- Joined Sotheby’s New York in 2004
- Moved to Sotheby’s London in 2005
- Expert in Fabergé, Russian silver and European gold boxes
- Wrote on the well-known Choisel snuffbox
- Has Master’s degree from Sotheby’s Institute of Art
Darin Bloomquist joined Sotheby’s New York in 2004 and moved to Sotheby’s London the following year. He is an expert in Fabergé objects, Russian silver and works of art, European gold boxes and other objects of vertu.
Mr Bloomquist has worked on the Forbes Collection of Imperial Fabergé eggs, which sold privately (2004), the Royal House of Hanover sale (2005), Imperial & Royal Presents (2008) and Romanov Heirlooms (2009). His article on the well-known Choiseul snuff box was published in Furniture History in 2005.
He holds a Master’s degree from Sotheby’s Institute of Art.