ED­I­TOR’S NOTE

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Have you ever tried par­tic­i­pat­ing in an auc­tion? The en­ergy is so dif­fer­ent; a mix­ture of ex­cite­ment and pal­pa­ble anx­i­ety over what peo­ple are try­ing to win. Ev­ery­one should at least watch one once.

Be­fore us­ing my pad­dle, I watched how it went. I’m far from be­ing an ex­pert in these things, but here are some tips I’ve learned: 1. Know what you want to bid on in ad­vance. 2. Write down your limit. It is easy to get car­ried away. 3. Stick to your plan. 4. If you don’t win it, it wasn’t meant for you. These are the sim­ple guide­lines I fol­low. And yes, I’ve won a cou­ple of pieces here and there. Luck­ily, most on the first bid.

This is­sue, get to know the new­est auc­tion house, Casa De Me­mo­ria. What I like about this place is their wide va­ri­ety of well-cu­rated of­fer­ings. There will def­i­nitely be a piece meant for you here.

I should know—I’ve won a cou­ple on my first try.

@ri­arec­om­mends: Ja­panese Ivory Sculp­tures, wait­ing for your bid. #casade­memo­ria

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