Since 1368, the Ming Dynasty has been recognized for its significant drama, literature, porcelain, artifacts, and more. Centuries later, the dynasty’s finest art and relics continue to impress auctioneers and collectors alike. From the abundance of such pieces comes one notable and interesting item: A Cinnabar dragon dish. Presented in the upcoming Fall 2019 Live Online Auction offered by Elder’s Fine Art & Antiques, the dish dates back to the Jia Jing period of the Chinese Ming Dynasty. Being one of the sale’s most valuable items, the dish might intrigue viewers with its carved, sinuous dragons and mysterious history.
Along with Asian art and antiques, a variety of categories that buyers can explore includes collectibles, fine art, furniture, and jewelry. One piece from Martin Lewis, Drypoint Misty Night, Danbury, is highlighted with its realistic portrayal of a dark and rainy street scene. Other notable items include a pair of 18th-century silver candlesticks and a moving wood engraving by artist Rockwell Kent. Over 275 items are included in this collection, ranging in estimate from $75 – $30,000. To view the complete catalog and register for online bidding, visit Invaluable.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art, Collectibles (7), Decorative Art (53), Fine Art (81), Furniture (38), Jewelry (18)
# of Lots:287
Price Range:$75 - $30,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Chinese Ming Dynasty Jiajing period (1522-1566) Cinnabar Dragon Dish|| Estimate: |
|Martin Lewis (American 1883-1962) Drypoint Misty Night, Danbury|| Estimate: |
|Neil Welliver (American 1929-2005) Oil on Canvas Untitled|| Estimate: |
|Pair of English 18th C. Silver Candlesticks|| Estimate: |
|Rockwell Kent A.N.N.A. (American 1882-1971) Wood Engraving The Abyss|| Estimate: |