Félix Marcilhac at Sotheby's Paris by Raji Radhakrishnan

A collection worth flying to Paris for. I spend a lot of time going through auction catalogs and this is one of the finest Art Deco and Noveau collections that's ever come on the market. Below are some of my favorites from Marchillac's collection. Juste ma tasse de thé!

A 1928 Maison Bagues Suspension from Marchillac's Dining Room

An excerpt from Sotheby's - Sotheby’s Paris is hosting the Private Collection of dealer, and art historian Félix Marcilhac on March 11 & 12, 2014. Art Nouveau/Art Deco pioneer, Félix Marcilhac is counted among the world’s top dealers in the field of 20th century decorative arts. His private collection seen for decades in his house, runs to over 300 lots and includes paintings, sculptures, furnishings and objects of art, from major French creators of the 1920s and 1930s. (all photos from Sothebys)

Pierre Legrain Console Table & Detail

Paul Iribe Fauteuil Nautile, 1913

Michel Dufet Grand Beaureau (polished zinc), 1928

Joseph Csaky, Fontaine Poisson, Gilt Bronze, 1928

Gilt Wood Column by Rene Prou, 1925

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