Asia Week participants are set to take over New York with brilliant pieces from 44 galleries from across the globe, as the event gets underway March 15.
The Kentucky Derby Trophy is horse racing’s most desired prize, and on June 25, horse racing’s “Run for the Roses” will be sold at auction in West Palm Beach, Fla., amid more than 300 lots of fine estate jewelry, sterling silver, antique furniture and more.
With 500-plus lots of Asian arts and antiques examples, Bonhams Nov. 15 auction of Asian Decorative Arts in San Francisco earns more than $1.1 million. One of the many surprises included a late 18th/early 19th century brush pot that sold for $17,500 against a pre-sale estimate of $1,000 to $1,500.
>Get 26 issues of Antique Trader delivered for $26 >>Subscribe today! This finely carved coral branch from a Chinese artisan blew away all expectations, bringing $46,360. Photo courtesy Bonhams. Porcelain, bronzes, paintings and jades kept buyers active all day at Bonhams’ Asian Works of Art auction in San Francisco Aug. 30, 2011. As expected,...