NEW YORK (FOX5NY) - Since 1959, The Four Seasons Restaurant has been the dining spot of choice for the world's power brokers and now you can own a piece of this New York landmark.
Designed by world renowned architects Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, the restaurant has hosted a who's who in the world's of fashion, finance, media and more and Co-owner Julian Niccolini has been here to greet them for decades.
But after losing its lease, the restaurant has been forced to relocate and is now liquidating the furnishings that were used by boldfaced names. Richard Wright, founder of Wright auction house is orchestrating the sale.
Deals have been brokered at these tables. And many a wedding has been celebrated in these rooms. But beyond the sentimental value of the items, many of them stand on their own as significant pieces of design, with some even making it into the permanent collection of the museum of modern art.
From place settings and serving bowls to tables and chairs there's something here for everyone.
The auction will take place at the restaurant on Tuesday morning. For tickets or to bid online just go to Wright20.com.