Live today at 1 pm EDT Asian Art

October 30, 2014 - This auction reflects the technical perfection of Asian art, with works like a large hand-carved Guanyin figure form the 17th/18th century, a decorated Huanghuali chest and many more collector’s items.

Wooden Figure of a Standing Guanyin on a Wavy Base, 17th/18th C.

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Review Auction No. 110

Silver & Antiques

Collectors and aficionados of the finest silver and top quality antiques were treated to a number of real rarities during this auction. Ranging from a large Torah parchment scroll, which found a proud new owner for the sum of €5,500, which far exceeded its starting price of €3,400, to a pair of luxurious champagne coolers from 1849, which attained a hammer price of €16,000. The most expensive item of the evening came in the shape of an elaborately decorated miniature casket fashioned from amber and ivory. At an estimated value of €8,000, the casket entered the auction with a starting price of €4,000 and eventually sold for the impressive sum of €130,000.

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William III Silver Porringer and Cover by R. Syng, London 1699
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