Current Bid: €15,000 - Vase avec Roses et Chardons on Auction at Sotheby's

Current Bid: €15,000 - Vase avec Roses et Chardons on Auction at Sotheby's

An exquisite piece of art, the Vase avec roses et chardons is currently up for auction at Sotheby's. Created by Alik Cavaliere in 1979, this bronze, glass, and plastic masterpiece showcases the artist's remarkable talent and attention to detail.

Measuring 74 x 39 x 37 cm (29 ⅛ x 15 ⅜ x 14 ⅝ in), the vase is adorned with beautiful roses and thistles, meticulously crafted to capture their delicate beauty. The intricacy of the design is a testament to Cavaliere's artistic vision.

This stunning piece has attracted significant attention and currently has a best bid of €15,000. With five bids already placed, it is sure to be a highly sought-after item for collectors and art enthusiasts alike.

The provenance of this artwork adds further value to its significance. Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner in 1983, it has remained in their possession for decades.

Art lovers will appreciate the literature associated with this piece. It has been featured in exhibitions such as "I luoghi circostanti" at Palazzo Reale in Milan in 1992. Elena Pontiggia's catalog of Cavaliere's sculptures also includes an illustration of this exceptional vase (n. 546).

If you're interested in adding this extraordinary artwork to your collection, don't miss out on this opportunity. Head over to Sotheby's before February 20, 2024, when the auction ends. Place your bid and potentially become the proud owner of Vase avec roses et chardons – a true treasure in the world of art.

Vase avec roses et chardons

Platform : Sotheby's

Latest Bid : €15,000

Number of Bids : 5

Auction End : Feb 20, 2024

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