Fairfield Auction is one of the premier estate auction galleries in New England, specializing in antiques and fine art. Owners Jack and Rosie DeStories have served individuals and estates in the since 1988, handling over $50,000,000 of antiques and fine art and serving over 12,000 consignors. In May 2008, they achieved an astonishing $2,185,000 for a Tlingit warrior's helmet- the highest price ever achieved for an antique in New England. They also garnered national headlines in 2009 with the sale of a Sheldon Peck portrait for $241,000 and in 2005 with the sale of the Michael Martucci collection of Tiffany glass which grossed over $350,000. In 2004 the sale of a centaur weathervane for $253,000 (then, the third highest price for a weathervane) helped establish Fairfield Auction as a leader in the industry.
Fairfield Auction maintains a staff of consultants in various areas of expertise to ensure that all items are properly estimated, cataloged and promoted. Additionally, all auctions are well staffed to better serve our buyers.
We strive to be your first choice in the disposition of antiques and fine art. It is our belief that a properly planned, promoted, and presented auction will result in the best possible results for our consignors. Our location exposes consignments to some of the most affluent buyers in the country in Fairfield and Westchester counties, as well as Manhattan, and greater New England. Our presence in the national trade publications and the world wide web extend our reach to literally millions of collectors, dealers, and institutions world-wide.