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Reassuring Results at Sotheby's, Middle Eastern and Indian Art in London, Phillips's Jewelry Expansion, and More

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Friday, October 14, 2016

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Sotheby’s Contemporary & The Italian Sale on October 7

by Judd Tully • The global art market scored another big and reassuring win at Sotheby’s contemporary art evening sale on Friday, tallying £47.9 million ($59.6 million). Only three of the 34 lots offered failed to sell for a trim buy-in rate by lot of nine percent.
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Take a Trip Through Time With Sotheby’s Middle Eastern and Indian Art Sales

by Samuel Spencer • From Mughal master miniatures to works by Mahmoud Mokhtar, Sotheby’s London wants to take you on a trip through a millennium of Middle Eastern and Indian art in a series of sales on October 18, 19, and 20. The items from the sales are on display through the 20th.
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'The Pioneers' Autumn Sale: Christie’s Celebrates 250th Global Anniversary

by Claire Bouchara • As Christie’s approaches its 250th global anniversary, the auction house will celebrate the trailblazers of Modern and Contemporary Asian art in a first-of-its-kind evening auction in Asia. Titled “The Pioneers,” the sale will kick off Christie’s Asian Art Autumn Sales on November 26 in Hong Kong.
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The Time is Right: Phillips Hires 2 Jewelry Specialists in Asia

by Claire Bouchara • Luxury auction house Phillips is going full steam ahead as it gears up for its first Hong Kong auctions of 20th and 21st century and Contemporary art, design, and jewelry in late November this year, adding Terry Chu, formerly of Sotheby’s, and Anellie Manolas to their Jewelry department.
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Cars

Moneymaking Tip: Buy a Brand-New Porsche 911 R, Sell It for Double

by Mark Beech • If you bought a limited-edition Porsche 911 R this year, you might want to consider earning more than twice the money you spent by selling it right now. One of the cars that was delivered in July has just sold at Bonhams on October 7 for an above-estimate €483,000 (about $539,000), an auction record for the model.
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Sotheby’s to Auction Imperial ‘Supreme Number One’ Musket

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s will present the first Chinese firearm with an imperial reign mark to be offered at auction on November 9 in London alongside its sales of Important Chinese Art and Fine Chinese Jades from the Thompson-Schwab Collection.
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