News: auction

  1. Rippon Boswell goes Live

    Rippon Boswell’s Major Autumn Sale in Wiesbaden, Germany on Saturday 29th November 2014 was auctioneer Detlef Maltzahn’s first venture into the world of real-time online bidding through

  2. Carpets and Asian Art at Van Ham, Cologne

     On 5 December, 2014, the first sale of ‘Carpets and Tapestries’ to be held at Cologne auctioneer Van Ham’s new location at 2 Hitzelerstrasse, will include an outstanding early 18th century silk carpet from the Tarim Basin in Eastern Turkestan (modern Xinjiang). This rare small carpet features a pink-coloured ground decorated with exquisitely formed yellow-gold… Read more »

  3. Asian Art in London

    In its 17th year Asian Art in London will once again make the city the focus of the international Asian art market when it launches at the British Museum on 30 October 2014 with a Gala party and private view of the current exhibition, Ming – 50 Years that Changed China. Antique and contemporary art, ceramics… Read more »

  4. Uli figure at Auctionata

    Rare Uli Figure at Auctionata

    A rare Uli figure, formerly in the collection of Maurice de Vlaminck, is the star of Auctionata’s upcoming online auction.

  5. Near record price achieved for Caucasian Dragon Carpet at Sotheby’s

    Lot 160, a large section of a historic Caucasian Dragon carpet fetched a very high price for it’s type at Sotheby’s sale of ‘Important English and European Decorative Arts’ this week. Selling at $149,000 against an estimate of $30-50,000 on 22 October in New York.

  6. Carpets fly at Austria Auction Company

    Initial highlights of the sold lots in Austria Auction Company’s ‘Fine Antique Oriental Rugs’ sale on Tuesday 16 September 2014, including a world record breaking price for a Salor Turkmen main carpet, and one of the highest sums ever paid for a classical Caucasian carpet at auction

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