Single Owner Collections
A collection sale embraces all fields, tastes and artistic endeavours and fall into a range of categories. Roseberys team of Specialists bring together a blend of expertise and experience together with bespoke marketing strategies to ensure a single-owner collection is presented to reflect the life-time of dedication of the owner.
Recent highlights include: The Studio Collection of Marie Vorobieff Marevna, showcased over 300 lots offered directly from the studio of the artist. Marevna has been acknowledged as one of the first female cubists, working and friends with some of the great artists of the time including Picasso, Modigliani and Rivera. Watch the video to find out more about this fascinating collection.
Ted Few: An Idiosyncratic Eye, presented fine art and antique dealer Ted Few’s well known and wide-ranging selection of objects and paintings which he had collected throughout his expansive career and which displayed his diverse and inimitable taste.
The Herbert Kennard Collection presented over 350 lots from the late Herbert Kennard reflecting his passion for late 18th century English furniture, especially satinwood. As well as furniture, he also collected all manner of associated works of art including a variety of different boxes, tea caddies and trays.
The Connoisseurs Eye: The Collections of Sir Nicholas Goodison & Michael Sim showcased beautiful objects from Sir Nicholas Goodison (1934 – 2021) the well-respected businessman, scholar, patron of the arts, polymath and philanthropist and Michael Sim, a leading antiques dealer in English furniture, clocks and scientific instruments. The shared connoisseurship of both collectors was manifest in a diverse and beautiful sale spanning many periods of art yet underpinned by a common theme: aesthetic beauty and flawless technique in objects, materials, and artists that were meticulously researched.
Previous single owner collection highlights include the auction of the largest private collection of 180 lots of rare prints and bronzes by the artist Salvador Dali to appear on the market in London.
The Masonic Collection of Albert Nice, this extraordinary collection of 550 lots encompassed masonic jewels, medals, ceramics, glass and books.
The Andrew Weaving Collection of Constance Spry vases and other Fulham Pottery designers. Many of the works were featured in the exhibition at the Garden Museum in 2021 and included designs rarely seen at auction. Author and mid-century design specialist, Andrew Weaving has written several books on mid-century design and had amassed this important collection of Fulham Pottery over many years. The auction produced record breaking prices for a Crown and Lion vase, a rare design with the underside impressed with the Royal stamp for the coronation of 1953.
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