A translation of Biblical psalms that was the first book ever printed in what became the U.S. goes on auction this November, with an expected price tag of $15-30 million.
A rare red “lotus bowl” from the Chinese emperor Kangxi period of 1662-1722 has been sold for an eye-popping $9.5 million at a Hong Kong sale.
An intricate Patek Philippe clock decorated with diamonds and rubies achieved $2.3 million at a Sotheby’s auction in Hong Kong this weekend.
Auction house Sotheby’s is offering the highest bidder at an upcoming wine auction the chance to enjoy a dinner prepared by legendary chef Ferran Adrià himself.
A $3 tag sale buy has turned into a massive windfall for the lucky bargain hunter: the Chinese bowl sold for $2.23 million at an auction at Sotheby’s on Tuesday.
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A portrait of Pablo Picasso’s lover Marie-Therese Walter sold in London on Tuesday night for £28.6 million ($45.0 million), Sotheby’s auction house said.