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The highlight of this sale is a Chinese Qing Huanghuali six-post canopy bed with an estimate of $800,000-$1,200,000. The posts of the rare bed are joined by a low railing of 12 open-work carved panels depicting chi-dragons and characters for longevity.
Joining the Huanghuali bed is a large selection of Chinese Cultural Revolution carvings, impressive collection of ivory, beautiful jade and diamond jewelry, high quality jade, a late Ming-early Qing rhinoceros horn libation cup, Japanese wakazashi and tango swords from the Meiji period, and Qing Famille Rose porcelain.
Featured will be a Chinese Ming bronze Buddha’s head raised on a wood stand (est.: $50,000-$80-000), a rare Chinese Qing carved red coral figure depicting a Guanyin standing on a flying dragon (est.: $10,000-$15,000), a Chinese carved polychrome ivory nine-dragon wall panel (est. $20,000-$30,000), and a pair of platinum, diamond and green jadeite earrings mounted with a pair of mottled green translucent natural jadeite cabochons encircled by 62 round brilliant-cut diamonds (est.: $9,000-$14,000).
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