We would like to express our deepest gratitude for your continuous support to Poly Auction Hong Kong as the Autumn Auctions 2019 has come to a successful end.
In a total of 13 sales presented by Modern and Contemporary Art, Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, Jewels and Prestige Collections and the first introduced Important Wine, Whisky and Chinese Tea departments, we proudly achieved a total sales figure of HK$745 million in the Autumn Auctions 2019.
The preview and auctions were held in five consecutive days. Two museum-level installations Not Everything but / Green House and Not Everything but / Orange House fetched a total of HK$73 million. The Green House sold for over HK$40 million, setting a world auction record for the artist’s three-dimensional work.
The three sales presented by the Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art department achieved a total sales figure of HK$200 million. A magnificent and extremely rare copper-red and underglaze-blue ‘dragon’ vase fetched over HK$56 million after numerous rounds of bidding in the Immaculately Exquisite – Selected Chinese Ceramics from The Ten-Views Lingbi Rock Retreat Collection Sale.
The debut of Rare Pu’er Tea and Teaware Auction received widespread attention and achieved outstanding results. A rare set of antique Pu’er tea cakes, 1910s—1940s start bidding from HK$7 million and eventually sold for HK$10 million. The three sales of the Jewels and Prestige Collection department presented numerous exquisite pieces and fetched over HK$200 million in total, in which an impressive jadeite bead, ruby and diamond necklace achieved a high price of HK$33 million.
We would like to express our thankfulness once again. Our specialists are dedicated to providing the best collection possible and we look forward to the Spring Auctions 2020.