Sotheby’s auction dedicated to masterworks of Tiffany & Prewar Design from The Warshawsky Collection totaled $7,951,125 yesterday in New York, with an exceptional 98.6% of all lots sold (sale estimate $5.3/7.9 million). Jodi Pollack, Head of Sotheby’s 20th Century Design Department in New York, commented: “Our outstanding sale results are a testament to the extraordinary eye and connoisseurship of Roy Warshawsky. It has been an absolute privilege to present his visionary collection at Sotheby’s, including the most quintessential offering of Tiffany to appear at auction in decades. We saw intense competition at all price points from established American collectors as well as international clients new to Sotheby’s and new to our field, with multiple of the sale’s top works purchased by Asian collectors.” • Fierce demand for the collection’s many treasures drove

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