May 7, 2012 Auction Highlights

Dates: 02/29/2012


Joseph Floch. Oil on Canvas. Interior with 2 Female Figures.

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.


Theo Tobiasse. Oil on Canvas "Deux Hommes a Venise."

A beautiful oil by Theo Tobiasse brought $16,800, just over the high-end of the presale estimate.


Paul Evans Midcentury Slate Top Patchwork Cabinet.

Selling for $16,800, this Paul Evans cabinet brought more than twice than expected.


Jorge Zalszupin Midcentury Rosewood Credenza.

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.


George W. Adams and C.J. Vander Ltd. English Sterling Flatware Set.

An English flatware set realized $8,400 at auction, falling near the high end of Clarke’s $7,000-$9,000 presale estimate.


Outstanding Large Signed William Morris Vase.

Estimated to sell between $3,000-$5,000, this William Morris vase actually brought $8,400.


18th Century Petite Continental Decorated Commode.

An 18th c. Continental commode sold well above the $1,000-$1,500 auction estimate, bringing $4,080 at auction.


After Picasso. Lithograph. "Nature Morte a la Charlotte."

Numerous 20th century prints proved strong in this auction highlighted by a Picasso lithograph that brought $8,400.


Royal Doulton Porcelain Urn Signed George White.

A beautiful Royal Doulton porcelain urn by George White with a presale estimate of $3,000-$5,000 realized $7,200 on Monday evening.


Tiffany Studios Telescopic Desk Lamp.

Bringing $6,000, this Tiffany Studios desk lamp fell right with the $5,000-$7,000 auction estimate.