Several items of furniture drawn from Buckinghamshire, UK stately home Hambleden Manor are to cross the auction block at Christie's London on July 10.
Estimates range from £300 ($445) for a number of bookcases, to £25,000 ($37,200) for a pair of 19th century Chinese black and gilt lacquer altar tables.
Hambleden Manor was decorated by English interior designers Colefax and Fowler during the 1950s; the sale represents a rare opportunity for collectors to purchase "a slice of decorating history," according to Homes & Property magazine.
"It is hard to exaggerate the influence of Colefax and Fowler on the English interior," the magazine asserts.
On July 23-24, another important stately home sale is scheduled to take place. The contents of historic Cornwall property Trelissick House are to go under the hammer in association with Bonhams.
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