5 Upcoming Auction Items To Look Out For In Hong Kong

Macallan Glenlivet 1970, Bonhams Hong Kong

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Bottled in 1985, the single malt whisky marks one of a mere 542 bottles released. Catch this and other lots at The Macallan Whisky Sale ending March 10.

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Wild Roses by Cecilia Cheung, Sotheby’s Hong Kong

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Part of a solo exhibition as the artist makes her debut in Hong Kong, Sublimity features impressionist art inspired by travels and a personal collection – with proceeds going to charity. Auction starts from March 1 – 4.

Mirror by Zoe Leonard, Christie’s Online

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Signed, titled, numbered and dated 'Zoe Leonard 1990 Mirror 2/6' on the reverse, ‘Mirror’ marks number two from an edition of six. Leonard’s work famously investigates gender roles, globalization and man’s relationship with history and nature. The On Paper online auction begins Feburary 23.

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Pablo Picasso’s Lampe femme, Christie’s Online

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Part of the Picasso Ceramic’s auction starting February 24, Lampe femme exemplifies Picasso’s personification of the standard ceramic in fascinating elucidations. Prices are estimated to start from US$12,500.

Large and Rare Bronze Figure Of Buddha Shakyamuni, Sotheby’s

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Inlaid with silver and copper, this 41.4 cm figure was part of the collection of a private Swiss collector, originally acquired in India in 1969. Estimated to be worth approximately $300,000 to $500,000, the sculpture is a representation of the beginnings of Tibetan Buddhist art.

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