IN PROVENANCE DU MEURICE - PART III : Furniture, lighting and decorative objects
Closing Monday June 5, 2023 from 11am
No prior exhibition on site - sale exclusively online
Le Meurice opened its doors in 1835, taking its name from its first owner, Charles-Augustin Meurice.
The first Parisian Palace, located in the heart of historic Paris on rue de Rivoli, Le Meurice is an inspiring and fascinating place where 18th-century splendor and modern comfort reign harmoniously side by side.
Over the years, Le Meurice has often been dubbed the Hotel of Kings, due to its many royal guests. In 1855, Her Majesty Queen Victoria stayed here during her official visit to Paris.
Each with its own unique character, Le Meurice's rooms pay tribute to French beauty, heritage and luxury. After more than 180 years in business, the hotel continues to renovate its rooms to meet the expectations of its guests. Furniture, lighting and decorative elements are all souvenirs that hotel guests and lovers of a certain art de vivre will be delighted to acquire. Initiated by kings and shaped by the greatest artists, the illustrious history of the establishment continues to be written, while at the same time embracing a circular economy.
Delivery of lots by appointment, at the AMT warehouses located rue de la Tannerie, 60270 Gouvieux :
■ Wednesday June 14, 8am to 5pm
■ Thursday June 15, 8am to 5pm
■ Friday June 16, 8am to 5pm
Prior appointment only: we will send you an e-mail with all the necessary information as soon as your auction slip has been settled.
Expert Arts Décoratifs XXe siècle :
Emmanuel EYRAUD (Lots 220, 221 and 222)
27 rue Saint-Dominique 75007 Paris
Tel : + 33 (0)1 45 54 97 51
Sales manager :
+33 (0)6 84 52 72 77
For further information, please contact
Inès del VALLE
ADER Entreprises & Patrimoine
Auction House Approval 142-201920
6, rue Picot - 75016 Paris Tel : 01 76 21 26 41