‘Mackinnon – Fine Furniture and Works of Art’ at Christie’s London this November

‘Mackinnon – Fine Furniture and Works of Art’ at Christie’s London this November

On 10 November, Christie’s will offer Mackinnon: Fine Furniture and Works of Art in a live auction, marking ten years since the gallery opened in St. James’s, London. Mackinnon Fine Furniture is known for fine 18th century and early 19th century furniture by celebrated makers such as Chippendale, Vile & Cobb and Gillows, with an emphasis on distinguished provenance. The sale presents a curated group of 170 lots, led by an important George III ormolu-mounted Indian rosewood and yew-wood marquetry serpentine commode by Ince & Mayhew (estimate: £80,000-120,000) and red japanned seat furniture supplied by Giles Grendey originally part of the famous Lazcano suite made for the Duke of Infantado circa 1735-40 (armchairs estimate: £80,000-120,000; side chairs estimate: £30,000-50,000). The pre-sale exhibition is open to the public from the 6 November to the 9 November. Further highlights include crisply carved George
On 10 November, Christie’s will offer Mackinnon: Fine Furniture and Works of Art in a live auction, marking ten years since the gallery opened in St. James’s, London. Mackinnon Fine Furniture is known for fine 18th century and early 19th century furniture by celebrated makers such as Chippendale, Vile & Cobb and Gillows, with an emphasis on distinguished provenance. The sale presents a curated group of 170 lots, led by an important George III ormolu-mounted Indian rosewood and yew-wood marquetry serpentine commode by Ince & Mayhew (estimate: £80,000-120,000) and red japanned seat furniture supplied by Giles Grendey originally part of the famous Lazcano suite made for the Duke of Infantado circa 1735-40 (armchairs estimate: £80,000-120,000; side chairs estimate: £30,000-50,000). The pre-sale exhibition is open to the public from the 6 November to the 9 November. Further highlights include crisply carved George