Two Single Owner Catalogues: Doris Duke Collection, Christie’s, June 2-5, 2004
The first catalogue, The Doris Duke Collection, 3-5 June 2004 consists of 623 pages with 1337 lots mostly illustrated in color, lots described in detail, featuring a wide range of English, Chinese and European furniture, and some Russian decorative arts.
The second, Magnificent Jewels from the Doris Duke Collection, 2 June 2004, 150 pages with 111 lots including many pieces by Cartier, David Webb, Verdura, Seaman Schepps and Harry Winston. The highlight of the sale being a magnificent Belle Epoque Diamond and Pearl pendant necklace by Cartier.
Two beautiful catalogues, Christie’s, New York, June 2-5, 2004. Softcover copies in good condition with almost no wear. Completely clean inside and out.
Each 11″ high X 8″ wide.
Doris Duke was one of the most glamorous figures of the 20th century, a lifelong philanthropist and accomplished collector. At the time the auction became the largest grossing sale of a single collection.
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