Dessert and cards, anyone??
The Sotheby’s Auction, A Celebration of the English Country House [Sale No 8625], I mentioned in my previous post took place today [April 15, 2010] and you can view the results here.
Sale Total: 3,035,376 USD* [so far: session 2 is still ongoing] [see below for update]
a few samplings:
Lot 2: A DERBY PORCELAIN BOTANICAL PART DESSERT SERVICE, CIRCA 1800
Lot Sold. Hammer Price with Buyer’s Premium: 10,000 USD
Lot 21: A FINE GEORGE III INLAID TULIPWOOD AND MAHOGANY CARD TABLE IN THE MANNER OF THOMAS CHIPPENDALE, CIRCA 1775
Lot Sold. Hammer Price with Buyer’s Premium: 43,750 USD
See the Sotheby’s website for the complete catalogue and ongoing results…
LOT 256: A GEORGE III SILVER LARGE INKSTAND FROM THE WAR OFFICE, ROBERT & SAMUEL HENNELL, LONDON, 1805
Lot Sold. Hammer Price with Buyer’s Premium: 17,500 USD
[Posted by Deb]
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