RESULTS | Christie’s Design Sale Achieves $6.7 Million
New York— The 13 December Design auction totaled $6,704,375 with the top lot being Rare Longcase Clock, circa 1900 by Adolf Loos, which sold for $447,000 against a pre-sale high estimate of $200,000, setting an auction record for the artist.
The live sale included works of iconic design from the 19th – 21st century with outstanding results in a group of early 20th century Austrian Art Deco works. Additional outstanding results were achieved for Koloman Moser’s Rare Mantel Clock, model no. S 771, 1907-1908, which realized $411,000 and achieved a design auction record for the artist. Works that also set an artist’s auction record included Christopher Dresser’s Rare and Important Teapot, circa 1879, which sold for $399,000 and Judy Kensley Mckie’s Two ‘Jaguar’ Benches, 1992, which sold for $375,000.
- Adolf Loos
- CHRISTOPHER DRESSER
- James Dixon & Sons
- Johannes Heeg
- Judy Kensley McKie
- Koloman Moser’s
- Decorative Arts
- Watches & Clocks
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