A stained glass window by Frank Lloyd Wright in an auction selling windows designed by Wright

Sell Frank Lloyd Wright Design with Sotheby's

Talk to a Design Specialist

Talk to a Design Specialist
Our specialists are located in New York, Paris, London and they also travel to evaluate pieces in person. Schedule an appointment or inquire by calling your closest Sotheby's office.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why should I sell my Frank Lloyd Wright architectural features or furniture with Sotheby's?
    Sotheby’s 20th Century Design department offers decorative arts and design from the Arts and Crafts movement through Art Nouveau and Art Deco, to works from the post-war years and on through contemporary design. Our auctions, those held in New York, London, and Paris, as well as those held online, are highly sought after by private collectors, museums, dealers, and connoisseurs. With Sotheby's international reach and established team of specialists, there has never been a better time to sell architectural features or furniture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright with Sotheby's.
  • Can a specialist come evaluate my Frank Lloyd Wright designed piece in person?
    Our specialists are located in Paris, London and New York, and are able to visit in-person any pieces located in those cities. Our specialists also travel frequently and any information about upcoming visits will be made available on this page. If you would like to contact a specialist directly about a potential visit, you can contact the 20th-century design team nearest you.
    NEW YORK: + 1 212 606 7170
    LONDON: + 44 (0)20 7293 5572
    PARIS: + 33 1 53 05 52 81
  • I am not sure my furniture or window is by Frank Lloyd Wright, how can I be certain?
    If you have a piece that resembles a Frank Lloyd Wright window, door, or other architectural element but are not certain it is designed by Wright, you can still submit it for review by Sotheby's specialists. When you submit photographs, please be sure to include any additional information you have about the piece, such as its sale history, provenance, or other interesting notes about it. Our specialists will review it to see if it is a good fit for one of our auctions.