Results: Sotheby's Asia Week achieved $52.4 million in six strong auctions, exceeding pre-sale estimates. With 76.5% of lots sold and 60.3% of lots surpassing high estimates, the Asian art sales at Sotheby's indicate continued collector interest in the finest works of art from China, India and and the Himalayas. Now is the time to consign to Sotheby’s next Asia Week auctions, which take place in September 2017. Consigning is easy: simply email images and a description of your artwork to email@example.com.
Auction Details: This season, Important Chinese Art features over 250 lots that represent all major collecting categories in the field. Highlights include a Yongzheng period blue and white cylindrical ‘dragon’ jar and cover, an ‘oil spot’ temmoku bowl from a Japanese collection, a Yongzheng period ru-type hu-form vase, and an extremely rare pair of famille-rose enameled porcelain figures of Ksitigarbha from the Collection of Joan Oestreich Kend.