As New York welcomes Asia week in March, Clarke Auction proves the that Chinese market is still strong with the $19,200 sale of these Rose Medallion palace urns, estimated to bring $5,000-$7,000.
A set of 14 antique hand painted Meissen plates, offered with a $300-$500 estimate, sold to a bidder on the floor for $2,640.
This unusual Tiffany & Co. frog motif vase, fresh out of a Rye, NY estate, brought 20 times the high-end of the estimate, selling for an astonishing $18,000 to a bidder on the phone.
An ominous and atypical oil by American illustrator Theodor Haupt brought $11,400, greatly exceeding the $600-$900 presale estimate.
This Tommi Parzinger console table sold for $6,600, more than twice the high-end estimate, to a phone bidder in Florida.
A vintage Louis Vuitton trunk, offered with an $800-$1,200 estimate, brought a surprising $6,000 at auction.
Estimated to bring between $1,000-$1,500, this set of Chinese chairs sold to a bidder on the internet in California for $13,200 on Sunday afternoon.
Bringing $6,600, a stunning and luminous Harry Raymond Henry oil sold just above the high-end estimate to a happy in-house bidder.
Selling for $5,760, this Herman Miller bedroom set brought more than 3 times the expected price.
A beautiful wood block print by Gustave Baumann from a home in Bronxville, NY sold for $5,520 to a bidder on the phone, exceeding the presale estimate.