A duck was sold for the highest price on Monday during the second auction of prince Henrik's collection, informs the auction house.
the Last auction has sounded on Monday night in the second auction of prince Henry, jade and maskesamling.
Here were all the items sold, informs the Alexa Bruun Rasmussen, auctioneer and director of branding at the auction house.
It was another 1000 objects, which now are sold, and it is amazing that there is still interest. The chamber has been less filled than the last, but many have offered during our livebid, she says.
most of The things were according to the Bruun Rasmussen sold a few thousand, while the most expensive was sold for 16.000 dkk.
One of the high jumpers was a duck in the jade, which was estimated between 6000 and 8000 crowns. Here came up the price of 16,000 crowns, before auktionshammeren was beaten.
- It was so charming and typically asian. It is also sometimes used in connection with weddings, says Alexa Bruun Rasmussen.
- It is impressive that you can sell so much, and it is enough prinseværdien, which makes it.
- It is nice to know that there are so many people who get a small slice of the collection, says Alexa Bruun Rasmussen.
the Collection counts a total of between 6000 and 7000 items. The auction house is planning an online auction in the beginning of the new year, where even more items will be put on auction.
The first auction was held in august. Here was the most expensive item - a chinese vessel of green jade - sold for no less than 160.000 euros. The vessel was rated to 75,000 kroner.
Prince Henry died in 2018, and stated in his will that the collection should be sold at auction. A portion of the revenue will, according to the royal family go to the funds the Danish crown prince Fund and Nikolai and Felix Funds
/ritzau/Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 19:00