Iznik pottery charger, $9,600, Woodbury Auction
Gavels ‘n’ Paddles
Recent Auctions from Near & Far
By Ken Hall
An Iznik pottery charger sold for $9,600 at an Americana, Folk Art & Decorative Arts Auction held Apr. 21 by Woodbury Auction in Woodbury, Conn. Also, an early American red painted dry sink coasted to $3,009; a Queen Anne painted oval tea-top table went for $2,388; a painted and gilded wooden dressmaker’s sign hammered for $2,700; a possibly Native American hand-carved burl sold for $1,353; a primitive American red painted candle stand rose to $1,968; and a folk painted hobby horse made $861. Prices include a 17 percent buyer’s premium.