With a diverse selection of nearly 1200 Chinese, Korean, and Japanese decorative arts and antiques, the Asian sale offers a wide selection of material that will generate excitement for both collectors and interior designers alike.
Porcelain offerings include a 20th century red and blue Chinese dish depicting dragons (lot 58, estimated between $500 and $700), a pair of small 20th century Chinese covered cups decorated with diverse roundels (lot 28, $500 to $700), a 19th century Chinese red bowl with reverse bamboo design (lot 69, $600 to $800), and a pair of small, 20th century Chinese yellow Famille Rose dishes decorated with bats (lot 31, $500 to $800).
Furniture highlights include a 20th century Chinese tapered cabinet (lot 480, $1,000 to $1,200) and a low Kang table (lot 490, $300 to $500).
A fine group of paintings and calligraphy will be offered, including a pair of Chinese scrolls in the manner of Yu Youren (lot 200, $2,000 to $2,500) and a Chinese hanging scroll in the manner of Zhang Daqian depicting a landscape (lot 205, $800 to $1,000).
Notable objects include a bronze, four-faced, eight-armed figure of Buddha seated on a single lotus throne (lot 299, $800 to $1,000).
For information contact Judith Dowling, director Asian Works of Art, Skinner Inc., email email@example.com or phone 508-970-3255.
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