Consignments included around 25 lots of predominantly English furniture from a Park Avenue private collection.
Among them was a pair of 3ft 6in (1.06m) wide satinwood banded rosewood side cabinets from c.1810 each fitted with a pair of grillework doors opening to a single shelf. In overall good restored condition, with some small patches and losses and the brass grillework loose, they had been estimated at $3000-5000 and ended up making $13,000 (£11,505).
From another property and also guided at $3000-5000 came a Regency gilt bronze chandelier in Neo-classical style, 3ft (91cm) high x 2ft 8in (81cm) in diameter, and described as in overall good condition. It took $11,000 (£9735).