An ornate Baccarat bronze collection chandelier, pegged to sell for between $5,000 and $10,000, is one of the lots in Cordier's Nov. 8-9 auction.
The frequency with which Asian art and antiques command six figures during online auctions is on the rise, reports LiveAuctioneers.com.
The top three lots in the June 18 Asian Works of Art auction at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers together fetched $1 million, with a Chinese bronze ceremonial gong realizing $722,500 alone.
I.M. Chait is participating in this year's Asia Week in the comfort of the company's Beverly Hills gallery, instead of the hub of New York, with an auction featuring several lots of Asian art, porcelain and more, March 23.
North Carolina's Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales is teaming up with Invaluable to offer online bidding, beginning with a series of auctions set for March 13-15.
Asia Week New York is rapidly approaching, March 14-22, and among the hundreds of dealers set to participate in this popular annual show is BachmannEckenstein | JapaneseArt.
Several American-owned collections of impressive Chinese art including jade, ceramics, and textiles are headed to auction Dec. 17-18 at Bonhams' in San Francisco.
During Woodbury Auction's Sept. 29 estates auction, multiple bidders competed for a two-sided Chinese carved jade panel, pushing the hammer price to $330,000.
Russian bronzes, Ivory pieces, Chinese items, and the fine art proved popular among the 600 bidders at a Florida estates and antique auction in September.