Picking has been great this month for the Clarke appraisal team. They have managed once again to put together what -- in the humble opinion of Irish owner and founder, Ronan Clarke – is one of the most diverse and exciting auction offerings in the New York area this month.
While Sotheby’s, Doyle’s, Christy’s, etc. all have great art sales this month, Clarke not only has great art but also a diverse and eclectic mix of midcentury modern, silver, porcelain, rugs, continental furniture and collectibles.
It seems lately that Clarke has a Tiffany lamp in every sale and this time there are no fewer than 8, all coming from a single owner collector from Park Avenue, NYC. Rounding off this sale are porcelains -- highlighted by a very large Doulton vase painted by George White – a large collection of Asian ivories; two beautiful handmade Persian carpets, one rare and signed; Baccarat, bronzes and much more.
Remarks owner Ronan Clarke “our growth and diversity every month shows not only how good the Clarke team is, but also how more and more people are comfortable to use our services. Bring a group of friends to Clarke for a great night out, only 20 minutes from midtown Manhattan, and right next to two great restaurants.”