During the Han dynasty, Chinese panel screens helped block chilly winds. However, with time, they became highly decorative as well as functional. Panel screens are today known as one of the most renowned Chinese decorative art forms. Ahlers & Ogletree’s upcoming Autumn Fine Estates & Collections sale of Asian decorative art presents a Chinese ten-panel carved wood screen. The panels depict a court scene at the center and figural scholar scenes at each end.
Famille rose was one of the most popular porcelain styles produced in 18th-century China. These porcelain pieces are known for their distinctive pink overglaze enamel. One pair of famille rose vases is available in the upcoming auction. The offered vases have double draped handles and insect, landscape, and floral decorations. Interested bidders can also find a Chinese Republican Era hexagonal vase and a yellow gold charm bracelet. View more of these lots and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Asian Works of Art (182), Ceramics and Pottery (129), Sculptures & Carvings (13), Paintings and Drawings (11)
# of Lots:192
Price Range:$200 - $12,000
Interesting lots include:
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|10 Panel Chinese Figural & Landscape Floor Screen|| Estimate: |
|Chinese Eight-Panel Famille Rose Floor Screen|| Estimate: |
|Pair, Republic Pd. Famille Rose Pear-Form Vases|| Estimate: |
|14k & 24k Yellow Gold Asian Motif Charm Bracelet|| Estimate: |
|Chinese 12 Panel Painted Court Scene Floor Screen|| Estimate: |