Hindman sets new world auction record for Andrew Clemens sand bottle

Hindman sets new world auction record for Andrew Clemens sand bottle

On September 30, Hindman Auctions realized over $2.1 million in its American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts Auction. The sale set a new world auction record for an Andrew Clemens sand bottle, which shattered its presale estimate and sold for $956,000. Offered with an estimate of $100,000-150,000, the sand bottle received heated bidding activity with 64 bids being placed over a six-minute period from $70,000 to the final sale price. Property from the Collection of Dr. James Dawson, (Manchester, Kentucky), the Dean Lower Estate (Lanark, Illinois) and the Estate of Paul Thomas Griffith (Dayton, Ohio) saw fantastic bidding engagement and led to Hindman’s most successful American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts auction. With over 1,000 bidders participating and 39
On September 30, Hindman Auctions realized over $2.1 million in its American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts Auction. The sale set a new world auction record for an Andrew Clemens sand bottle, which shattered its presale estimate and sold for $956,000. Offered with an estimate of $100,000-150,000, the sand bottle received heated bidding activity with 64 bids being placed over a six-minute period from $70,000 to the final sale price. Property from the Collection of Dr. James Dawson, (Manchester, Kentucky), the Dean Lower Estate (Lanark, Illinois) and the Estate of Paul Thomas Griffith (Dayton, Ohio) saw fantastic bidding engagement and led to Hindman’s most successful American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts auction. With over 1,000 bidders participating and 39