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Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore is Head of the Furniture and Works of Art department, responsible for the regular multi-disciplinary Home and Interiors sales at Knightsbridge, and also the multi-departmental Important Design sales at New Bond Street.

During his eight years at Bonhams, Thomas has played a major part in numerous successful auctions involving the sale of both furniture and sculpture. Particular recent highlights which featured in Important Design sales include; a George III mahogany hall settee, circa 1760, £173,000; a bronze of An Athlete Wrestling a Python by Sir Frederic Leighton (1830-96), £110,500; a monumental white marble figure of Diana the Huntress by Holme Cardwell (1813-95), £88,400; a Napoleon III gilt bronze mounted tortoiseshell, brass and pewter 'Boulle' marquetry meuble d'appui attributed to Charles-Guillaume Winckelsen, £67,500; and a George II carved walnut stool after a design by William Kent, circa 1730, £65,000.

Prior to Bonhams, he assisted as an intern in the Fine Furniture and Sculpture departments at Christie's King Street, before transferring to a role within the Furniture and Works of Art wing of the Interiors sales' team at South Kensington.

Thomas attended Rugby School, and graduated with a B.A. Combined Honours in 2003 from the University of Kent. In 2007, he completed an M.A. in the Fine and Decorative Arts at Christie's Education in London, passing the course with merit.