Auction Preview: Christie’s ‘Betsy Bloomingdale: Life and Style’, Mar 30-April 6

March 28, 2017 - table lamp

What: Auction of Betsy Bloomingdale’s Collection

Where: Visit www.onlineonly.christies.com

When: Mar 30-April 6, 2017

Public Viewing: Mar 31-April 4 during Christie’s Rockefeller Center, 20 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020, USA

Top Lots of a Sale:

This online auction showcases aspects of Betsy Bloomingdale’s world. The sale facilities William Haines lamps and outside furniture, as good as normal Georgian seat and excellent art from a Holmby Hills house. The lots also embody Bloomingdale’s gowns, jewelry, handbags, scarves and dress jewelry. Top lots of this sale are:

* A citrine and bullion necklace, by Verdura, graduated fourteen-strand citrine stone necklace, assimilated by a fluted 18k bullion double ‘c’ clasp.  Estimate: US$ 7,000 – US$ 10,000

* A span of crimson and solid ear pendants, by David Webb. Estimate: US$ 5,000 – US$ 7,000

* A apartment of bronze patinated steel seat granted by William Haines, circa 1960. Estimate: US$ 4,000 – US$ 6,000

* A organisation of well-bred pearl and solid jewelry, comprising a necklace designed as a graduated singular strand of well-bred pearls assimilated by a single-cut solid and 18k white bullion tub clasp. Estimate: US$ 4,000 – US$ 6,000

* A Chinese white-glazed porcelain and dark celadon-lacquer list lamp, together with dual white-glazed total of Guanyin mounted on Lucite stands. Estimate: US$ 3,000 – US$ 5,000

* Three faux-bamboo list lamps, by William Haines, circa 1960. Estimate: US$ 3,000 – US$ 5,000

* A Mottahedeh porcelain Chinese trade character commemorative Monteith, extraneous richly gilded with panels of a Great Seal of a United States swap with quotes from President Reagan. Estimate: US$ 3,000 – US$ 5,000

* A Christian Dior couture orange silk robe spring/summer 1986, designed By Marc Bohan. Estimate: US$ 2,000 – US$ 4,000

* An fabricated ceramic sea-themed partial cooking use from a Tureen Early 20th Century with black printed sarreguemines mark, a residue modern. Estimate: US$ 2,000 – US$ 3,000

* ‘Intermission,’ oil on canvas, by Paul Lewis Clemens (American, 1911-1992). Estimate: US$ 1,500 – US$ 2,500

For serve details, revisit https://onlineonly.christies.com/s/betsy-bloomingdale-life-style/categories/337

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source ⦿ http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/2038789/auction-preview-christies-betsy-bloomingdale-life-and-style

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