Sotheby's 2015 Designer Showhouse brought a total of $1,643,751. Leading the sale, Fernando Botero's Leda and the Swan sold for $250,000.
Sotheby's invites you to the Designer Showhouse. Navigate through the fifth floor exhibition space at Sotheby's Manhattan headquarters where thirteen interior designers and design firms have curated a home which is open from 11 - 19 April.
Sotheby’s is excited to be building a house in one of its museum quality gallery spaces where ten interior designers will each design a room using a diverse selection of fine and decorative art from a wide array of collecting categories ranging from European furniture, silver and porcelain to modern paintings, prints and photographs. We invite you to experience this unique opportunity to view and bid on these pieces, which have been paired and juxtaposed by these talented designers.
Please note that this is attributed to Jacques Adnet
This Lot has been withdrawn from the sale.
Please note that the guarantee line should read "A Meissen yellow-ground part coffee service 19th century".
Please note that lot 185 is missing its symbol in the printed catalogue. The symbol indicates PROPERTY IN WHICH SOTHEBY'S HAS AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST. LOTS WITH THIS SYMBOL INDICATE THAT SOTHEBY'S OWNS THE LOT IN WHOLE OR IN PART OR HAS AN ECONOMIC INTEREST IN THE LOT EQUIVALENT TO AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST.
Please note that this torso dates to the 20th century.
Please note that this piece is attributed to Mogens Koch.