CHRISTIE’S NEW YORK SERIES OF FOUR DESIGN SALES TOTAL $12,975,750
Please click HERE for the results with images and cataloguing of the 17 December 2015 DESIGN MASTERWORKS sale at Christie’s New York, which totalled $1,692,500. The top lot for the sale was CLAUDE LALANNE, A 'LES GRANDES BERCES' BENCH, DESIGNED 2000, which realized $425,000. We are pleased to report that Marc Newson’s Lockheed Lounge sold immediately after the sale.
Please click HERE for the results with images and cataloguing of the 17 December 2015 MASTERWORKS OF 20TH CENTURY DESIGN sale at Christie’s New York, which totaled $3,628,750. The two top lots for the sale JEAN DUNAND, ‘WOMAN BATHING’, A PANEL 1930, and ARMAND ALBERT RATEAU, TABLE BASSE AUX OISEAUX, 1924, which each realized $1,205,000.
Please click HERE for the results with images and cataloguing of the 17 December 2015 AN IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF ART DECO MASTERPIECES sale at Christie’s New York, which totaled $2,485,375. The top lot for the sale ARMAND ALBERT RATEAU, AN IMPORTANT 'FENNECS' TABLE LAMP, CIRCA 1919-1920, which realized $401,000.
Please click HERE for the results with images and cataloguing of the 18 December 2015 DESIGN sale at Christie’s New York, which totaled $5,169,125. The top lot for the sale JEAN-MICHEL FRANK A PAIR OF CLUB CHAIRS, 1939, which realized $185,000.
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Upcoming New York Design sales:
- 22 MARCH 2016 DESIGN
- 23 MARCH 2016 FRENCH ART GLASS: AN IMPORTANT PRIVATE COLLECTION
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