Gavels 'N Paddles: Qing Dynasty cabinet, $233,000, Clars Auction

A stone inlaid Chinese cabinet from the Qing Dynasty sold for $233,000

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by Ken Hall
A stone inlaid Chinese cabinet from the Qing Dynasty sold for $233,000 at a Fine Art, Decoratives, Jewelry & Asian Antiques Auction held April 25-26 by Clars Auction Gallery in Oakland, Calif. Also, a Chinese ceramic brush washer, with a base bearing the label “Bluett & Son, London,” went for $32,725; a Mouse & Kelley Skeleton and Roses poster,  created for a Grateful Dead concert at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco in 1966, brought $19,040; and a diamond and platinum bracelet hit $17,850. Prices include a 19 percent buyer’s premium.

Gavels ‘N Paddles: Qing Dynasty cabinet, $233,000, Clars Auction