A Carlton room divider designed by Ettore Sottsass will headline a sale of pieces by the Memphis Group from David Bowie's personal collection.
It's valued at £5,000-7,000 ($6,607-9,250) ahead of the November 11 sale at Sotheby's London.
The group was founded in Milan in 1981 and is known for its tongue-in-cheek, postmodernist approach to design.
They named themselves after the Bob Dylan song Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again, which was playing on a loop throughout the meeting.
Bowie was a huge fan of the group's aesthetic and acquired an enviable collection of pieces.
Massimo Iosa-Ghini's Bertrand sideboard will be another highlight, with an estimate of £3,000-5,000 ($3,964-6,607).
However, the fact Bowie owned these pieces is likely to see them sell for substantially more than their estimates.
Cecile Verdier, Sotheby's co-head of 20th century design, said: "The works produced by the historical avant-garde design collaborative Memphis Milano, led by Ettore Sottsass, could not have found a more receptive and tuned-in audience than David Bowie.
"This is design with no limits and no boundaries. When you look at a piece of Memphis design, you see their unconventionality, the kaleidoscope of forms and patterns; the vibrant contrasting colours that really shouldn't work but really do."
The sale is one of three sales of Bowie's art collection taking place over November 10-11. Read more about it here.
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