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Tokyo Chuo Auction Hong Kong’s spring sales, held from 27 to 28 May 2015 at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, achieved strong results and realized a total of HK$148,580,000 / US$19,048,718. More than 400 lots of fine classical and modern Chinese paintings, Imperial ceramics and works of art and tea wares, including many superb pieces from eminent Japanese collections, were featured in the sales. Ando Shokei, Founder of Tokyo Chuo Auction, said: “Our two days of sales were well received with enormous interest across the board and many works far surpassing their pre-sale estimates. Collectors responded enthusiastically to Imperial Treasures, our new theme sale devoted entirely to Imperial works of art from the collections of the Ming and Qing courts. We were particularly pleased to see the strong participation of many Hong Kong collectors in the saleroom. The ICHIGO ICHIE – The Art of Tea

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