Kamelot Auctions in the US held their annual architectural salvage auction last Saturday (24 April 2010) consisting of 757 lots.
Lot 10: A lifesize marble garden statue of a young woman watering flowers circa 1860 estimated at $ 6,000/$ 8,000, sold for $ 8,750.
Lot 145: A pair of antique Continental Neoclassical cast lead garden urns with rams heads and vitruvian scroll circa 1850, raised on socle and stepped base. The high bidder must take both, therefore the final purchase price will be two times the hammer price. Estimated at $ 2,000/$ 3,000, sold for $ 5,750 each.
Lot 263: A very fine antique bronze clad cast iron garden urn attributed to Colebrookdale circa 1870. With winged dragon form handles and an ornate fluted top over an acanthus leaf garland. Estimated at $ 3,000/$ 5,000 and sold for $ 5,750.00.