Numerous Tiffany Studios lots were feature in Clarke’s April 15th auction, but this chandelier illuminated the sale, realizing $102,000 on Sunday afternoon.
Another Tiffany Studios piece drew excitement on the floor, selling above estimate at $9,600.
A magnificent Tiffany & Co. Sterling tea set also drove the sale, bringing $49,200 at auction.
Selling for $10,800, this beautiful Tiffany & Co. tureen brought more than expected.
From the same estate as the Tiffany chandelier, a French day bed by Rhulmann, sold for $18,000 while a Rhulmann armoire brought $9,000.
Bringing $5,760 on April 15th, this C. Faure Vase sold at the high-end of the presale estimate.
An oil on canvas landscape attributed to Andre Derain sold above the $2000-$3000 auction estimate at $4,080.
Selling for $4,080, this Regency table brought more than twice the presale estimate.
Clarke consistently finds success with midcentury modern pieces. This pair of Robs John Gibbings stands, estimated to bring between $1,000-$1,500 actually sold for $3,400.