A reflection of the strong Chinese antique market, 2 jade bowls estimated at only $400-$600 realized $15,600 at auction.
With a presale estimate of $2,000-$3,000, a magnificent antique carpet quadrupled the estimate, bringing $12,000 the day of the sale.
A large unsigned oil of Samson and Delilah sold at the high end of the $4,000-$6,000 auction estimate.
Selling for $4,560, an impressive pair of marquetry inlaid cabinets surpassed the expected $2,500-$3,500.
A Paul Evans mid century coffee table sold for $3,840, more than twice the $1,000-$1,500 estimate.
Just shy of the high end of the $3,000-$4,000 presale estimate, a possibly Gorham tea set sold for $3,840.
A fine signed Islamic-style decorated bowl brought much more than expected, selling for $3,480 at auction.
Estimated at $600-$900, a Patek Philippe Naviquartz actually realized $2,520.
Discovered at charity appraisal day, this William Hunt Diederich charger sold for $2,280 at the November 20th auction.
*Realized prices include buyer’s premium