Hindman auction highlights Asian works of art Sept. 24

Asian works of art

Rare and fine Imperial folding fan, Qianlong period (1736-1799). Estimate: $30,000-$50,000. Hindman image

CHICAGO – Hindman’s auction of Chinese and Southeast Asian works of art on Sept. 24 offers features Qing Dynasty porcelain and Ming and Qing Dynasty jade, as well as 18th/19th century Himalayan gilt bronze figures. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.

Also offered is a rare and fine imperial folding fan (above) from the Qianlong period, a pair of embroidered silk round fans from the Qing imperial court and a collection of Chinese fine books and manuscripts from the C.T. Loo library.

Asian works of art

A fine pale celadon jade table screen, 19th century, 11 7/8in high x 12 1/8in wide x 4½in deep. Estimate: $10,000-$15,000. Hindman image

Among all the fine pieces, highlights include a rare copy of the Bogu tulu kaozheng, dated from the Ming dynasty and with exceptional provenance from the private libraries of Sheng Xuanhuai, C.T. Loo and Cheng Bofen, as well as a selection of important foundational works informing the study and collection of Chinese art in the early 20th century.

Asian works of art

Famille rose porcelain bottle vase, 12in high, Jiaqing mark. Estimate: $20,000-$25,000. Hindman image

For details contact Hindman’s Client Services by calling 312-280-1212.


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