimate (£)


Purchase Price




Hélène d'Oettingen, called François Angiboult (1887-1950), Cordes-sur-Ciel, 1920

20,000 - 40,000



European Private


Jacques Bertaux (Arcis-sur-Aube c. 1745-1818 Paris)

The hunting party of Louis-Philippe I, duc d'Orléans (1725-1785), in the Île-de-France, 1773

30,000 - 50,000



UK Trade


A Massive Tabriz Carpet, North West Persia, dated AH 1309/1891-92 AD

70,000 - 100,000



European Private

Comment: Flora Elek, Private Collections and Country House Sales Department, Christie’s London:

“From a chic New York apartment, designed by the legendary interior designer Jed Johnson, came an inspiring and diverse spectrum of art. Ranging from a chrome-plated air missile, which sold for over five times its pre-sale estimate, to a Cubist inspired painting by the Russian artist Angiboult, which sold for over £130,000, international buying produced spectacular results in all categories with the sale making well over pre-sale high estimate.

We very much look forward to Syd Levethan - The Longridge Collection which will take place on 10th and 11th June at King Street.”

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