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NEW YORK — Famille verte porcelain has been highly prized since it was developed in China during the Kangxi period (1661-1722). The best pieces were reserved for the emperor and the royal court, but many fine examples made their way to discriminating buyers in the late 17th to the early 18th century.
NEW YORK – Doyle’s Asian Works of Art auction on March 22 saw bidders from around the globe competing for porcelains, bronzes, jades, snuff bottles, pottery, scholar’s objects, furniture and paintings from prominent collections and estates. Scheduled during Asia Week New York, this highly-anticipated sale presented the arts of China, Japan and elsewhere in Asia […]
NEW YORK – Lladro, a Spanish firm best known for its art porcelain, has opened a store in New York, the first in the US with the brand’s new immersive, experience-driven concept dedicated to its most groundbreaking creative designs and collaborations.
NEW YORK – Doyle‘s auction of Asian Works of Art on September 21 saw determined competition driving exceptional prices throughout the sale. Part of Asia Week New York for Autumn 2022, this highly-anticipated auction presented the arts of China, Japan and throughout Asia spanning the Neolithic Period through the 20th century. Showcased were exquisite porcelains, bronzes, […]