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Smith & Singer

Invaluable Seller since 2010

Smith & Singer, formerly Sotheby’s Australia, is the market-leading auction house for the sale of important Australian and international art and jewels in Australia. First established as Sotheby’s Australia in 1983, the company regularly conducts specialty auctions in Fine Art and Jewellery and caters to an unrivalled cosmopolitan clientele.

Smith & Singer consistently sets international records and conducts individual auctions that garner millions for the superlative collections offered. Recent notable sales in Fine Art include Fred Williams' Mountain Creek, Mount Kosciusko (1976) for $1,708,000 (over $500,000 above its high estimate), Howard Arkley's Neapolitan Delight 1993, which realised $1,464,000 ¬ (against a high estimate of $1,000,000), and William Dobell's The Dead Landlord (1936), which set a record for the artist when it achieved $1,220,000. Strong recent results for Jewellery include an 11.90 carat round brilliant-cut diamond and platinum ring selling for $329,400, a 15.27 carat, brilliant-cut diamond ring achieving $176,900 and an 18ct gold and diamond 'Grande Marguerite' brooch by Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1960 selling for $122,000.

Services & Staff

Smith & Singer is comprised of two market-leading departments – Australian and International Art and Jewels – which conduct multiple specialty sales throughout the year, in both Melbourne and Sydney.

Smith & Singer offers complimentary initial walk-throughs and preliminary reviews of estates, individual items, and photographs of items, in multiple locations. For more information, reference their website, here.

Smith & Singer produces illustrious catalogues, which may be purchased online. Additionally, catalogues of both past and upcoming auctions are available for online perusal.

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Smith & Singer features an exhaustive website, with comprehensive galleries, videos, blogs, press releases, and much more. Additionally, one may subscribe to their newsletter, follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

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30 Queen Street Woollahra

Sydney, Australia

+ 2 more locations

Upcoming Auctions from Smith & Singer (1)

accepting bids

Important Jewels & Watches

May 7, 2024 6:30 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia



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About Smith & Singer

Biography

Smith & Singer, formerly Sotheby’s Australia, is the market-leading auction house for the sale of important Australian and international art and jewels in Australia. First established as Sotheby’s Australia in 1983, the company regularly conducts specialty auctions in Fine Art and Jewellery and caters to an unrivalled cosmopolitan clientele.

Smith & Singer consistently sets international records and conducts individual auctions that garner millions for the superlative collections offered. Recent notable sales in Fine Art include Fred Williams' Mountain Creek, Mount Kosciusko (1976) for $1,708,000 (over $500,000 above its high estimate), Howard Arkley's Neapolitan Delight 1993, which realised $1,464,000 ¬ (against a high estimate of $1,000,000), and William Dobell's The Dead Landlord (1936), which set a record for the artist when it achieved $1,220,000. Strong recent results for Jewellery include an 11.90 carat round brilliant-cut diamond and platinum ring selling for $329,400, a 15.27 carat, brilliant-cut diamond ring achieving $176,900 and an 18ct gold and diamond 'Grande Marguerite' brooch by Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1960 selling for $122,000.

Services & Staff

Smith & Singer is comprised of two market-leading departments – Australian and International Art and Jewels – which conduct multiple specialty sales throughout the year, in both Melbourne and Sydney.

Smith & Singer offers complimentary initial walk-throughs and preliminary reviews of estates, individual items, and photographs of items, in multiple locations. For more information, reference their website, here.

Smith & Singer produces illustrious catalogues, which may be purchased online. Additionally, catalogues of both past and upcoming auctions are available for online perusal.

Follow Them Online

Smith & Singer features an exhaustive website, with comprehensive galleries, videos, blogs, press releases, and much more. Additionally, one may subscribe to their newsletter, follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

Past Auctions from Smith & Singer

04/17/24

Important Australian Art

Sydney, Australia
12/06/23

Important Jewels and Watches

Sydney, Australia
11/21/23

Important Australian Art

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
09/19/23

Sidney Nolan: Property Formerly from the Collection of Lord McAlpine

Sydney, Australia
09/05/23

Important Jewels & Watches

Sydney, Australia
08/23/23

Important Australian Art

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
05/09/23

Important Jewels & Watches

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
05/02/23

Important Australian & International Art

Sydney, Australia
12/07/22

Important Jewels, Watches and Medals (including the Estate of the Late Murray Rose)

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
11/16/22

Important Australian Art

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
08/24/22

Important Australian Art

Sydney, Australia
08/03/22

Important Jewels & Watches

Sydney, Australia
04/12/22

Important Australian Art

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
03/24/22

Important Jewels, Watches & Objects of Virtu

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
12/06/21

Important Jewels, Watches & Objects of Virtu

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
11/16/21

Important Australian Art

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
09/29/21

Important Jewels, Watches and Objects of Virtu

WOOLLAHRA, Australia
05/13/21

BANKSY: Love Is In The Air (2003)

Sydney, Australia
05/12/21

Important Jewels, Watches & Objects of Virtu

Sydney, Australia
04/20/21

Important Australian & International Art

WOOLLAHRA, Australia