Much to the surprise of the auctioneer and the lady, the dusty and almost tattered painting turned out to be a handiwork of Cenni di Pepo, also known as Cimabue, a 13th-century Florentine painter famous for mentoring Giotto.
Fancy watches aren’t just for golf and tennis anymore. But, players are discovering, what’s on your wrist might not result in emotional fulfillment.
The Burgundy showing is no less impressive, with La Tâche 1976, Chambertin 1990 from Rousseau and Domaine Leroy Grands Crus.
Bugatti has now finally revealed the first functioning prototype of the Baby II at its 110th-anniversary celebration in Molsheim, France, along with giving test drives to special VIPs at the event.
This year’s sale will present another exceptional group of more than 60 blue-chip cars spanning all segments of the market, from European sports cars to racing icons, supercars, and modern classics.