Clarke’s first auction of the New Year was a prosperous one with many exquisite fine art, furniture and decorative items selling above estimate to bidders around the world.
This extraordinary and large Roman micromosaic sold for $27,600 to a bidder on the floor, making it the highest selling lot of the auction.
A specimen marble top game table, expected to bring between $4,000-$6,000, brought a surprising $19,200 – more than 3 times the estimate.
Found in a local Scarsdale, NY attic, this old master oil on canvas brought $15,600 at auction.
A pair of antique jars, estimated to sell between $7,00-$1,000, sold to a phone bidder in the UK for $5,040.
Selling just below the high-end estimate, this Chinese carpet brought $5,760 on the day of the sale.
A beautifully executed work by British watercolorist, Walter Langley brought more than twice the estimate, selling for $7,800.
This set of 10 chairs by Mattaliano sold for $4,080, surpassing the presale estimate of $1,500-$2,500.
Despite the condition and reflected low estimate, an original Toulouse-Lautrec poster brought $5,520 to a bidder on the internet.
Falling right within Clarke’s presale estimate, this parlor set sold for $4,080.
Selling just above the high-end estimate, this Sterling service brought $3,360.