Sotheby’s has scheduled a November sale in Geneva for more than 200 pieces from the House of Württemberg.
More than 200 jewels and precious objects from the House of Württemberg, formerly one of Germany’s noble families, are on display until Monday at Sotheby’s New York, the first stop on a multicity tour before their auction Nov. 6-7 in Geneva.
“This is not a classic collection in the sense that one person or a couple have assembled pieces over the years,” said Philipp von Württemberg, a distant relative of the current heirs who, as an independent professional art adviser, worked on the sale. “It is more a family treasure that has built
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