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October 23, 2005 
Bidder William Chak, a Hong Kong art dealer, holds a Guyuexuan 'Pheasant' vase after it was sold to him... 
Hong Kong, China 
Bidder William Chak, a Hong Kong art dealer, holds a Guyuexuan 'Pheasant' vase after it was sold to ..... 
Bidder William Chak, a Hong Kong art dealer, holds a Guyuexuan 'Pheasant' vase after it was sold to him for HK$115,480,000 (US$14,887,682) at a Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong October 23, 2005, setting the highest ever paid at auction in Asia for a work of art and a world record for Qing porcelain. The tiny vase, 16.5 centimeter high and decorated with a pair of pheasants on a flowering branch, dates from the reign of the Qianlong Emperor and is one of the most famous and desired types of porcelain of the Qing dynasty. 
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