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Australian Financial Review  |  Peter Fish

A rare 1920s  Wedgwood fairyland lustre Ghostly Wood malfrey pot and cover by Daisy Makeig-Jones (Saleroom, July 7) , richly painted with extravagant fictional characters, brought the top price of $56,120 including premium at Sotheby's sale of Asian and European arts and design in Sydney on Tuesday.

ArtsHub  |  Gina Fairley

Sotheby’s Australia will auction the Private and Public Collection of Denis Savill with his retirement this year.

Australian Financial Review  |  Peter Fish

Art dealer Denis Savill, doyen of the Sydney and Melbourne saleroom scene, is bowing out – with Sotheby's Australia handling a special sale of some of his 120 works by blue-chip artists such as Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan and Charles Blackman.

BlouinArtInfo  |  Nicholas Forrest

Sotheby’s Australia has announced the sale of Australian Art from the private and gallery collection of influential art dealer Denis Savill, who recently announced that he will be retiring at the end of 2016 after 35 years at the helm of Savill Galleries.

The Age  |  James Cockington

Given the billions of dollars invested on thoroughbred horseflesh each year, it seems puzzling that comparatively little value is given to racing memorabilia.

Even Melbourne Cup trophies more than a 100 years old are sold for apparently small amounts. For example, the 1899 trophy to be auctioned by Sotheby's Australia on April 6 has estimates of $60,000 to $80,000.

Featured Asian Art - April 2016

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