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Jimmy Page’s Works
Jimmy Page, the Led Zeppelin’s guitarist and '80s band Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp are selling rare works at Sotheby's on March in the largest-ever auction of British design from the 19th and 20th centuries, according to a report.
Moreover, the auction, worth more than $5.94 million, is the first either at Sotheby's or Christie's to be organized by a dealer. Paul Reeves, a clothes designer to rock stars in the 1960s, is organizing the sale, which features a abundance of rare hndmade Arts and Crafts designs. Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin and Gary Kemp are offering works that new homes cannot properly accommodate. Page is selling a 24-foot-long Burne-Jones tapestry, The Quest for the Holy Grail: The Achievement, which is estimated to bring a record $1.98 million, and five Burne-Jones stained-glass windows, estimated at $49,500 to $69,300 each. Kemp is selling furniture from the 19th-century Arts and Crafts movement, including an 1875 hanging bookcase estimated to bring between $118,000 and $158,400, a record for a piece of furniture by designer Edward William Godwin.
As Jimmy Page contributed to the legendary Led Zeppelin band, his works continue to be recognized with his passion of music and arts.
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