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Extremely rare Qing Dynasty bowl seen topping $25M at auction

/ 03:04 PM March 02, 2018

Nicolas Chow, deputy chairman for Sotheby’s Asia, holds an extremely rare Qing Dynasty bowl — one of only three known to exist — during a media preview at auction house Sotheby’s in Hong Kong on March 1, 2018, before its upcoming sale on April 3. The bowl is expected to fetch 25.6 million USD and even break the record for Chinese ceramics, auction house Sotheby’s said. Image: AFP/Anthony Wallace


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