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Another Wonderful Sale at Locati




This auction featured nearly 500 lots from Philadelphia, Bucks County, Maryland, and New Jersey estates & collections. The auction’s top-selling lot was 62, an empire bronze figural candelabrum by Pierre Philippe sold for $5,500. Lot 61, a Charles X Marquetry inlaid birch side table, peaked a lot of interest with over 40 bids which sold for $3,800. Another highlight from the auction is lot 388, Salvador Dali’s The Persistence of Memory sold for $4,300. "This was a wonderful sale to put together", commented Co-Owner Michael Locati. Locati had a successful turnout with many live bidders coming in person to participate. Locati offers multiple online and in-person bidding options to provide bidders with several ways to place secure, real-time bids on the items of interest.


Highlights include:


Lot 61: Charles X Marquetry Inlaid Birch Side Table $3,800 (Furniture)

Lot 62: Empire Bronze Figural Candelabrum, Pierre Philippe $5,500 (Decorative Arts)

Lot 72: Walter Stuempfig (1914 - 1970) Oil On Canvas $2,100 (Fine Art)

Lot 201: Seven Piece Lot Of John Hardy Necklace Earring Ring $2,600 (Jewelry)

Lot 318: George I Style Burl Walnut Secretary Bookcase $1,400 (Furniture)

Lot 388: Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989) Persistence Of Memory $4,300 (Mid Century)

Lot 431: Peter Q. Libbey Polychromed Carved Eagle Ship's Stern Board $2,400 (American)


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