Auctionata Asian Works Of Art Sept 2015
Starting on September 21, 2015, Auctionata will conduct a three part Asian works of art auction via their live stream technology that can be viewed and heard via the internet, where bidders can participate as though they are right in the room.
The three sales will comprise a fine select offering of Neolithic to Qing Dynasty jades and a two part Asian Art sale including a fine selection of early Tang pottery, Yuan Jun wares, fine porcelains, carved snuff bottles and coral, lacquer boxes, more jades, bronzes and paintings.
To contact Auctionata,they have offices in Berlin, Zürich, London and New York can be contacted for more information on buying and selling.
For this sale call Phone the Asian Department at +49 30 610 8061 30
and speak to:
Magnificent Chinese Jades – From Neolithic to Qing Dynasty
Sep 21, 2015, 6 am EDT
Total Starting Price €210,000
Allow us to take you on a journey of discovery to the fascinating world of jade carvings. An exclusive collection of very rare archaic jades is just one of many outstanding highlight in this auction, many of which date back to the origins of Chinese culture. Another exquisite jade collection from a private Viennese estate, containing treasures from the Qing dynasty, complements this very special auction.
Rare Asian Art
Sep 21, 2015, 10 am EDT
Total Starting Price €220,000
One of the highlights in this auction is a Wucai plate with Immortals, Wanli Mark & Period. Its characteristic colorful décor and its flawless condition will appeal to collectors worldwide. Yet another unique jewel in this sale are the impressive 19th century Mogul Pietra Dura Marble Fountain, which once presumably decorated the palace of an Indian Maharadscha, and a carved cinnabar lacquer circular box with scholars from the Ming Dynasty. Sinotibetan gilt bronze figures from China’s Golden Age, the Qianlong period (1736-1795), further emphasize this auction’s premium selection.
Asian Works of Art
Sep 22, 2015, 10 am EDT
Total Starting Price $340,000
Showcasing many fine examples of classic forms, this auction presents collectors with a wonderful opportunity to acquire traditional Asian artworks. In addition to porcelain, well-carved jades, and other dynastical works, the sale also features rare items such as a marbled-ware tripod censer, a Ming dynasty cinnabar lacquer dish, and a jue libation cup made of Japanese silver. A selection of works deaccessioned from an American museum round out the many notable offerings.
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