Revere Auctions is proud to report the results of our highly successful inaugural Asian Art auction, which took place on May 12th.
The auction realized $413,713 nearly double the high estimate. Highlights include:
- A Korean inlaid Celadon Maebyong vase, decorated with clouds, cranes and dragonflies, realized $106,250, 10.6x the high estimate
- A second Korean inlaid Celadon Maebyong vase, decorated with inlaid willows, cranes, bamboo, and trees, and featuring Japanese gold lacquer repairs, realized $55,000, nearly 4x the high estimate
- A very rare and fine Chinese Celadon Porcelain Double Gourd Vase, from the collection of James Graham, former owner of the Graham Gallery in NYC, realized $35,000, 19.4x the high estimate
- A stunning early Qing Porcelain Famille Rose Basin realized $17,500, 5.8x the high estimate
- Three Chinese hand scroll silk paintings from the Guangxu Period (1871-1908), realized $16,640, 13.8x the high estimate
Full results are available here.
*Prices realized are hammer price plus buyer’s premium.
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