One Sotheby’s International Realty office in Miami Beach will host Cynthia Volk, a specialist from Sotheby’s auction house during the week of February 25. The specialist will be taking appointments for private auction estimates on Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art.
One of Sotheby’s most active departments, the Chinese Art team has developed strong relationships with key collectors in the field. For sale are a wide variety of works including ceramics, jades, ivory, furniture, bronzes, sculptures, paintings and clocks plus more from the Neolithic period to the Qing dynasties.
Recent successes in the Chinese Art field include a record-breaking $22 million for a blue and white vase with fruit sprays as well as a Ru guanyao lobed brush washer, which set the world auction record for Song ceramics at $26.6 million.
A number of important private collections have entrusted Sotheby’s for their sales, including The Meiyntang Collection, Property from J.T. Tai and Co., The Collection of Carl Kempe and The Estate of Emile Guimet.
Appointments will take place the week of February 25th South of Fifth at 119 Washington Avenue, Suite 102, Miami Beach, Florida. Please call 212-606-7332 for more information.
The actual auction on Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art will take place in New York on September 11. For more information, visit the Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art Department at Sotheby’s.
Meet Nicholas Chow, Senior Director and Deputy Chairman of Sotheby’s Asia, as interviewed by Tim Marlow at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in this video about Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art.
– Maria de los Angeles is a freelance wordsmith based in Miami.