Washington Spring Asian Antique & Jewelry #73By Capitoline Auction Gallery | Maryland Aug 17, 2019 10:00 EDT
Capitoline Auction Gallery delivers ancient Asian art forms, such as Chinese antique handmade kesi embroidery, which have long been preserved as an unbroken tradition over many years. Its value surpasses all other antiques with the estimation of $2,000. Much of the auction items, including monochromatic celadon glazed Cong vase along with famille rose porcelain vase embellished with birds and florals, are reflective of the richness of Asian culture.
During Qianlong dynasty, the idea of artistry was developed to the degree that it is now considered as the classical period in Chinese art history. Bringing forward an epitome from that era, Washington Spring Asian Antique & Jewelry #73 auction holds Imperial yellow ground green dragon vase for someone looking for a conversation-starter piece. Visit Bidsquare to go through the rest of the amusing catalog.
# of Lots:379
Price Range:$30 - $2,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|CHINESE ANTIQUE HANDMADE KESI EMBROIDERY||
|FINE CHINESE ANTIQUE CELADON GLAZED CONG VASE||
|A CHINESE ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE FIGURES MOONFLASK VASE. MARKED||
|IMPERIAL CHINESE YELLOW GROUND GREEN DRAGON VASE - QIANLONG||
|A OLD ROSEWOOD BRUSHPOT. 19C||
|A FINE CHINESE ANTIQUE FAMILL ROSE PORCELAIN VASE, MARKED.||
- Asian Furniture
- Asian Works Of Art
- Ceramics and Pottery
- Prints & Multiples
- Sculptures & Carvings
- Snuff Bottles
- Capitoline Auction Gallery
- celadon glazed cong vase
- Chinese antique
- dragon vase
- famille rose
- handmade kesi embroidery
- Imperial Chinese
- moonflask vase
- porcelain vase
- rosewood brushpot
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