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James Christie founded Christie’s in 1766. Since then, the auction house has conducted grand and famous auctions. Christie’s holds approximately 350 auctions each year in over 80 categories, including fine and decorative arts, jewelry, collectibles, wine, and more and with prices ranging from $200 to over $100 million. The auction house also conducts private sales in all categories, including but not limited to, Post-War and Contemporary, Impressionist and Modern, Old Masters and Jewelry.


    • Sep 23, 2020

      New York – Christie’s is pleased to present The Collector | Online English & European 18th & 19th Century Furniture, Ceramics, Silver & Works of Art from 23 September-8 October, offering a highly curated selection of fine European and English furniture and works of art, ceramics, silver and Chinese works of Art s...

    • Sep 4, 2020

      Shanghai – Christie’s announced today the annual September Shanghai sales will be postponed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Restrictions on international travel will not allow Christie’s to present the ambitious and innovative sale series Christie’s have every September in Shanghai. Christie’s will present instead in Shanghai a sele...

    • Aug 7, 2020

      New York – Christie’s Living: August Collections will present an eclectic offering of fine and decorative arts, design, jewelry and gold boxes from American collections. This online sale is open for bidding 7 August through 20 August and the accessible price points provide a unique opportunity for new and established collectors alike,...

    • Jul 17, 2020

      Coveted by kings and eulogised by poets, Rosalba Carriera was one of the most popular artists of the Rococo. As two of her works are offered for sale, Jessica Lack looks back on an extraordinary career that was extinguished by tragedy In 18th-century Italy, the artist Rosalba Carriera (1673-1757) was so highly regarded that poets dedicate...

    • Jun 26, 2020

      In 1952, a major painting by Pierre Soulages almost disappeared off the coast of Tasmania. Now it has resurfaced — to be offered in the ONE  sale in Paris on 10 July In the early hours of Christmas Day 1952, the cargo ship MV Merino  ran aground off the east coast of Tasmania in dense fog. Bound for Hobart, it had 18 men ...

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