Chinese Master’s 1,000-Year-Old Scroll May Fetch $60 Million
The gems belonged to the Bourbon-Parma family, which traces its lineage back to French King Louis XIV.
Record Paid for Magritte Masterpiece as Monet, Manet Passed Over
China's Most-Indebted Developer Has a Risky Shadow Loan Habit
Branded dwellings cost 132% more than regular homes in Bangkok.
Christie’s, Sotheby’s offer 60-year-old Macallans from 1926.
Rare $1.2 Million Bottle of Macallan to Lead Bonhams Auction
The new high watermark shows how Asian artists are closing the price gap with their Western counterparts.
The region’s favorite weekend retreats are gearing up for the best weather of the year.
Doig's Rolling Stones Star in Sotheby's Sale of Teiger Art Trove
Rare Chinese ‘Da Vinci’ Scroll May Set Asian Art Auction Record
This is what quiet perseverance can accomplish in a world where brash millionaires are increasingly being minted overnight.
A red 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for $48.4 million on Saturday in California.
In Hong Kong, that’s a perfectly legal route wealthy people are increasingly cottoning on to.
Tycoon Developer Ronnie Chan Says Hong Kong Vacancy Tax Unfair
UBS Bucks Trend by Keeping $2 Million Threshold for Rich Clients
Global sales of art jumped 12 percent to $64 billion in 2017.
Spare a thought for Hong Kong’s beleaguered car owners.
Newbie Among Asia's Biggest Private Banks Aims to Ramp Up Hiring
The classic car market may be running out of gas.
Trump’s Hosts at Summit Are Low-Profile Real Estate Billionaires