Sotheby’s sold HK $2.18 billion worth of Asian Art, Watches, Jewelry & Wine in Hong Kong
Sotheby’s sold HK $2.18 billion worth of Asian Art, Watches, Jewelry & Wine in Hong Kong on Wednesday evening. The results were below the HK$2.7 billion the New York-based auction house sold a year ago at its Hong Kong autumn sales, and the HK$3.1 billion spent at Hong Kong’s other twice-yearly sale in April.
“Sotheby’s sold HK $2.18 billion worth of Asian Art, Watches, Jewelry & Wine in Hong Kong.”
The highest value was an 18th century jade seal belonging to Chinese emperor Qianlong that was sold to an anonymous Asian buyer for HK$91.5 million, exceeding its estimate of HK$80 million.
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