Sell Your Art Deco Furniture 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.

NEW YORK: + 1 212 710 1364
LONDON: +44 (0)20 3936 5377
PARIS: +33 1 85 16 81 38

Art Deco Furniture Consigned with Sotheby's

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why is Art Deco furniture so collectible?
    Original Art Deco furniture designs are covetable because they reflect the primary decorative art style of the 1920s and 1930s. Characterized by detailed, precisely designed geometric shapes and vibrant colors, this style was popular in furniture, architectural elements as well as everyday household objects. Request a free estimate and sell Art Deco Furniture for top dollar.
  • Must I submit the original documents or receipts that came with my Art Deco furniture?
    To determine an auction estimate for fine and rare Art Deco furniture and decorative accessories, Sotheby’s experts will need detailed photographs and as much information as you can provide. Once you submit your Art Deco information online , you will be able to track the estimate process. A Sotheby’s specialist will contact you if there are any questions about your Art Deco sofa, chair, dining room table or other furniture.
  • What are Sotheby’s commission fees?
    Sotheby’s sells fine, one-of-a-kind Art Deco design at auction. Likewise, our fees are customized for each work we offer. When you receive an auction estimate from a Sotheby’s specialist, it will include detailed information about our commission and fees.

More information on how to sell with Sotheby's

Sotheby’s is your best resource to buy, consign and sell Art Deco furniture such as a table, chair, sofa, couch, end table, occasional table, coffee table, silver service, desk lamp, table lamp, floor lamp, chandelier, candlestick, candelabrum, screen, frame, clock, carpet, rug, desk, armoire, mirror, door, window, art, painting, mural or Art Nouveau or Arts and Crafts designs from the 20th Century.

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