As the highest grossing lot of the night, this oil by Joseph Floch doubled the high estimate selling for $24,000 to a bidder in the artist’s hometown of Vienna, Austria.
A beautiful oil by Theo Tobiasse brought $16,800, just over the high-end of the presale estimate.
Selling for $16,800, this Paul Evans cabinet brought more than twice than expected.
Another midcentury piece, this Jorge Zalszupin credenza, sold for $10,800, also more than estimated, reaffirming that midcentury modern is still highly desirable in today’s market.
An English flatware set realized $8,400 at auction, falling near the high end of Clarke’s $7,000-$9,000 presale estimate.
Estimated to sell between $3,000-$5,000, this William Morris vase actually brought $8,400.
An 18th c. Continental commode sold well above the $1,000-$1,500 auction estimate, bringing $4,080 at auction.
Numerous 20th century prints proved strong in this auction highlighted by a Picasso lithograph that brought $8,400.
A beautiful Royal Doulton porcelain urn by George White with a presale estimate of $3,000-$5,000 realized $7,200 on Monday evening.
Bringing $6,000, this Tiffany Studios desk lamp fell right with the $5,000-$7,000 auction estimate.