Across a broad range of categories, including jewelry, wine, watches, art and ceramics, Sotheby’s will test the Hong Kong market in a series of auctions beginning next week. Top seller is expected to be a pair of Qing Imperial porcelain vases, the most valuable of which is expected to sell for $7.73-$10.31 million.
Close behind is a 6.43-carat Vivid Pink Diamond and diamond ring, by Van Cleef & Arpels (est. $6-$7 million), and an Imperial White Jade ‘Xintian Zhuren’ Seal of the Quing Dynasty, Qianlong Period, which carries a high estimate of almost $4 million. The highlight of two wine auctions is expected to be the 12 bottle lot of Romanee-Conti 2005, expected to fetch between $100-150,000.
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