2018 The Whisky Auction

25th October, 2018 - The Whisky Auction Sale Highlight: Lot 65 Karuizawa 31 Years Golden Geisha (1 bottle) sold at HK$64,800 and Lot 68 Yamazaki 18 Years Old - set of 5 bottles sold at HK$162,000

CHAIRMAN'S COLLECTION | Walnut & Marquetry 17th Century Long-case Clock

Antique collectible

ARTIST | Shazia Imran

Live demonstration "Blossoms" at the Asia Contemporary Art Show Spring 12th Edition 2019.

CHAIRMAN'S COLLECTION | European Antique Silver

One of our proudest collections acquired is this full set of English silver royal serving of the 19th centuries.

The Whisky Auction 2018 Highlights

25 October 2018 | A smashing sale held at our gallery. As whisky prices rocket in recent years, as more and more buyers search for rare bottles from auction houses around the world, notably the trending Japanese whiskies in Hong Kong like Karuizawa distillery, Yoichi distillery etc. Lot 65 Karuizawa 31 Years Golden Geisha (1 bottle) sold at HK$64,800 and Lot 68 Yamazaki 18 Years Old - set of 5 bottles sold at HK$162,000 lit up the evening. Whilst The Macallan, Dalmore and Glenfiddich showed that Scotch whisky is still very much in vogue here in Asia.

ARTIST | Wang Xiao Bo

My Humanistic Philosophy by Wang Xiao Bo - "Amid the vicissitudes of life, every person can find their light."

Longines Masters 2019

15-17 February 2019 at AsiaWorld-Expo | A cultural phenomenon in equestrian society, The Longines Masters of Hong Kong is one of the most prestigious and competitive equestrian events in the world, and the only 5-star indoor show jumping event in Asia. 3 years and counting we are the official art partners of LMHK.

ARTIST | Thomas Carrigan

Live at the Asia Contemporary Art Show 14th Spring Edition 2019. Thomas Carrigan is a visual artist and art educator based in Hong Kong. He was born in Glasgow/Scotland and received his BA Honors Fine Art from Glasgow School of Art. Thomas has exhibited in group shows across Scotland, Thailand, and most recently in Hong Kong. His painting approach adopts the tradition of classical painting but he is conscious of creating an image that fits the modern era. He likes to build his paintings up in layers and experiment with the different ways that he can apply paint to canvas. In his works he explores concepts such as childhood, time, and identity. Over the years his subject matter and painting approach has varied. He believes that drawing inspiration from a variety of sources allows him to explore new painting techniques and retain a freshness to his work.

CHAIRMAN'S COLLECTION | Imperial Chinese Cloisonné Censers

Antique

'Goldfish' by Guo Xiangsheng

Rising Artwork

May Auction: A Rare Black Opal

Macey and Sons May Auction 2018

'Lady Holding A Lotus' by Wu Xujin

Rising Artwork

May Auction 2018 Highlights

Macey and Sons May Auction 2018

May Auction 2018

Macey and Sons hosted May Auction 2018

Francesco Lietti Art x Riccardo Catarsi Food

Our good friend and exclusive artist, Francesco Lietti, in collaboration with Nicholini’s Chef Riccardo Catarsi have teamed up in transforming a set of paintings into delectable dishes. Lietti's works will be on display at Nicholini's at The Conrad until the end of June 2018.

May Auction: Lot 109 Crystal Decanter

May Auction

May Auction: Lot 112 Rare Chinese Export Tea Set

May Auction 2018

How To Bid At Auction

A guide to bidding at an auction

The Trials & Tribulations of Being An Auctioneer & Valuer

A delightful and insightful night of tales and lessons from a leading antiques expert, Mr. Lee Young as seen on BBC's Antique's Roadshow and Mr. Jonathan Macey, CEO & Founder of Macey & Sons, through a series of case studies on a selection of Asian art and antiques.

Mitchell Schorr Live Art Show @ California Tower 2015

The piece then got Auctioned off For $250,000HKD At the Children charity foundation Hong Kong on the 9th of October 2015.

The Richmond Race Cup By Paul Storr, London 1802

An Important George III Silver Gilt Horse Racing Trophy By Paul Storr, London 1802 The pull-off domed cover with fluted bud finial and engraved with a retailers mark of Makepeace, Fecit, leaf capped angular handles, the upper section engraved and chased with a frieze one side depicting two galloping racehorses, the other a racehorse being fed outside a stable, one side engraved "Charles Brandling and Timothy Hutton, Esqrs Stewards".