Tommy Hilfiger Auctions Off His Old Decor
Now you can get your hands on Tommy's home decor castoffs. Items from his estate will be sold at Vintage Galleries in Greenwich, Connecticut on September 26. It is just the fifth auction for Vintage Galleries, which held its inaugural sale last September. According to Auction Central News, the fledgling auction house got the gig because Hilfiger frequents a neighboring store, the Greenwich Living Antique & Design Center. Hilfiger has an eye for quality antiques. The auction will include around 500 items ranging from vintage luggage to custom wooden Balinese furniture designed by Hilfiger. The prices are relatively modest, you can pick up most of the objects and art for under $1,000. Certain pieces including a French provincial hutch, an antique armoire and a pair of green painted and upholstered chairs in the style of Louis XVI are estimated to sell in the low four figures.