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NEW YORK — An international online auction record was set with the sale of a Chinese gilt bronze figure of Vajrasattva, with an incised six-character Xuande mark, which realized a price of $1,530,000 on iGavelAuctions.com. The “e-sale,” which closed Nov. 4, recorded nearly 300,000 page views. In all, 30 lots achieved prices of more than $10,000. All had multiple bids, and some items received more than 40 bids.
Highlights from the Asian, Ancient and Ethnographic Works of Art Auction include a Chinese gold and silver inlaid bronze animal-form censer from the 17th/18th century, which sold for more than $81,000; a Chinese colored-ink-on-silk scroll of a court official, 19th century, that sold for more than $63,000; and a pair of Chinese Huanghuali, hardwood and Lac Burgaute cabinets, 17th/18th century, that realized more than $63,000.
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