Sotheby’s is delighted to announce the results of Decorative Arts Week Fall 2015. Comprised of four exciting auctions, the sales series achieved a total of $15.8 million. Star lots include a pair of important and unique Louis XVI style bahuts by François Linke (Estimate: $400,000-600,000) which sold for $826,000 as well as a rare pair of Louis XIV style Boulle commodes by Charles-Guillaume Winckelsen (Estimate: $300,000-500,000). This celebrated companion pair to ones currently in the Frick Museum achieved $730,000. View all sales results for Sotheby’s Decorative Arts Week Fall 2015 below.


A DANISH SILVER NINE-LIGHT CHANDELIER, GEORG JENSEN FOR GEORG JENSEN SILVERSMITHY, COPENHAGEN, CIRCA 1919
Lot Sold: 250,000 USD
FRANÇOIS LINKE
A RARE LOUIS XV STYLE GILT BRONZE-MOUNTED KINGWOOD, SATINÉ AND FLORAL BOIS DE BOUT MARQUETRY PETITE TABLE À ÉCRIRE PARIS, CIRCA 1923
Lot Sold: 125,000
FRANÇOIS LINKE
A UNIQUE PAIR OF GILT BRONZE-MOUNTED EBONY, TORTOISESHELL AND BRASS AND SILVERED METAL INLAY BOULLE STYLE MARQUETRY CABINETS ON STANDS AFTER THE CELEBRATED MODEL BY ANDRE-CHARLES BOULLE FOR KING LOUIS XIV PARIS, MADE IN 1913-1914
ESTIMATE: 826,000 USD
A FINE AND RARE GEORGE II WHITE MARBLE CHIMNEYPIECE IN THE MANNER OF WILLIAM KENT AND POSSIBLY EXECUTED BY THE WORKSHOP OF PETER SCHEEMAKERS CIRCA 1740
Lot Sold: 93,750 USD
Exhibition Design by Sara Story, using wallcoverings from her own line and Brunschwig & Fils

Auctions

Collections: Silver, Vertu & Russian Works of Art
14 October
Sale Total: 3,494,750 USD

Property from a Distinguished Private Asian Collection
15 October
Sale Total: 2,678,500 USD

19th Century Furniture & Decorative Arts
15 October
Sale Total: 5,368,125 USD

Collections: European Decorative Arts
17 October
Sale Total: 4,274,216 USD


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