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CHRISTIE'S ASIAN SALE ACHIEVES A TOTAL OF 7,49 MILLION EUROS IN PARIS
14 June 2018
Category : MARKET

The Asian art sale organised at Christie's on June 13 2018 achieved a total of 7,497,000 euros selling 79% by lot and 90% by value.The top lot of the sale was a rare and important gilt-bronze figure of Buddha Shakyamuni, which sold for 967,500 euros against a presale estimate of 300,000-500,000 euros.

Several lots  more than doubled their presale estimate, such as a rare and important ivory 'dragon' square seal that was made for the emperor Wanli,  which sold for 475,500 euros (estimate 100,000-150,000), a blue vase and white 'phoenix and dragon' double-vase and cover, estimated 10,000-15,000 euros which reached f150,000 euros  and a cloisonné enamel 'Lotus stupa'  acquired for 143,750  euros against a high estimate of 15,000..

Additional highlights included a painting by Qi Baishi Shrimps which sold for 92,000 euros against a presale estimate of 30,000-40,000, and a white and brown-glazed biscuit figure of a monkey which was in the former private collection of Coco Chanel which  was culminated at  90,000 euros against a presale estimate of 4,000-6,000.

French private collections are still attracting a large public of buyers looking for items fresh to the market such as a massive underglaze blue, red and celadon vase from the Qing dynasty which sold for 137,500 euros against a presale estimate of 40,000-60,000 .

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