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Doyle’s of New York Asian Art Auction September 13th, 2011

Jade, snuff bottles and ivory sold very well.
While  some pieces reached exceptional prices (pair of small jade table screens and a large Coromandel screen), here are a few that could be obtained for relatively little:
 

 
“Thai gilt bronze Buddha head, 17th century, sold for $ 1,250.
 
 
“Thai gilt and lacquered wood standing Buddha, Height 59 inches, 20th century”; sold for $1,250. Of course this is a Mandalay style Burmese piece – rendition.
 
 
“Japanese school 19th century hanging scroll”; sold for $ 1,000.
 
 
This Chinese Longquan Celadon Meiping had an estimate of $ 8,000/12,000 and sold for $ 65,000 – a gorgeous piece! Have to show this one. 
 
 
Chinese gilt-bronze bell with Kangxi cast mark, 11 1/2″ high  -  I simply show this  because it is quite rare, and sold for $ 482,500, with an estimate of $ 6,000/9,000 – nice   surprise!
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