10 highlights from Christie's new private sales platform

Luxury London

8 April 2020

From Hermès to Hockney, Christie's is adapting to lockdown by offering a comprehensive new online experience

The online sales calendar includes wine, handbags and Chinese decorative arts

8 April 2020 | Luxury London

As collectors and art lovers turn increasingly to digital access as a primary means to enjoy, browse and buy artwork and luxury items, Christie’s auction house has refreshed its online offerings across numerous collecting categories and launched several new initiatives.

An enhanced private sales site offers online viewings and immediate purchase options for collectors of fine and decorative arts, jewellery and watches. A calendar of online sales is continuously being updated, supported by engaging and informative new editorial content to capture an art-loving audience. Here are our favourite buy-it-now highlights of the online collections so far: 

Impressionist and Modern Art 

David Hockney, Birthday Bouquet, 1996

Post-War and Contemporary Art 

Andy Warhol, Parrot, 1983
Jean-Michel Basquiat, Untitled (Dynamic Tension), circa 1981-83

Decorative Arts 

A Louis XIV black and gilt japanned cabinet-on-stand, circa 1680


Patek Philippe. 18k White Gold Ref. 570
Rolex. Ref. 6263 steel ‘Big Red’


'Serpenti' bracelet-watch, by Bulgari
Diamond ring; 7.46ct H colour VVS2 clarity rectangular-shaped diamond


A custom vert vertigo & bleu iris ostrich Sellier Kelly 28 with brushed gold hardware, 2019
A rare, matte white Himalaya niloticus crocodile Birkin 25 with palladium hardware, 2016

All items are available for immediate purchase. For further information visit christies.com