Coming up we have our Interiors sale on 6 & 7 October, including a wide array of furniture, works of art, decorative arts, country sporting items and ceramics. Selected items featured throughout this two-day sale are from a London Belgravia property, designed by Nina Campbell in the 1970's.
Lot 204: Jerome Trollier (British 20th century), 'Ducks at the water's edge', Lithograph printed in colours, Est. £100-150 (+fees)
| Lot 43: A set of four Meissen trefoil serving dishes painted with birds, late 19th century, Est. £300-500 (+fees) | Lot 83: A modern Limoges 'Bal Masque de Marie Pierre Boitard pour Haviland' part dinner and breakfast service, Est. £500-700 (+fees) | Lot 73: A selection of modern Continental porcelain, Est. £300-500 (+fees)
Nina Campbell's memories of this commission:
'It is always a pleasure when you work with people who have lovely furniture as it makes design much easier. This particular commission was carried out in the days of much richer vibrant colours. This is demonstrated here in the red lacquer room, where the wonderful colours have stood the test of time.'
Lot 379: A pair of walnut and upholstered open armchairs, Est. £300-500 (+fees) | Lot 461: A Continental mahogany and lacquered brass mounted whatnot, Est. £400-600 (+fees)
Nina Campbell is one of the world’s most respected and influential interior designers. Her designs appeal to both young and old and sit well in both contemporary and traditional interiors.
Her enthusiasm and interest in design was developed when at the age of 19 she went to work for John Fowler at the prestigious decorating firm Sibyl Colefax and John Fowler. Shortly after Nina set up her own decorating business and the interior design side of the business continues to flourish with notable projects, both commercial and residential, throughout the world.
Nina Campbell feels very strongly that a house should be personally tailored to each client and should reflect their own particular needs, taste, and lifestyle. She is the author of five books on Interior design.
Lot 464: A North Italian simulated tortoiseshell, parcel-gilt and mirrored glass console table in 18th century style, Est. £300-500 (+fees)
The items from this collection are denoted through the catalogue:
Provenance: Removed from a Belgravia property, designed by Nina Campbell in the 1970's
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Please note: Further items from this collection will be featured in our Old Master, British and European Art sale on 24 November and our Jewellery, Silver and Watches sale on the 14 & 15 October 2020.
Day One | Tuesday 6 October, 10.30am | View online catalogue
Day Two | Wednesday 7 October, 10.30am | View online catalogue
These are online auctions with an auctioneer.
- Our specialists will be providing detailed conditions reports and additional images as requested.
- Viewing will be by appointment and in accordance with Covid-19 regulations.
Thursday 1 October: 10am-5pm
Friday 2 October: 10am-5pm
Sunday 4 October: 10am-2pm
Monday 5 October: 10am-5pm
There is no viewing on the day of the auction.
To book a viewing appointment: +44 (0) 1635 553 553 | email@example.com
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