Fans of Marc Jacobs now have the chance to bring more of his style into their home, with the American fashion designer selling items from his personal art and dĂ©cor collection.
Jacobs is selling off various furniture items and art pieces via Sothebyâ€™s Home ahead of his move from New York City to a home in Westchester County.
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— Sotheby's Home (@SothebysHome) January 24, 2020
Among the unusual collection of items for sale are a $395 lobster candle holder, a $495 sheep sculpture, and two $12,995 upholstered fauteuils.
Jacobs also sold a number of paintings and artworks from his Greenwich Village townhouse at the end of 2019.
The designer is moving into a Frank Lloyd Wright home known as the Max Hoffman House in Rye, New York.
He revealed the motivation behind selling off the items in an interview with Sothebyâ€™s last year.
â€śIâ€™m not Marie Kondo,â€ť he said. â€śI didnâ€™t decide everything must go.â€¦When you move into a Frank Lloyd Wright house, there isnâ€™t a lot of wall space and you canâ€™t hang a lot of paintings.
â€śAs much as I will have a difficult time parting with them, I just felt itâ€™s time to give myself this window to start again.â€ť