Influential fashion designer Jasper Conran, Princess Diana outfits’ designer, belongings will go under the hammer at Christie’s auction house next week, media agencies reported on Wednesday.
The designer’s belongings were taken from his recently sold New Warder Castle. The new owner decided to sell all contents that belong to Conran, according to Tatler website.
The auction will be a two-part one under the theme of Jasper Conran: The Collection Parts I and II. Both sessions will be hosted virtually and in the saleroom.
Hundreds of impressive and rare pieces will be displayed such as pieces of high quality, and classic furniture, George I chintz-cotton, and a velvet bed that dates back to 1725 are among the auctioned pieces. Their estimate ranges between £ 50,000 and £ 80,000.
There will be three pairs of George III open armchairs, and each pair is estimated at £ 18,000, and four 16th century Chinese blue and white dishes made from Kraak porcelain and are estimated at £ 4000.
Moreover, the collection includes dozens of rare paintings, statues, mirrors, and Persian handmade carpets that date back to the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.
Some of the Displayed Items at Christie's and at New Wardur Castle