The Manor House At Clifton Hampden The Home Of Christopher Gibbs Esq. - 25 & 26 September 2000 Christie's

[475] pp.

802 lots

Christie's

2000

10 1/2" x 8 1/2"

Christopher Henry Gibbs (29 July 1938 – 28 July 2018) was a British antiques dealer and collector who was also an influential figure in men's fashion and interior design in 1960s London. He has been credited with inventing Swinging London, and has been called the "King of Chelsea" and "London's most famous antiques dealer". The New York Times described him as a "man of infinite taste, judgment and experience, the one who introduced a whole generation to the distressed bohemian style of interior design.

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