HONG KONG.- Phillips
Asia will present the third iteration of INTERSECT, a cross-category online sale with a one-stop lifestyle concept that embodies the idea of art-meets-luxury. Open for bidding from 16 to 23 September, INTERSECT features 128 lots of tightly curated selection of contemporary artworks, alongside trendy timepieces and coveted jewels.
Leading the sale is a superlative Patek Philippe reference 5370P-001 platinum split seconds chronograph wristwatch with black enamel dial (Estimate: HK$1.17-1.95 million). The Patek Philippe reference 5370, made in extremely low numbers and discontinued in 2020, is considered by many watch collectors as one of the most desirable watches made by the famed manufacturer in recent years. Other sale highlights including a broad and exciting range of wristwatches from the finest watchmaking brands including Rolex, F.P. Journe, and Audemars Piguet.
The sale also offers a stunning selection of the worlds most sought after gemstones, from the highest quality of D/Flawless Type IIa colorless diamonds, to a variety of coloured diamonds spanning yellow, pink, and orange. Leading the jewellery selection is a classic 3.12 carats oval-shaped D/Flawless Type IIa diamond ring, with an estimate of HK$600-780K. Additionally, the sale offers 70% of the lots without reserve, and it presents exceptional signed pieces from the most celebrated brands that are perfect for everyday wear, including Bulgari, Cartier, Harry Winston, Franck Muller, Mikimoto, Van Cleef & Arpels and William & Son.
Works by in-demand artists such as Genieve Figgis, Javier Calleja, Chiharu Shiota, Joan Cornellà, Eddie Martinez and Ayako Rokkaku will be offered in the sale, alongside leading names such as KAWS, Yoshitomo Nara and Yayoi Kusama. Key highlights of the contemporary art section including Lady with a harp by Genieve Figgis, the Irish painter known for her witty and subversive group portraits which satirise social norms of centuries past. Phillips currently hold top three auction prices for the artist, including the world auction record achieved last December when Figgis Wedding Party sold for over HK$4.4 million.
The bidding opens on 16 September at 12pm HKT and will begin closing on 23 September at 6pm HKT. Explore highlights from the sale on Phillips.com.
Highlights from the INTERSECT Online Auction
Patek Philippe Ref. 5370P-001 platinum split seconds chronograph wristwatch with black enamel dial, circa 2017. Estimate: HK$1,170,000- 1,950,000
A 3.12ct Oval-shaped D/Flawless Type IIa Diamond Ring. Estimate: HK$600,000 -780,000
F. P Journe, semi-skeletonized platinum tortue-shaped wristwatch, numbered 56 of a limited edition of 69 pieces, circa 2018. Estimate: HK$310,000-620,000
Genieve Figgis, Lady with a Harp, 2018. Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 120 cm. Estimate: HK$550,000- 750,000
Graff, A Pair of Diamond and Ruby 'Rosette' Earrings. Estimate: HK$250,000 350,000 (No Reserve)
Eddie Martinez, Untitled, 2016. Oil, crayon, oil stick and lithographic ink on paper (hand-worked lithographic print), 70 x 50 cm. Estimate: HK$180,000-220,000
A Diamond Bangle. Estimate: HK$150,000 250,000
Audemars Piguet limited edition titanium and platinum Royal Oak Chronograph Ref. 26331IP.OO.1220IP.01, circa 2017. Estimate: HK$300,000-600,000
Graff, A Diamond and Sapphire 'Diamond on Diamond' Pendant Necklace. Estimate: HK$100,000 150,000 (No Reserve)
KAWS X Karimoku, PINOCCHIO, 2018. Wood, 39 x 19 x 18 cm. Estimate: HK$500,000-700,000
Chiharu Shiota, State of being (book), 2017. Metal frame, white threads, old books, 25 x 25 x 25 cm. Estimate: HK$250,000 350,000
Javier Calleja, Ways to Fly, 2013. Acrylic on paper, 100 x 140 cm. Estimate: HK$250,000-350,000
Patek Philippe Ref. 5711/1A-010 stainless steel wristwatch, circa 2019. Estimate: HK$310,000-620,000
A 3.16 carat Emerald-cut D/Flawless Type IIa Diamond Ring. Estimate: HK$ 550,000 700,000