7 Press Releases

Tag: Kangxi period

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    Showplace Antique + Design Center Offers Asian Art in its New York City Estate Auction

    Emperor Kangxi (1654-1722) was the longest-reigning emperor of China. One of the cornerstones of his tenure was the rejuvenation of porcelain manufacturing. He oversaw the reopening of imperial factories, which had been dormant for 60 years. Featured in the New York City Estate Auction, presented by Showplace Antique + Design…

    Durand Feathered Art Glass Vase
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    Fine Estate Auction Presents: July Estate Auction

    Kangxi, the fourth emperor of China’s Qing dynasty, was one of the longest-reigning and most powerful Chinese emperors in history. A significant achievement in the porcelain from the Kangxi period is the mastery of underglaze copper red pigments. Among the earliest pieces successfully fired in the era were porcelains painted…

    Japanese Inlaid Iron Miniature Vase, By Komai Workshop of Kyoto
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    Estate Auction

    Thos. Cornell Galleries, Ltd. presents a selection of furniture, decorative arts, and antiques in the upcoming Estate Auction. Among the available French, American, and English furniture pieces, an English Regency-style rosewood cabinet is a highlight. The marble top cabinet bears an ornament of painted metal instead of a carving, which…

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    Chinese Export Art Featuring the Tibor Collection, Part II

    The second part the Tibor Collection, available in the upcoming Chinese Export Art auction offered by Christie’s, provides a range of porcelain and paintings from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. The artistic styles presented in this sale range across the Kangxi, Qianlong, and Wanli empires. Among the key lots…

    Chinese Export Art Featuring the Tibor Collection, Part II
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    Washington Fall Asian Antique & Jewelry #75

    Explore Asian antiques and jewelry items in the upcoming Washington, DC sale offered by Capitoline Auction Gallery. Wucai is a Chinese technique of decorating porcelain with five colors. The origin of Wucai porcelain dates back to the Ming period. This sale will feature a Wucai vase from the later Kangxi…

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    Washington Fall Asian Week Antique & Jewelry #74

    The upcoming Washington Fall Asian Week Antique & Jewelry #74 sale by Capitoline Auction Gallery features several important estate finds includes collections from former diplomats and statesmen.  The presence of Imperial famille-rose(rose family) porcelain or wares help to distinguish the auction as an important sale of Chinese decorative art.   Famille-rose…

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    Pavilion Online: Chinese Art

    Christie’s Pavilion Online: Chinese Art auction offers centuries of art in one location. Largely stemming from the collection of Quek Kiok Lee acquired during the 1960s through the 1980s, this auction is particularly good for the collector wishing to add Imperial Era pieces.  Highlights include a Tang Dynasty sancai-glazed camel,…

    PR-228 Pavilion Online Chinese Art by Christies