A charming oil by Angel Botello was the top lot of the night, bringing $24,000.
Estimated to sell between $10,000 to $15,000, this bronze by MacMonnies fell just short of the high-end, bringing $14,400 at auction.
This beautifully carved Baroque style dining set sold for $7,800, exceeding the $4,000-$6,000 auction estimate.
Selling for more than twice the low-end of the pre-sale estimate, a Tiffany Studios lamp realized $10,200.
Asian antiques are still hot in today’s market; this lot of Asian lamps sold for $10,200 greatly surpassing the $300-$500 estimate.
A beautifully executed oil in original condition by William Holbrook Beard also brought more than the expected $4,000-$6,000 estimate, selling for $9,000 the night of the sale.
Falling within Clarke’s $5,000-$7,00o estimate, this Steinway baby grand brought $6,600.
One of numerous fine items from an Old Brookville, Long Island, New York estate, this E.F. Caldwell lamp brought $9,000 at auction.
Consistently strong at Clarke are midcentury modern pieces; this midcentury sofa realized $3,840.