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Asia Week New York – March 2022 Auction Results

Asia Week March 2022 Top Auction Item: An Important and Very Rare Inlaid Bronze Faceted Hu, Fanghu, Warring States Period, 4th-3rd Century BC, sold for US$2,760,000 at Christie's

Asia Week March 2022 New York Auction Results


Bonhams' Top Selling Lot: A Gilt Copper Alloy Figure of Green Tara, Nepal, Early Malla Period,
13th Century, sold $2,310,312

Asia Week total – $11,559,220


Second Highest Top Selling Lot: A Magnificent and Important Gilt-Bronze Figure of Guanyin,
Dali Kingdom, Late 11th-Early 12th Century, sold $2,580,000

Asia Week total – $67,890,084

•Rivers and Mountains Far from the World: Important Chinese Snuff Bottles from the Rachelle R. Holden Collection – sales total $2,252,502
•Japanese and Korean Art Including the Collection of David and Nayda Utterberg – sales total $10,626,210
•Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian Works of Art – sales total $3,732,120
•South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art, Including Works from the Collection of Mahinder and Sharad Tak – sales total $20,188,926
•Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art – sales total $31,090,326
Note: two online sales are still continuing


Top Selling Lot: A Large Chinese Celadon Glazed Porcelain 'Dragon' Charger, Yongzheng Mark and Period, sold $390,600

•Asian Works of Art – sales total $2,336,327


Top selling lot: A Chinese Six-Panel Screen Inlaid with Enameled Porcelain Plaques by Cheng Men,
19th century, sold $237,500

•Asian Art Signature® Auction – sales total $906,459


Top Selling Lot: Vasudeo S. Gaitonde (1924-2001), Painting 4, 1972, sold $2,470,000

Asia Week total sales – $33,800,000

•Modern & Contemporary South Asian Art – sales total $9,600,000
•A Journey Through China's History: The Dr Wou Kiuan Collection Part 1 – sales total $10,600,000 – White Glove Sale
•Important Chinese Art – sales total $13,653,182
Note: one online sale is still continuing

Asia Week March 2022 grand total auction sales currently – $116,492,090

Coming soon Asian, Ancient, and Ethnographic Works of Art at iGavel,
online April 7-26.