Luxury Gift Guide 2018  

Luxury Gift Guide 2018

What We Love | November 19, 2018
gift guide

Whether you have an art-savvy friend or a fashion-forward family

member, you’ll find something truly defining in our December auctions. 

Our 2018 luxury gift guide features our specialists’  favorite gift picks

for family, friends and their own wishlists at various price points. 

mary shearson
tess hall
katie guilbault

“I love an element of surprise and to give gifts that people

would never buy for themselves! The Chanel bag that has been

on their wishlist for years or the “Early America” limited

edition Hermes silk scarf designed for the 100th year

celebration of the Art Institute of Chicago. My Aunt loves

dachshunds, and I know the Timmy Woods handbag would be

the perfect present under her tree! We have an incredible

collection of furs that belonged to Natalie Cole. Talk about a

fabulous and unexpected gift.”

 

–Mary Shearson, Luxury Accessories and Couture, Specialist

Top picks for friends

hermes bangles
chanel tote
hermes silk scarf

Top picks for family

timmy woods dachshund
louis vuitton cufflinks
celine bag

The wishlist

roger vivier shoes
hermes constance bag
The Fine Prints catalogue will be available in December

“Buying and collecting art is personal, but that doesn’t mean it

has to be complicated. Prints are a good place to start. See

what friends and family have in their home, figure out your

budget and find something you think would complement what

they already have. It’s thoughtful giving without having to

guess too much.”

 

–Tess Hall, Fine Art, Senior Specialist

Top picks for friends

JUDY CHICAGO, OLD, 2013

STEVE KAUFMANN, SPIDERMAN IV (RED SKY)

KARL WIRSUM, JELLO JOEL, 1989

Top picks for family

SOL LEWITT, BRUSHSTROKES IN DIFFERENT COLORS…, 1993

EDWARD WESTON, SHELL, 1927

HOWARD HODGKIN, HERE WE ARE IN CROYDON, 1979

The wishlist

Picasso
jasper johns

Pablo Picasso, Le Déjeuner sur l’Herb, 1962

JASPER JOHNS, FIZZLES, 1976

DONALD BAECHLER, SIX ROSES, 2015 (A SUITE OF SIX WORKS)

“The wonderful thing about jewelry is how it can transport the

wearer back to a certain time or place every time it’s slipped

on. An unexpected gift of jewelry, whether antique or

contemporary, would certainly make 2018 a holiday season to

remember!”

 

–Katie Guilbault, G.G.

Important Jewelry and Fine Timepieces, Senior Specialist

Top picks for friends

Wristwatch

Top picks for family

Wristwatch

The wishlist

Wristwatch

Happy Holidays and Happy Shopping! Click here for more information on how to bid at auction.

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