Notable sales detailed in our March 20, 2020 issue include a Papuan Gulf shoulder shield at Clars, which went for more than three times its high estimate, selling for $30,750. Another lot rising far above its estimates was seen at Material Culture in the form of a Fang Byeri female reliquary guardian that realized $16,640 against an estimate of $800-$1,200. Chinese art was prominent at two other auctions. Two Chinese ring-neck vases came to the block with a $150/300 estimate at Litchfield County Auctions, and after 88 bids, sold for $25,350. At DuMouchelle’s, a Chinese cloisonné and white jade planter realized $13,970 from an online bidder against an estimate of $100/300. These and more notable sales across the United States follow. LITCHFIELD, CONN. – An online bidder from Canada won the top lot at Litchfield County Auction’s winter antiques sale on day one of the two-day auction, February 22 and 23. The lot included two Chinese ring-neck vases that came to the block with a $150/300 estimate; one, a large vase with a globular body and an apocryphal Qianlong mark on the foot (drilled for a lamp), glazed in a flambe-style glaze, the other, a smaller ring-neck vase of a celadon cr...