A Tennis Lover’s Dream Collection of Furniture and Memorabilia

15 October | New York
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Sotheby’s sale of Gallison Hall: The James F. Scott Collection is full of eclectic finds, which reflect their Charlottesville collector’s many interests, including a particular affinity for the game of tennis. Scott had a “Tennis House” entirely devoted to the sport. Among the trove of themed treasures it held were Wimbledon Championship wicker furniture, antique rackets, Art Deco tennis posters and much more. Click ahead to discover a selection of these charming pieces on offer.

A Tennis Lover’s Dream Collection of Furniture and Memorabilia

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