Supreme Skate Deck Collection Sells for $800 K
A collection of privately-owned Supreme skate decks just recently cost Sotheby’s for a tremendous $800,000, simply $200,000 shy of the anticipated $1 million rate, making it the greatest quantity ever spent for a skate deck selection at auction. The toolbox consists of every Supreme deck every developed, amounting to 248 pieces.
The decks were made by Supreme in between 1998 and 2018, as the sale balanced more than $3,200 per skate deck. The variety was acquired by Vancouver collector Carson Guo.
The collection of Supreme decks was curated by Ryan Fuller and Ross Wilson for an exhibit entitled 20 Years of Supreme The skate decks consist of unusual styles like Louis Vuitton-monogrammed versions from 2000 and the total “The Last Dinner” set, in addition to extremely desired partnerships with artists such as George Apartment, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons and Takashi Murakami, to name a few.
According to Sotheby’s, purchaser Carson Guo will show the decks in a brand-new store opening in 2020.
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