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Pictured: Robert Kime's treasures on display at Dreweatts including:<br />
A: Famille verte gu vases concert lamps sold for £7,000.<br />
B: Gilt mahogany four poster bed, possibly Chippendale, sold for £19,000.<br />
C: Three paintings sold for a total of £206,000.<br />
D A Victorian walnut armchair with an estimate of £1,000.<br />
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The treasures of a celebrated interior designer who counted King Charles as a client have sold for a staggering £6.7m.<br />
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Each room of the late Robert Kime's London flat was an Aladdin's cave of incredible pieces featuring important works of art, unusual historical items and beautiful furniture.<br />
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Kime was considered one of Britain's most important interior designers and had a knack for finding the best examples of whatever he was looking for.