With the influence of the Modernism movement, interior design has undergone a significant shift. Furniture gradually drifted away from traditional forms and took on more minimalistic styles. This movement would remain popular through the 1950s and 1960s. The upcoming Stash by Lee Stanton auction presents a selection of furniture that blends traditional and modern styles of craftsmanship.
Available to bidders is a 19th-century English partner’s desk. Produced in 1820, the piece is made of mahogany wood. Also carved in mahogany is a Louis XVI fauteuil from George Jacob. A noted Parisian designer active during the reign of Napoleon I, Jacob’s furniture was closely associated with the French Neoclassical style. His works have been seen on display at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. Highlighted among the 385 lots offered in the sale is an early 19th-century bookcase that also serves as a display cabinet. Other available furnishings include coffee tables, pool tables, sofas, reclining chairs, and more. View lot descriptions for more information and register to bid on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (13), Furniture (312), Collectibles (37), Pop Culture (7), Watches & Clocks (3)
# of Lots:385
Price Range:$450 - $22,200
Interesting lots include:
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|Salon Set|| Estimate: |
|Architectural Bookcase|| Estimate: |
|Console Chest Of Drawers|| Estimate: |
|Partners Desk|| Estimate: |
|Louis Xvi Chairs|| Estimate: |