Sotheby’s, London, will soon be hosting an exhibition of fine porcelain, bronze, and jade.
The show is part of their inaugural “St George Street Sale of Chinese Art”. The works on exhibit brings together several private collections of porcelain, bronze, and jade. The collection on view consists of a lime-green ground famille rose cup with Daoguang seal mark and period. The rose cup is enameled in shades of rose-pink, blue, green, yellow, and red with four gilded shou characters. Apart from cups other objects such as vases, jars, animal figurines, and porcelain dishes are also on display. A Daoguang seal mark and period blue and white 'flower scroll' dish acquired in Shanghai or Tianjin in the 1930s along with a Qing dynasty, 19th century, carved celadon jade ruyi scepter are also part of the auction.
Sotheby’s is the first international auction house to expand from London to New York (1955). It is also the first auction house to have conducted sales in Hong Kong (1973), India (1992) and France (2001). It has been a major contributor in the art market since 1744. Today, Sotheby conducts its auctions in 10 different salesrooms in countries such as New York, London, Hong Kong, and Paris. The auction house has a global network of 80 offices in 40 countries. It is the oldest company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (BID).
Sotheby’s “St George Street Sale: Chinese Art” viewing of lots will run from November 4 – 9, 2017. The auction will take place on November 10, 2017, at Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond Street, London W1A 2AA UK.
For details, visit: http://www.sothebys.com/en.html
Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the exhibition.