In the first half-year of 2016, Pierre Bergé & Associés produced a consolidated volume of 12.3 million euros in France, with 10.77 million euros in France and 1.53 million euros in Belgium. Apart from bibliophilia and design, archaeology enabled the auction house to make its greatest sales, with an Egyptian limestone stele going for 126,700 euros. Among art objects, a pair of Blaeu globes sold for 232,610 euros while in the jewellery sector, a fine pearl necklace went for 176,540 euros.
Pierre Bergé & Associés: an assessment
Paris | 9 September 2016 | AMA | |
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- 02/09 : Archaeology and tribal art: transactions under pressure
- 04/08 : The Old Masters market
- 04/08 : Christopher “Kip” Forbes
- 04/08 : Vetting, an art in itself!
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