Zao Wou-Ki’s triptych Juin-Octobre 1985 (1985) on display at Raffles City, in Singapore, will be offered at a Sotheby’s auction this autumn and is estimated to sell for at least HK$350 million. Picture: courtesy of Foundatoin Zao Wou-ki
Enid Tsui
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The Collector by Enid Tsui

Hong Kong auction houses hope for a bumper autumn, despite economic jitters amid US-China trade war

Dealers anticipate the super-wealthy will dig deep for pieces that include a Qing-dynasty falangcai poppy bowl, an 18th-century vase designed for the Emperor Qianlong, and even a fake supermarket

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Zao Wou-Ki’s triptych Juin-Octobre 1985 (1985) on display at Raffles City, in Singapore, will be offered at a Sotheby’s auction this autumn and is estimated to sell for at least HK$350 million. Picture: courtesy of Foundatoin Zao Wou-ki
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