Artemis Gallery sets new house record with $1.4M+ antiquities, ancient art auction

Antiquities, ancient and ethnographic art of exceptional quality continue to put Artemis Gallery on the international map as a discerning and trustworthy source for buyers. That message was reinforced most recently on February 21 as the suburban Boulder, Colorado, auction house set a new house record exceeding $1.4 million, inclusive of 24.5% buyer’s premium and after-sales. “We were thrilled to see the amount of bidder interest in fine-quality ancient and ethnographic art, most of which was coming to auction for the first time. Egyptian, Greek and Roman classics, and Asian artworks – all were in high demand,” said Teresa Dodge, managing director of Artemis Gallery. Leading the impressive list of prices realized was an enormous Early Byzantine (circa 400 to 600 CE) liturgical table finely carved from a single piece of creamy white marble.

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