This Thursday, live at 10 am EDT Property of a Gentleman

October 23, 2014 - Live in luxury with vintage décor, jewelry, and art from a New York jeweler’s own carefully curated, personal collection. After all, timeless pieces by Tiffany & Co., Jensen, and Louis Vuitton are always in style. 

Louis Vuitton, Monogram Luggage, 4 Cases, France, 20th C.

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We have already opened a full-service office in the heart of New York City and will broadcast our first U.S. auction on October 23 at 10am EDT (4pm CET). This sale will present the “Property of a Well-Traveled Gentleman,” and feature a fine selection of timeless pieces by Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, and Georg Jensen, among others.To celebrate our U.S. launch, we are offering global free shipping on all pieces in this auction!

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Review Auction No. 106

Design & Decorative Arts

Verner Panton liked combining furniture design and pop art, something which is evident in the color palette of the ten sample fabrics that will be brought under the hammer. Japanese designer Shiro Kuramata’s armchair “How High The Moon,” made from steel lattice, is characterized by the outstanding interaction between its inviting form and the cool material. A fine assortment of furniture by Louis Majorelle and Jindrich Halabala rounds off an exciting auction.

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Carlo Bugatti, Cabinet in Oriental Style, Italy, c. 1900
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