Dallas Auction Gallery’s March 14th Asian antiques and fine art auction highlights

DALLAS, TX.- Over 700 bidders from around the world bid on an incredible collection of over 390 lots of Asian art, porcelains, ivory and jade at Dallas Auction Gallery on March 14th. Porcelains were the highlight of the evening including a pair of Chinese Qing Qianlong cloisonne vases, which sold on the auction house floor, for $147,000.00. Other highlights included two Impressive Chinese Republic revolving and reticulated porcelain vases from an estate in Oklahoma City, which sold for an impressive $110,250.00, and a Chinese late Ming-early Qing carved rhinoceros horn libation cup selling for $91,875.00 to a bidder on liveauctioneers.com. Dallas Auction Gallery continues to prove themselves as a major player in the Asian antique and fine art market, conducting two Asian Auctions each year producing over $5,000,000.00 in sales. Scott Shuford, President