From Hermès handbags and 20th Century Middle Eastern Art in London, to Arte Contemporanea in Milan and rare wines in New York, here’s a look at what’s happening at Sotheby’s Auction House in April.
This sale will feature mature wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux, Rhone and Italy that rarely come to auction. Highlights include full cases of a 1996 Richebourg, magnums of 1985 Hermitage, and more.
Sotheby’s will offer a wide range of decorative art pieces including silver, sculptures, furniture and works of art that span the Renaissance to the nineteenth century, with 20 pieces from a Paris antiques dealer.
This spring auction of Hermès handbags will feature 25 hand-selected examples of fine craftsmanship. The event will be led with a stunning amethyst porosus crocodile Birkin and the collection will be on view from April 5th to 9th in London.
Showcasing cross-disciplinary art from across Italy, Arte Contemporanea will serve as an excellent opportunity to acquire work by some of the most sought-after artists of this century.
Collection Particulière Italienne : De Giovanni Fattori à Giorgio de Chirico is a lovely group of approximately 60 (primarily Italian) paintings from the Macchiaioli to Pittura Metafisica, Realisim, Impressionism and Divisionism.
The Magnificent Jewels collection includes statement-making pieces by renowned jewelry houses including Vlan Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, Bulgari, and Tiffany & Co.
As part of Orientalist and Middle Eastern week, this collection will feature the rarest and most sought after artists from the modern area to the contemporary period with works by Hassan Sharif and Bahman Mohasses, among others.
Parisian jewelry in the 1950s was marked by elegant gold and diamonds designed to bring out the beauty in the women who wore the creations.