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2-Piece Tiger Maple Highboy Brings $42,500 at Bunch Auctions, Leads Fine & Decorative Arts Auction Past $345,000

Ashley Suszczynski

William Bunch Auctions



CHADDS FORD, Pennsylvania (March 27, 2024) - 2-Piece Tiger Maple Highboy Brings $42,500 at Bunch Auctions, Leads Fine & Decorative Arts Auction Past $345,000.

William Bunch Auctions is thrilled to announce the outstanding success of its Fine & Decorative Arts auction held on March 26th. With an array of furniture of all ages and styles, fine art & sculpture, international silver, stunning jewelry and other treasures. The assemblage captivated bidders and achieved remarkable results, surpassing all expectations.

The highlight of the event was undoubtedly the sale of a remarkable 2-piece tiger maple highboy, which garnered an impressive $42,500. This exquisite piece riveted collectors with its impeccable craftsmanship and timeless elegance, setting the tone for a truly memorable auction for the record books.

The fine art department was led by a magnificent Warren Rohrer (American, 1927-1995) still life entitled “Pitcher of Apple Blossoms.” The oil on canvas sold for $10,000 before premiums.


Other fine art standouts included a Hermann Herzog (American, 1832-1932) landscape painting that sold for $9,000, a Thomas Worthington Whittredge (American, 1820-1910) miniature titled “"A Pic-Nic, Italy" that realized $6,000, and a Bo Barlett (American, b 1955) oil on board that realized $7,000.

Another noteworthy lot was the sale of a rare Chinese export silver lobed and handled bowl retailed by Wing Cheong, Hong Kong. The bowl fetched an impressive $7,000, reflecting the strong demand for exceptional pieces of Chinese silver craftsmanship.

Rare books & works on paper were a hot commodity, led by a first edition copy of the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave (Boston, 1845), which realized $12,500. The collective category of ~30 books brought over $40,000.

We eagerly anticipate bringing more exceptional pieces to the auction block in the future and continuing to exceed expectations in the world of art and antiques. William Bunch Auctions extends its sincere thanks to all bidders, consignors, and staff members whose contributions made this auction event a resounding success.

For more information about upcoming auctions and to view highlights from the March 26th auction, please visit


William Bunch Auctions is a premier auction house specializing in fine art, antiques, and collectibles. With a reputation for excellence and integrity, William Bunch Auctions offers a wide range of services to collectors, estates, and institutions, including appraisals, consignments, and auction events.


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