The world of the late Sir David Tang was an extraordinary one filled with all manner of fabulous things—from artworks and quirky artefacts to beautiful and bizarre collectables—which filled his many homes, clubs and restaurants.
Though widely varied and eclectic in taste, his collection possesses a uniformity that people have come to love and recognise as distinctly David Tang.
On January 31, Christie’s London will be auctioning pieces from Sir David and his wife Lady Lucy Tang’s private collection, with items ranging from original artworks by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Tracey Emin to Goyard luggage pieces and collectable furniture, including furniture that dates as far back as the 1700s. See some of the items up for auction in the gallery below:
The Christie’s London auction of property from the collection of Sir David and Lady Lucy Tang will be held on January 31 at 10:30am GMT (6:30pm Hong Kong time) at its London saleroom, 8 King Street, St. James 's, London, UK, find out more at christies.com
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