Midcentury modern and estate fresh jewelry stole the show on September 30th, with many lots selling at unforeseen prices, creating a stir among the crowd.
The top lot of the night at $20,400 was a sleek George Nakashima dining table, selling for more than $5,000 above the estimate.
A stunning Victorian jewelry set from a local Scarsdale, NY estate realized $16,800 on Sunday afternoon, selling to an in-house bidder.
Selling for $14,400 to a telephone bidder, this Tiffany oak leaf and acorn shade fell just shy of this high-end estimate.
Clarke’s regular Asian antique buyers keep the prices up for Chinese pieces. These 3 plaques sold for an unexpected $15,600 to a bidder in China.
Falling within the $10,000-$15,000 presale estimate, this silver tea set brought $13,200.
A beautiful Steinway baby grand piano sold for $6,600, just below the high-end of the estimate.
This magnificent Chatelaine well exceeded expectations, selling for a surprising $13,200.
Bringing $9,600 to a bidder on the internet this Wegner “Papa Bear” chair sold for nearly ten times the anticipated amount.
Estimated to sell between $600-$900, these sconces actually realized $5,040 the day of the auction.
A reverse glass painting by Croatian artist Krsto Hegedusic sold to a phone bidder in Croatia for $3,480.