18th-century mantel clock. $150,000.
George II wing chair dates back to 1730. $50,000.
19th-century French "bureau à cylindre". $80,000
18th-century "Greenish-White Jade Dish" $100,000.
Dressing table made of tulipwood, satine, sycamore, and fruitwood. $50,000.
Cammode from 19th-century Paris. The mahogany and tulipwood piece, topped with marble. $15,000.
|Huguette Clark left no money to relatives and lived as a recluse in New York City hospitals until her death. Her palatial properties across the country sat unused for decades. The heiress had not visited Bellosguardo in Santa Barbara, California since the 1950s|