Ron Clarke and his team of appraisers highlight several dozen items coming up for auction on Sunday December 9 at 2 PM
Midcentury modern, period antiques and decorative arts, and contemporary and modern fine art carried Clarke’s November auction with numerous lots exceeding expectations. The highest selling lot of the sale was a 1969 Paul Evans server that realized $25,200, more than twice the low-end estimate. An 18th century tazza brought a surprising $13,200 on [...]
Owner Ron Clarke, and Appraisers Nelia Moore and Bruce Anderson showcase some of the items coming up for sale on October 21, 2012 at 2 PM at the Clarke Auction Gallery in Larchmont, NY. Antiques, mid-century, Asian, Paintings & Sculpture – – hundreds of items will be sold of many different types and styles.
Midcentury modern and estate fresh jewelry stole the show on September 30th, with many lots selling at unforeseen prices, creating a stir among the crowd. The top lot of the night at $20,400 was a sleek George Nakashima dining table, selling for more than $5,000 above the estimate. A stunning Victorian jewelry set from a local Scarsdale, [...]
Items from the upcoming 30 September 2012 Auction are shown by Clarke Auction Gallery owner Ronan Clarke and appraisers Bruce Anderson, Nelia Moore and Whitney Bria. Antiques, mid century, dozens of unique and valuable paintings, sculpture, Asian items and one-of-a-kind pieces are shown.
Clarke’s first auction of the fall art and antiques season was a great success with an eclectic mix of items and high-selling lots throughout each aspect of the sale. These Meissen pate sur pate vases sold for $13,200, more than doubling the high end of the $3,000-$5,000 estimate. Bringing $7,800 on [...]
Owner, Ron Clarke and Fine Art Appraiser, Nelia Moore profile many of the extraordinary lots coming up for sale on September 10th at 5:30 EST at Clarke Auction Gallery in Larchmont, NY. Dozens of fine pieces of furniture, many fine paintings, sculpture, mid-century items, along with Asian, silver, and unique items not to be found anywhere else.
Pictured (clockwise from top left): This exquisitely carved camel-form table sold for a surprising $4,080 at auction; This pair of gilt bronze gates sold for $3,240; This lot of sterling candlesticks brought more than anticipated, selling for $2,160; A letter from Napoleon Bonaparte paired with a Letter from Josephine Bonaparte with accompanying engravings sold for an unexpected $3,240; These three midcentury modern tables were bid up to $3,000; This Tiffany postal scale brought $2,040; A large oil by Hans Herrmann brought $3,360; Bringing $2,280, this silver tray by Jewish silversmith, Naphtali Hart above estimate; A Renaissance revival secrétaire à abattant brought $2,040 the night of the auction; Achieving $2,880 at auction, this midcentury desk sold to a bidder on the auction floor.
Clarke Auction Gallery owner Ron Clarke, Appraiser Bruce Anderson and Fine Art Appraiser Nelia Moore point out items of interest that come up for sale Monday August 13 at 5:30 PM. Dozens of great paintings, mid-century and antique furniture, one-of-a-kind antiques, and beautiful sculpture, rugs and furnishings are offered.
Selling for $7,800 this Chinese plaque brought more than the presale estimate; a beautiful KPM plaque achieved $5,760 at auction; this pair of F. Barbedienne Candelabra actually brought $5,040; An unsigned Silverplate Hawk peaked interest selling at a surprising $3,240; this etching by Rembrandt sold for $2,280; two 19th Century French Boulle pieces brought a combined $3,360; bringing $7,200 on auction night, these sconces sold for more than twice the estimate; this Lalique vase brought $3,000; a box with zodiac & elements motif sold for $1,800; this beautiful platinum and diamond ring brought $2,040.