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Spanish Antique Furniture and Artworks up for Auction at Casa de Memoria’s ‘Tercero’

Tercero

Several Spanish antique furniture and artworks are going up for auction with “Tercero,” the third auction in 2021 of the Manila-based, Lhuillier-managed auction house Casa de Memoria.

The said auction also showcases Filipino and European art pieces and décor such as rare ornate lamps and chandeliers. It is now live online until Saturday, July 31.

One of the pieces available for auction is this untitled 20th century abstract lithograph by Filipino-Spanish modernist artist Fernando Zóbel de Ayala y Montojo (1924–1984) at PH₱40,000.

Litograph by Fernando Zobel
Photo by Casa de Memoria

Also available at the “Tercero” auction is a pair of early 20th century Spanish barber’s armchair seats, as well as a signed, oil-on-board painting by Spanish painter Eduardo Roldan (1926–2017) titled “Deconstruction” for PH₱30,000.

“We have put together an extraordinary collection of vintage pieces that combine art, culture and playful inspirations. From paintings and chandeliers to furniture and more, the auction items at ‘Tercero’ have been carefully chosen — and in some cases, transformed — to awe and inspire our bidders to elevate their homes into a refuge for art, culture and design,” said Casa de Memoria general manager Camille Lhuillier-Albani.

To browse their available auction pieces, check out their catalog. To bid, register on this link.

Casa de Memoria is an auction house in Parañaque City specializing in “European antiquities, paintings and objet d’arts.”


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