Sotheby's concluded Americana Week with an impressive combined sales total of $18.9 million. Property from the Collection of Irvin & Anita Schorsch achieved 'white-glove' status with a 100% sell-through rate and exceeded its pre-sale high estimate of $10.2 million. A weathervane depicting the Angel Gabriel from The American Folk Art Collection of Stephen and Petra Levin sold for $1.3 million, the top lot price sold during Americana Week. Important Americana realized a strong $3.6 million across a wide range of American fine and decorative arts.


The living room at Hidden Glen Farms, including an important Chippendale carved mahogany easy chair, Philadelphia, circa 1760
Lot Sold: 322,000 USD
The living room in the Levin residence in Stowe, Vermont

Auctions

Property from the Collection of Irvin & Anita Schorsch
20 - 22 January
Sale Total: 10,262,129 USD

Important Americana
22 - 24 January
Sale Total: 3,569,439 USD

American Beauty: The American Folk Art Collection of Stephen and Petra Levin, Part I
23 January
Sale Total: 5,104,500 USD