Dracula’s Lanterns Join Patek Philippe in Auction

Nov. 26 (Bloomberg) -- As Dracula he shunned the light, though in real life Hungarian actor Bela Lugosi owned a pair of 18th-century Chinese lantern stands that will go on sale at Christie’s International in Hong Kong. The six-day auction of wine, modern and contemporary Asian Art, classical Chinese paintings and calligraphy, ceramics, Chinese furniture, watches and jewelry began Nov. 23 and is estimated by Christie’s to raise as much as HK$2.2 billion ($284 million). (Source: Bloomberg)

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