Consigning works to Wright is straightforward and easy. We have multiple venues for selling your property—from auction to retail or private sale—and we are happy to provide a free evaluation of your items at any time. Contact us today!

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Consigning from Start to Finish

1. Submit images

Email images of your property to Wright specialists and receive an evaluation within 72 hours

2. Ship works

Items accepted can be sent to Wright at any time prior to the consignment deadline

3. Marketing

Wright will photograph and market the works to our audience and new markets

4. Receive payment

After a sale, Wright will send you payment via the method of your choice

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The perfect auction starts with the perfect consignment.

Richard Wright

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The only auction house dedicated to art and design of the 20th and 21st century. Wright is unique in the industry. Market expertise, innovation and a point of view allow us to stand apart in the industry. We have built markets for established and previously unknown artists alike; we explore new areas of collecting; celebrate the visions of collectors; and foster the legacy of artists and designers.

Wright hosts many art and design auctions throughout the year as well as several specialty sales each season. We are ALWAYS accepting consignments and we ALWAYS have the appropriate venue for the sale of your items.

Modern Design
Contemporary Design
Scandinavian Design
American Design
Italian Glass

20th Century Art
Contemporary Art
Prints & Multiples
Important Italian Glass
And more...

Our Areas of Expertise:


From prints and multiples to paintings and sculpture, Wright celebrates art of the 20th and 21st century with museum-like treatment at all price points appealing to the entire market.


Committed to the most influential designers of the 20th century, our sales traverse the globe to present classic and iconic designs alongside rare and unique works. We have several highly-anticipated sales each season as well as sales dedicated to works from specific regions, such as American and Scandinavian Design.

Important Italian Glass

For more than half a decade, Wright has worked with Sara Blumberg and Jim Oliviera, the preeminent experts of the field, to curate auctions of the most desirable works of 20th century Murano glass. Our sales are the best in the industry and achieve record prices.

Single-Owner Sales and Special Sections

The vision of the collector often adds an element of intrigue and desire to the objects offered; Wright recognizes and highlights the connection between collector and the works they collect with entire auctions or sections within sales. 

Unique Collections or Single-Artist Auctions

From an auction of Berkel Meat Slicers to the sale of interior furnishings and tableware of The Four Seasons or auctions dedicated to single artists or designers, Wright excels at telling the story that makes a work valuable.

Record Results at Wright

Thomas Stearns

La Sentinella di Venezia
estimate: $300,000–500,000
result: $737,000

Pierre Koenig

Case Study House #21
estimate: $2,500,000–3,500,000
result: $3,185,600

Enrico Castellani

Superficie bianca
estimate: $600,000–800,000
result: $917,000

Ruth Asawa

Untitled (S.386, Hanging, Five-Lobed, Multi-Layered, Interlocking Continuous Form Within a Form with Two Interior Spheres)
estimate: $700,000–900,000
result: $905,000

Isamu Noguchi

Important and Unique Dining Table for Mr. & Mrs. Milton Greene
estimate: $1,000,000–1,500,000
result: $1,653,000

Pablo Picasso

Buste de Femme
estimate: $700,000–900,000
result: $746,500

Josef Albers

estimate: $200,000–300,000
result: $557,000

Marc Newson

Important and unique desk from Syn Studios, Tokyo
estimate: $200,000–300,000
result: $515,000

Harry Bertoia

untitled (Multi-Plane Construction)
estimate: $500,000–700,000
result: $420,000

Gio Ponti

Room from the 9th Triennale of Milan 1951
estimate: $300,000–400,000
result: $324,000

Pierre Jeanneret

pair of lounge chairs from Punjab University, Chandigarh
estimate: $30,000–50,000
result: $179,000

Ercole Barovier

Important Mosaico vase
estimate: $150,000–200,000
result: $257,000

Paul Evans

Exceptional Argente cabinet, model PE42A
estimate: $50,000–70,000
result: $293,000

Harry Bertoia

untitled (Sonambient)
estimate: $200,000–300,000
result: $408,000

Isamu Noguchi

Rare and Important Chess table, model IN-61
estimate: $150,000–200,000
result: $233,000

Ercole Barovier

Important Primavera vase
estimate: $250,000–350,000
result: $293,000

Jean (Hans) Arp

estimate: $70,000–90,000
result: $233,000

Ercole Barovier

Murrine vase
estimate: $15,000–20,000
result: $317,000

Paul Evans

Important Sculpture Front cabinet
estimate: $150,000–200,000
result: $233,000

Harry Bertoia

untitled (Dandelion)
estimate: $200,000–300,000
result: $348,000

Michelangelo Pistoletto

Tenda blu (Blue Curtain)
estimate: $150,000–200,000
result: $605,000

Roy Lichtenstein

Brushstroke Chair and Ottoman
estimate: $200,000–300,000
result: $341,000

Carlo Mollino

coffee table, model 1114
estimate: $80,000–120,000
result: $206,500

Paavo Tynell

Rare and Exceptional chandelier
estimate: $50,000–70,000
result: $197,000

Kenneth Noland

estimate: $70,000–90,000
result: $197,000

Paolo Venini

Important Mosaico Tessuto vase
estimate: $100,000–150,000
result: $173,000

Isamu Noguchi

rare and important Rudder dining suite from the Hasting Estate
estimate: $150,000–200,000
result: $182,500

Fulvio Bianconi

Con Macchie vase
estimate: $20,000–30,000
result: $197,000

Napoleone Martinuzzi

Rare and Important Pulegoso vase, model 3273
estimate: $100,000–150,000
result: $269,000

Gio Ponti

rare sofa for Palazzo Liviano, University of Padova
estimate: $50,000–70,000
result: $161,000

Gio Ponti and Piero Fornasetti

Important sideboard
result: $240,000

George Nakashima

Minguren dining table
estimate: $70,000–90,000
result: $192,000

Barbara Hepworth

Four-Square (Four Circles)
estimate: $150,000–200,000
result: $269,000

Isamu Noguchi

table, model #IN-62
estimate: $70,000–90,000
result: $630,000

Andy Warhol

Campbell's Soup II Portfolio (F. & S. II.54-63)
estimate: $100,000–150,000
result: $168,000

Charlotte Perriand

Bloc bahut
estimate: $200,000–250,000
result: $240,000

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