Harringtons Lifestyle Auction, an auction event for unique furniture and vintage collectibles, will put close to 300 lots under the hammer during “Uncover the Unique” on Feb. 24.
“We chose this title because there are a lot of unique pieces that will be part of this auction. [We have] sourced items from different parts of the world and brought [them] to the Philippines so that we can offer something unique to our bidders,” said general manager Cila Chua.
Among the items that will be auctioned off are an illustration titled “Mangaawit” by Manny Garibay and an Abstract metal rose gold sculpture by National Artist Arturo Luz. Other sought-after local artists that will be featured in the auction are National Artist Vicente Manansala, Onib Olmedo, Cesar Buenaventura, and Rene Robles to name a few.
To join a Harringtons auction, bidders may fill up a registration form or call the Harringtons Showroom for further arrangements. For the latter, bidders will be given a registration form, which will be sent through e-mail if the bidder will not be able to visit the showroom. Harringtons also accepts absentee biddings and phone biddings as per request of the bidders. Bidders are expected to pay a P5,000 refundable bidders deposit, which can be either refunded or may be deducted from their payable. Winning bidders can claim their items at the Harringtons Showroom after payment has been settled within seven days. Harringtons also accepts consignments from local and international consignors.
The Harringtons Showroom is located inside the HMR Compound at Km 21 East Service Road, South Super Highway Sucat, Muntinlupa City. To know more about Harringtons, call (02) 548-6986 or visit hmr.ph or follow Harringtons Lifestyle Auction and Showroom on Facebook.
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