Best Buffets And Cabinets Ever Auctioned By Christie’s
Christie’s is built on a fundamental truth: that the experience of owning beautiful and special objects is an important part of people’s personal and cultural life. So today we are going to show you the bestBuffets And Cabinetsever auctioned by them. Enjoy and be inspired to create your dream interior.
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The Symphony Sideboard draws inspiration from church organ tubes, as well as the curves of the violin. Like all of Boca do Lobo’s designs, the Symphony is hand made by experienced craftsmen, each with different specialties, from metal-work to wood carving.
Italian engraved-bone-inlaid and ebonised cabinet-on-stand, early 18th century. Sold by $12 180.
Jean Royère buffet, made in 1943, sold by $416 738.
Regency polychrome painted and penwork cabinet-on-stand, first quarter 19th century, sold by $6 250.
‘Elling buffet’, a gray and white painted beechwood buffet, designed by G.TH. Rietveld, sold by $68 864
A pair of George III ormolu mounted black and gilt lacquer cabinets, each with a rectangular yellow marble top above a cabinet decorated with landscapes and birds, enclosing an interior of variously-sized drawers similarly decorated, sold by $23 306.
Bronze-mounted palmwood and parchment buffet attributed to Osvaldo Borsani, sold by $27 500.
Buffet by Eugene Printz, with palmwood, oxidized brass, opening to reveal sycamore interior, six doors with one adjustable shelf, two doors with two adjustable shelves, sold by $545 000.
Produced by Directional, the surface deeply decorated with abstract motifs, the double hinge-doors enclosing adjustable shelves, sold by $51 838. Hope you liked it and feel free to see more inspirations and ideas on our blog.