Hindman Auctions’ Asian art sales surpass estimates & realize over $2.1 million

Hindman Auctions’ Asian art sales surpass estimates & realize over $2.1 million

On September 23 to 25, Hindman Auctions’ Asian Art sales realized more than $2.1 across three auctions. The September 23rd Asian Works of Art sale achieved extraordinary prices across multiple sessions, ultimately realizing $1,656,188. The September 24th Japanese Works of Art auction and the September 25th Asian Works of Art Online auction also saw strong engagement and competitive bidding, realizing $164,188 and $280,375, respectively. Offerings ranged from Asian lacquer and pottery wares to late 19th through early 20th century precious stone carvings and paintings. Property from the Estate of Donna Wasserstrom, (Cleveland, Ohio), the Estate of Anthony D’Attilio (San Diego, California), the Estate of Robert Forest Coman (Scottsdale, Arizona) and a Private Chicago Collector saw remarkable results. Fantastic bidding engagement was seen in the September 23rd Asian Works
On September 23 to 25, Hindman Auctions’ Asian Art sales realized more than $2.1 across three auctions. The September 23rd Asian Works of Art sale achieved extraordinary prices across multiple sessions, ultimately realizing $1,656,188. The September 24th Japanese Works of Art auction and the September 25th Asian Works of Art Online auction also saw strong engagement and competitive bidding, realizing $164,188 and $280,375, respectively. Offerings ranged from Asian lacquer and pottery wares to late 19th through early 20th century precious stone carvings and paintings. Property from the Estate of Donna Wasserstrom, (Cleveland, Ohio), the Estate of Anthony D’Attilio (San Diego, California), the Estate of Robert Forest Coman (Scottsdale, Arizona) and a Private Chicago Collector saw remarkable results. Fantastic bidding engagement was seen in the September 23rd Asian Works