Following Wednesday night’s Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale, today at Sotheby’s in London a collection of unique ceramics by Pablo Picasso belonging to the artist’s granddaughter, Marina Picasso, soared well above the pre-sale high estimate to bring a combined total of £12,344,250 / $19,373,066 / €17,342,440. The ‘White Glove’, 100% sold, auction saw 87% of lots achieving prices above their high estimates. Guillaume Cerutti, CEO, Sotheby’s France and Deputy Chairman, Sotheby’s Europe, said: “We are delighted with today’s remarkable results, as is Mrs. Marina Picasso. A part of the sale proceeds will be allocated to educational programs for children in need, a cause that she has always championed. We thank her once again for entrusting us with works from her legendary collection and it has been a privilege working with her

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