Interested in Asian Art?…Sotheby’s New York is holding Asian Art Auction this March

Saturday at Sotheby’s: Asian Art

by Erik Weinbrecht


This Saturday, March 19th at 10 AM EST, Sotheby’s New York will hold their Saturday at Sotheby’s: Asian Art auction as part of Asia Week. Following the success of last year’s two Saturday at Sotheby’s sales, this season’s offering will include not only Indian, Himalayan, Southeast Asian, Japanese and Chinese works of art as before, but has also expanded to include Korean works.

Estimates range from $200 – $40,000 and will feature over 350 lots of decorative and collectible Asian art, including Qing dynasty porcelain from an Asian private collection; Asian art from the collection of A. Alfred Taubman; property from a prominent American family; and other private collections. The sale will include Qing dynasty and Republic period porcelains, jades, snuff bottles, Japanese bronzes, Himalayan bronzes and thangkas, classical Chinese paintings and calligraphy, textiles, furniture and Korean pottery.

Browse some of the auction’s featured items below.

plateA Blue And White ‘Three Friends Of Winter’ Dish | Qianlong Seal Mark And Period | Estimate 10,000 — 15,000 USD

screenA Kano School ‘Flower Carts’ Six-Panel Screen | Late Edo Period | Estimate 12,000 — 18,000 USD

tableA Hardwood Corner-Leg Long Table | Qing Dynasty | Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 USD


A Large Cloisonne Enamel Baluster-Form Vase | Qing Dynasty, 19th Century | Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 USD

Browse the entire auction’s offerings here

Erik Weinbrecht | March 17, 2016 at 2:00 pm | URL:

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