Asian antiques from different dynasties are presented in the upcoming auction by Eldred’s Auction. The Meiji period marked a period of transition in Japanese art. A Meiji era cloisonné enameled koro is a featured Japanese antique. The incense burner is decorated with shaded gold wire landscape by popular cloisonné artist Namikawa Yasuyuki. A Chinese imperial porcelain bowl from the Daoguang period is another highlight of the auction. The bell-shaped porcelain bowl painted with floral design on a yellow ground represents the Qing dynasty art form.
The auction also offers bronze, jade, and hardwood figurines of Chinese gods. Multiple Guanyin and Buddha statues are among the highest estimated artifacts. Paintings like the reprint of “Fuji on a Snowy Morning from Koishikawa” by painter Katsukawa Hokusai and others are a major part of the auction. Other collectibles include Famille rose porcelain articles, Chinese carved furniture, scrolls, screens, jade, and ivory artifacts. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Eldred’s Auction.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (905)
# of Lots:905
Price Range:$100 - $12,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Chinese imperial porcelain bowl|| Estimate: |
|Namikawa Yasuyuki cloisonné enamel covered koro|| Estimate: |
|Chinese Shishou bronze figure of seated Guanyin|| Estimate: |
|Chinese cloisonné enamel censer|| Estimate: |
|Meiji reprint of Fuji on a Snowy Morning from Koishikawa by Katsukawa Hokusai|| Estimate: |