Christie’s Again sells furniture.
Auction house Christie’s plans the unusual tenders to decorate for fans the house with rare works of art. This time auction will pass(take place) in Amsterdam. Here on September, 20th the European furniture, hours and ceramics will be presented to attention of judges of antiques. For many loty for certain there will be a struggle, therefore auction promises to be interesting.
At the tenders it will be exposed very non-standard lot – an ancient gate of first half XVIII century the Gate are painted in grey color and created from svarochnogo iron. Experts of the auction house have estimated them in ? 10 000-15 000.
Organizers feed greater hopes for the Dutch oak cabinet-body made KHendrikom KHessom (Hendrik Hermanus Hess, 1735–1794) nearby 1780 Begun the simple tailor, KHess soon became the most well-known organnym the master in the Netherlands. It specialized on manufacture of church bodies, the part from which now can be looked in Dutch museum Stedelik . This lot looks as a spacious case in which there is a house mini-body. The subject in very good condition also can quite appear in the list top-ëîòîâ, it estimejt makes ? 15 000-25 000.
Presumably, the Belgian oak bookcase of the second quarter of XVIII century This massive enough subject will be favourably sold consists of four branches and reaches at length of 8,5 m. Is remarkable, that this lot has been sold on last year's auction of house Christies in May for ? 15 000. Now experts have estimated a case in ? 10 000-15 000.