Christie's Art d'Asie 12/12/19
Exceptional Chinese, Southeast Asian and Japanese works of art come to auction at Christie's Paris this December. Our Chinese section features a superb selection of Qing dynasty pieces, headlined by a very rare and magnificent twelve-panel coromandel lacquel screen dating from the Qing dynasty, Kangxi period.
Other highlights include a rare and important alter table, Qiatou’an dating from the 17th century, a large Qiangjin and Tianqi decorated ‘Dragon’ lacquer cabinet from the Qing dynasty and a rare pair of imperial cinnabar lacquer floral-lobed boxes and stands from the Qing dynasty, Qianlong period.
Amongst the fine pieces from distinguished private European collections on offer, collectors also have the opportunity to acquire a rare and important finely carved spinach green brush pot from the Qing dynasty, a parcel-gilt silver Cakrasamvara shrine, from the Qing dynasty and a very rare and important bronze ‘dragon and phoenix’ vajra, from the Yuan dynasty.