Designers Charles and Ray Eames’ ideas contributed significantly to the field of architecture and furniture design. Stair features a pair of Charles and Ray Eames leather and rosewood chairs and ottomans in the upcoming Art & Design auction. Designed for the Herman Miller Company, the available Eames furniture sets were among the popular designs by the couple. Another highlight of the auction is a chair by designer Mats Theselius. The Älgskinnsfåtölj, meaning ‘moose leather armchair,’ was designed in 1985. The armchair has a cylindrical shape made of mixed metal and moose hide.
Award-winning photographer David Gamble has captured photographs of personalities such as Margaret Thatcher, Stephen Hawking, and Neil deGrasse Tyson. Featured is a Dalai Lama chromogenic print portrait by Gamble. Also presented is a Steinway ebonized baby grand piano made in 1938. Interested bidders can explore a range of glassware, lamps, paintings, woodenware, mirrors, and sculptures as well. Browse the entire catalog and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art, Decorative Arts, Furniture (283)
# of Lots:283
Price Range:$75 - $7,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Dalai Lama chromogenic print on canvas by D. Gamble||
|Pair of Charles and Ray Eames leather and rosewood chairs and ottomans||
|Mats Theselius mixed metal and moose hide 'Algskinnsfatolj' chair||
|Steinway ebonized baby grand piano||
|Raku pottery bowl with bronze cover and twig form finial||
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Charles and Ray Eames
- Dalai Lama
- David Gamble
- Herman Miller Company
- Margaret Thatcher
- Mats Theselius
- Neil deGrasse Tyson
- Stephen Hawking
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