'Tis the season for high-profile 20th century design items at auction. Case-in-point is a pair of extremely rare copper weed holders designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that are being auctioned off at Sotheby's on December 17, 2014 at an auction estimate of $200,000-$300,000. Check out this link to see the lot in better detail and to read the accompanying catalogue note by Wright scholar, David A. Hanks.
Not to be outdone, Christies has a Wright-designed oak library table from the Coonley House in Riverside, IL at its December 9, 2014 auction with an estimate of $20,000-$30,000. See the lot info in more detail here.
The auction with the most Frank Lloyd Wright items in December has to be (appropriately enough) Wright Auction's December 11, 2014 "Important Design" auction, which features 18 Wright-related pieces, from original chairs, to drawings, to art glass windows. See them all here.
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