Sotheby’s to Hold Porcelain and Handicraft Auction

A staff member of Sotheby’s introduces a Nepalese 13th-century gold-plating copper statue of Tara, a Bodhisattva of salvation, during a media preview in Hong Kong. (Xinhua)

A staff member of Sotheby’s introduces a rare turquoise Beijing enamel censer and cover from the Yongzheng period during a media preview in Hong Kong. Sotheby’s Hong Kong will hold a Chinese porcelain and handicraft auction on Oct. 5, with various items estimated at a total value of over 1.17 billion Hong Kong dollars (150 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua)

A staff member of Sotheby’s introduces the Tianqiuping, a famille-rose vase with peace patterns and period of Qianlong, estimated to fetch 80 to 120 million Hong Kong dollars (10.3 to 15.4 million U.S. dollars), during a media preview in Hong Kong. (Xinhua)

A staff member of Sotheby’s introduces a blue and white vase with fruit patterns of the Ming Dynasty, estimated to fetch 80 to 120 million Hong Kong dollars (10.3 to 15.4 million U.S. dollars), during a media preview in Hong Kong. (Xinhua)

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