Furniture 
  & Works of Art

Furniture
  & Works of Art

Since its creation in 2009, when Isabelle Bresset joined Artcurial as auctioneer and Associate director, the Furniture and Works of Art department established itself as one of the key players in this field in France.

The department ability to grant back central stage to classical decorative arts, rewarded by the growing recognition from sellers and buyers alike, has been pivotal for the department’s success. Each collection is unique and the team is enthusiastically taking care of them with a great attention to detail.

Offering a large spectrum reflecting the rich variety of European decorative arts, from the austere solemnity of the Haute Epoque until the eclecticism of the late 19th century, without forgetting the classical and Baroque 17th century or the frivolous or Neoclassical 18th century, the sales enjoy renewed success twice a year despite the current change in fashion.

The department focuses on the strict and scrupulous selection of the works offered on sale, their realistic valuation, the peculiar attention given their valorisation and the customised service provided to first time buyers or experienced collectors from all over the world.

The department has conveyed a contemporary and fresh image through unprecedented collaborations with art world leading figures and interior designers while making sure we do provide a reliable expertise.

The collaboration with well-known experts and art historians to ensure a thorough, rigorous and solid knowledge in the appraisal process for works of art such as silver, sculptures, clocks and scientific instruments, European ceramics or rugs, enables us to cover every aspects and handle every kind of collection.

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News

Filippo Passadore’s selection

Filippo Passadore’s selection

Filippo Passadore, specialist of Artcurial's Furniture & Works of Art department, picks out his favourite objects, which were sold on 14th and 15th December during the Furniture, Sculpture & Works of Art auction.

Mobilier, Sculpture & Objets d’Art

Mobilier, Sculpture & Objets d’Art

The sales of 12 and 13 July 2021 totalled nearly €1.5M with rare examples of 17th century chairs including a Louis XVI period Royal Armchair executed by Georges Jacob and Jean-Baptiste Rode in 1778 for the Salon des Bains at the Château de Bagatelle, which was sold at €117,000.

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Is there still a market for classical furniture?

Is there still a market for classical furniture?

Isabelle Bresset, director of the Furniture and Works of Art department and auctioneer, deciphers a healthy and resilient classic furniture market.

Throwback on the story behind the conte d’Artois’s furniture

Throwback on the story behind the conte d’Artois’s furniture

A Louis XVI royal gilt and patinated wood Mobilier by Georges Jacob & Jean-Baptiste Rode
Delivered to the comte d’Artois (1757-1836) at the chateau de Bagatelle
Sold €1,174,500 on 22nd July 2020 in Paris

Upcoming sales

Feb.
09
14:00
                        Winter Sale II
Feb.
09
14:00

N°4211

Winter Sale II

La Salle, Paris
may
12
14:00
                        Spring Sale
may
12
14:00

N°4218

Spring Sale

Salle Rossini, Paris

Consignment deadline: 31/03/2022

jun.
15
14:00
                        Furniture 
                <br/>                          & Works of Art
jun.
15
14:00

N°4203

Furniture
& Works of Art

Artcurial, Paris

Consignment deadline: 04/05/2022