On Thursday July 18th, Doyle, located at 175 East 87th Street will hold its @Home auction. Auctions are a great place to score antiques and newer pieces in the process of changing hands. Doyle is known for having approachable prices, great for those adhering to a budget, or starting to collect. They have also recently held exciting designer-driven sales that have attracted those looking for stylishly curated perspectives. Visiting a preview helps inform your eye, and the more you see, the more you know. This go round, the selection is big on art, antiques, rugs and metal Victorian outdoor furniture. I spied some eclectic Chinoiserie pieces as well as useful entryway consoles. Go for a browse, you might be able to land a piece perfect for that empty wall that has been nagging away at you.
Photos courtesy of Doyle
Lot 80 Niek van der Plas Dutch, b. 1954 A Day at the Beach
Lot 102 Lorna Simpson III (WISH #1, WISH #2, WISH #3) Complete set of three ceramic, rubber and bronze wishbones within molded felt printed with waterless lithography, 1994, edition of 5,000, Peter Norton Family Christmas Edition, in original wood box.
Lot 173 Group of Nine English Imari Porcelain and Ironstone Table Articles Late 19th century
Lot 240 Pair of Tole Chinoiserie Figures, mid 20th Century
Lot 383 Pair of Mint Green Tole Pagoda Form Lanterns, newly produced
Lot 296 Chinese Stained Wood Bird Cage
Lot 344 Georgian Style Chinoiserie Decorated Red Painted Bookcase Cabinet
Lot 439 Neoclassical Style Brass Inlaid Mahogany Fold-Over Games Table
Lot 133 Pair of Tessallated Wood Consoles
Lot 437 Provincial Style Marble Top Painted Side Table
Lot 107 Neoclassical Style Animal Hide and Gilt-Wood Rope-Form Ottoman
Lot 275 Pair of Tufted Upholstered Slipper Chairs