Capo Auction wraps up 7th year on a high note

Tolla Inbar (German/Israeli, born 1958), ‘Aspiration Duo,’ 1999, bronze, 7 feet 5 inches high, Price realized: $6,875. Capo Auction image

NEW YORK – Capo Auction Fine Art and Antiques just celebrated their seven-year anniversary with their most successful auction of the last two years in November and continued that momentum at their year-end auction on Dec. 16 with a varied selection of decorative items taking the lead. Absentee and Internet live bidding was available through LiveAuctioneers.

A bronze sculpture titled Aspiration Duo (above) by Tolla Inbar (German/Israeli, born 1958) sold for $6,875. The work was signed “Tolla” and dated “99.”

Two Zuber wallpaper panels of Orientalist scenes (below) went for $6,000.

Two Zuber wallpaper panels, Orientalist scenes, figures in landscapes, each panel 79in. x 62in. Price realized: $6,000. Capo Auction image

A pair of 33-inch-tall bronze candelabra from the 19th century having elaborate scroll and acanthus leaf decoration and with figures and dolphins sold for $2,625.

Pair of bronze candelabra, 19th century, rococo-style 10-light candelabra with elaborate scroll and acanthus leaf decoration, and with figures and dolphins. Height, 33in. x 16in. Price realized: $2,625. Capo Auction image

Capo Auction featured two large Gorham sterling silver flatware services, both in the Crown Baroque pattern. Each of the sets sold for $4,062.

Gorham Crown Baroque sterling flatware service, 19 dinner knives, 19 dinner forks, 20 salad forks, 20 table spoons, 28 teaspoons, nine butter spreaders, six serving spoons, three meat serving forks, and a few extra pieces, total 6,174 grams, weighable. Price realized: $4,062. Capo Auction image

A small Faberge silver rabbit figure sold for $1,125 and a 16-inch Tiffany Favrile glass vase numbered 5650 on the bottom brought $1,250.

Faberge silver rabbit figure, marked 84 and Faberge and with a double-headed eagle, garnet eyes, 2 1/2in. high x 4 1/4in. long, 150 grams. Price realized: $1,125. Capo Auction image

Furniture highlights included a Danish Modern desk that sold for $5,312 and a Chinese Huanghuali low table (below) that made $4,687.

Chinese Huanghuali low table, rectangular top with cross-banded edge above a carved frieze, on elephant trunk legs, 22in. high x 24in. wide x 32in. deep. Price realized: $4,687. Capo Auction image

For details contact Capo Auction at 718-433-3710.