Doyle at Home®Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 10am EDT |
Doyle at Home® Sale on Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Featuring the Jessye Norman 'White Gates' Collection
Including Stylish Furniture, Decorations and Art from a Greenwich Village Penthouse Profiled by Elle Décor
The popular Doyle at Home auctions held throughout the year attract thousands of savvy, sophisticated buyers with an endless diversity of stylish furniture, elegant decorations, and attractive works of art from prominent estates and collections across the country. Designers, architects, magazine editors and other trend-setters look to the Doyle at Home auctions as a resource for exceptional objects that combine quality, value and style. These auctions have also become popular venues for the sale of property from designers’ own collections or for furnishings that they have incorporated into projects for their clients. The Doyle at Home auctions provide exciting opportunities to recreate the stylish interiors showcased in today’s most influential shelter magazines. Discover one of New York’s most important design resources – Doyle at Home.
The Jessye Norman 'White Gates' Collection / Lots 100-226
The famed opera and concert singer Jessye Norman is moving from her gracious country home, White Gates, and Doyle is honored to offer the contents of this special property as a featured section comprising lots 100-226 in the March 29 Doyle at Home auction. Highlights include artwork, furniture, decorations, silver, books, autographs, and stage and costume jewelry, with some pieces to be offered in subsequent auctions. Read More
Property from a Greenwich Village Penthouse
Certain to attract attention is a selection of stylish furniture, decorations and art from a Greenwich Village Penthouse that was featured in Elle Décor. Situated at the top of a Federal townhouse, soaring ceilings and a wall of glass fills the duplex apartment with sunlight. The owner, a fashion executive who has lived here for twenty-five years, created a chic and masculine home where each piece tells a story. Here contemporary melds seamlessly with pieces from the past: a French marble top table is surrounded by a collection of chairs covered in Robert Kime fabrics; French 18th century chests of drawers share space with a Belgian industrial work table; and a pair of Anglo-Indian sconces and an Ottoman bronze candlestick betray the owner as a seasoned world traveler. For a peek into this incredible New York space profiled by Elle Décor, click here.