Bonhams Whisky Auction in Hong Kong offers 6 Rare Macallans in Lalique crystals

August 21, 2017

Bonhams released a press statement on their recent Whiskey auction in Hong Kong: 

 

A complete set of The Macallan in Lalique Six Pillars Collection sold for HK$3,797,500 at Bonhams Whisky sale in Hong Kong last week. It had been estimated at HK$3,600,000-4,600,000.

 

The six decanters, made exclusively by the renowned French crystal house Lalique, were issued in strictly limited numbers between 2006-2016, and contain very rare Macallan whisky aged, in order of release, 50, 55, 57, 60, 62, and 65 years old. 


Bonhams Whisky specialist in Hong Kong Daniel Lam said, "I am not surprised that this complete set of The Macallan in Lalique Six Pillars Collection sold so well. The individual bottles are, of course, highly sought after, but the opportunity to acquire all six bottles at once like this, very rarely comes along."

 

Elsewhere in the sale:
• Seven bottles from The Ghost Series sold for HK$882,000. Illustrated by images from New Forms of 36 Ghosts, by the 19th century master of Japanese woodblock printing, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, the bottles had been estimated at HK$270,000-350,000)

• A vertical series of Macallan – 40 bottles from 1958-2006 inclusive – sold for HK$ 735,000 having been estimated at $600,000-800,000)

• A collection of whiskies bottled specifically for the Conti Brothers grocery store in Sacramento sold for HK$269,500. Made up of 15 single malts personally selected by the brothers and bottled for them in the 1970s and '80s, the collection had been estimated at HK$220,000-260,000

• A single Macallan Millennium Decanter estimated at HK$210,000-250,000 sold for HK$257,250.

 

In total, the sale made HK$13,624,818.

 

For more information on the lot, visit Bonhams

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