The Important Mobilier, Sculptures et Objets d'Art auction achieved a total of €3,903,675.
Among the major lots on offer was a fine pair of large Louis XV gilt-bronze wall lights, purchased by the Château de Versailles for €385,500, the highest price in the auction.
An ebonised, ebony, gilt-brass and tortoiseshell marquetry bookcase from the 19th century sold for €271,500, almost ten times its high estimate.
The upcoming Decorative Arts, Furniture and Sculpture auction will take place at the Galerie Charpentier in Paris on 14 May 2014.
Highlights of this sale include a fine Louis XV gilt-bronze mounted Kangxi porcelain pot-pourri vase and a pair of Louis XVI mermaid wall-lights. In addition is a fine selection of sculpture including a French Renaissance terracotta Virgin and Child, attributed to Gervais Ier Delabarre; an ensemble of Renaissance bronzes and a selection of French and Italian works from a French private collection, including a bust of Flora by Benoît Massou.