Following the closing of Sotheby’s “NIGO Only Lives Twice” auction, we report back with the 10 most expensive items.

As one of the world’s largest brokers of fine and decorative art, jewelry, real estate and collectibles, Sotheby’s “NIGO Only Lives Twice” auction was not just for streetheads. In collaboration with the BAPE founder, the exhibition held in Hong Kong from October 3 – 7 was concluded with an auction on the final day of the exhibition. With an impressive personal collection of goods, the auction did not let us down and as the final sale prices show, NIGO’s taste is not just reserved for him. Take a look at the 10 most expensive items sold at the auction below.

 

 

 

10. Jacob & Co. Special Order Dollar Sign Chain

Estimated sale price: $19,341 – $25,788
Final sale price: $104,764

9. Jean Prouvé Swing-Jib Lamp No. 602

Estimated sale price: $25,788 – $32,235
Final sale price: $128,940

8. KAWS (Original Fake) Companion

Estimated sale price: $9,026 – $11,605
Final sale price: $128,940

7. Jean Prouvé Banquette No. 356

Estimated sale price: $19,341 – $25,788
Final sale price: $128,940

6. Charlotte Perriand Bibliothèque Nuage

Estimated sale price: $64,470 – $90,258
Final sale price: $128,940

5. Jean Prouvé Marcoule Bench with Astro Boy Sculpture

Estimated sale price: $10,315 – $15,473
Final sale price: $167,622

4. Richard Mille White Gold and Diamond-Set Watch

Estimated sale price: $96,705 – $128,940
Final sale price: $190,831

3. KAWS Untitled (Painting and Doll)

Estimated sale price: $283,668 – $361,032
Final sale price: $283,668

2. Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup II (set of 10)

Estimated sale price: $193,410 – $257,880
Final sale price: $345,559

1. Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup I (set of 10)

Estimated sale price: $283,668 – $386,820
Final sale price: $407,450

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