RESULTS: Arts Décoratifs du XXème siècle et Design - 23 May 2013

Paris

Lots vendus : 49

Total: €8.488.475/£7.257.646/$10.916.179

     77% par lot

Nombre de lots : 64

£0.8550= €1 / $1.2860=€1

    91% en valeur

 

Lot  

Description

Estimation (€)

Prix Réalisé

Acheteur

119

Armand-Albert Rateau (1882-1938)
Lampadaire aux oiseaux, 1921-1925

1.500.000 – 2.000.000

€1.665.500

£1.424.003

$2.141.833

Galerie européenne

120

Armand-Albert Rateau (1882-1938)
Lampadaire aux oiseaux, 1921-1925

1.500.000 – 2.000.000

€1.665.500

£1.424.003

$2.141.833

Galerie européenne

122

Armand-Albert Rateau (1882-1938)
Table basse aux oiseaux, 1924

1.500.000 – 2.000.000

€1.665.500

£1.424.003

$2.141.833

Galerie européenne

123

Armand-Albert Rateau (1882-1938)
Coiffeuse, 1923

600.000 – 800.000

€661.500

£565.583

$850.689

Galerie européenne

118

Armand-Albert Rateau (1882-1938)
Lit de repos, 1921-1925

400.000 – 600.000

€421.500

£360.383

$542.049

Galerie européenne

166

Claude Lalanne (NÉE EN 1925)
Lustre ‘Structure végétale’, pièce unique, 2010

100.000 – 150.000

€241.500

£206.483

$310.569

Galerie américaine

109

Jean-Michel Frank (1895-1941)
Banquette, vers 1925

RECORD DU MONDE POUR UNE ASSISE PAR L’ARTISTE VENDUE AUX ENCHERES

80.000 – 120.000

€235.500

£201.353

$302.853

 

Collectionneur européen

 

104

Jean Dunand (1877-1942)
Fauteuil Bridge, le modèle crée en 1924

100.000 – 180.000

€109.500

£93.623

$140.817

Anonyme

110

Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann (1879-1933)
Bureau ‘Damovale’, 1922

80.000 – 120.000

€103.500

£88.493

$133.101

 

Collectionneur européen

 

125

Armand-Albert Rateau (1882-1938)

Paire de porte-savons muraux, vers 1919-1920

10.000 -- 15.000

€99.900

£85.415

$128.471

Anonyme

 

 

 

 

 

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