A remarkable auction of English furniture and ceramics is scheduled for 11 October at Christie’s in New York. The event would display furniture and ceramics dated back to late 17th-20th century. The basic attraction of the displayed furniture includes countless significant works ranging from late Georgian period.
It includes a pair of George II Giltwood torchères, a suite of George III giltwood seat furniture commissioned by the Earl of Darnley for Cobham Hall in Kent.
While the ceramics section flaunts a wide range of services from makers such as Derby, Worcester and Coalport, including several Regency services from two Important Private Collections, and a selection of bocage figures from Bow and Chelsea.
The highlights are below:
George III ormolu-mounted satinwood: $300,000-500,000
George III mahogany library armchairs: $300,000-500,000
The Cobham Hall Suite: $150,000-250,000
Pair of Regency gilt-brass mounted penwork table: $80,000-120,000
Charles II engraved brass-mounted stand: $50,000-80,000
Two Worcester armorial salmon-ground Dishes: $50,000-60,000