Next Thursday, live at 10 am EDT Snuff Bottles from Various Collections

July 9, 2015 – Exquisite snuff bottles are featured in this auction. Select from intricate, well-crafted pieces in jade, porcelain, and more. 

Fine Enameled Double-Gourd Form Porcelain Snuff Bottle, China

New world record

We have set a new world record for an Asian work of art sold in an online auction. In its 259th auction ‘Important Asian Art’, on June 20, which was broadcast online via livestream, a rare enamel, ivory-mounted and paste-set musical and automaton clock from the late 18th century was sold for 3.37 million Euros (including buyer’s premium).

This makes it the highest auction result in Germany in 2015 and the most expensive object that Auctionata has sold since the start of its livestream auctions in May 2013.

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After-sales in our online shop

Did you miss an item in last week’s auctions?

Then don’t hesitate to visit the Auctionata online shop. Here you can easily find all unsold items in our shop.

Our sales team will be happy to negotiate your counter offer with the consignor on an individual basis.

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Consign to Our Spring Auctions

Patek Philippe, Ref. 3970EP, c. 2003
Sold for $114,000 in January 2015 Chrono24: Modern & Vintage Timepieces Auction, New York

Auctionata is currently seeking consignments
for the following sales being held in New York
this spring:

  • Chrono24: Modern & Vintage Timepieces
  • Antiques
  • Jewelry
  • Asian Works of Art
  • Fine Art
  • Pop & Contemporary Art
  • Photography

Our consignment deadlines are fast approaching. We invite you to submit your items for a free valuation.

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Upcoming auctions

Review Auction No. 272

Brusberg Gallery: Sculptures and Prints

Further highlights in this auction include the monumental painting ‘Orpheus Losing Eurydice to Hades’ by American artist Milo Reice, which depicts a mythological theme in modern setting, and Joe Tilson's serigraph in colors with collage elements entitled ‘Ho Chi Minh’. The small bronze ‘Fig. 57 (Ailanthya)’ by the German sculptor Dietrich Klinge, and Werner Tübke’s characteristically detailed and multi-figure drawing ‘Balkanerinnerungen’, are particularly remarkable auction highlights.

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Paul Wunderlich, Dein Leib ist wie ein Palmenbaum, Bronze, 1970
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