Wang Bingrong

Wang Bingrong. A magnificent unglazed, carved porcelain brush pot. China, 1820-1860. Height: 7 3/8 inches (18.7 cm). Diameter: 8 3/8 inches (21.3 cm). Asian Art Studio at Asia Week New York 2015.

(left) A glass snuff bottle, carved in imitation of aquamarine

(left) A glass snuff bottle, carved in imitation of aquamarine. Imperial, attributed to the Palace Workshops, Beijing. 1750-1795. Height: 2 inches (4.9 cm)(right) Aquamarine snuff bottle, incised with lotus and butterflies and carved with an integral stand. Probably Imperial, attributed to the Palace Workshops. 1750-1800. Height: 1 3/4 inches (4.5cm) . Asian Art Studio at Asia Week New York 2015

An magnificent gilt-bronze repousse figure of the Sixth Panchen Lama, seated on a decorated double pillow base

An magnificent gilt-bronze repousse figure of the Sixth Panchen Lama, seated on a decorated double pillow base. Tibeto-Chinese, 18th century. Height: 14 3/4 inches (37.5 cm). Asian Art Studio at Asia Week New York 2015

A pair of extremely rare and magnificent Imperial spinach green jade screens, Late Qianlong

A pair of extremely rare and magnificent Imperial spinach green jade screens, with etched and gilded Buddhist figures on one side and Daoist figures on the reverse. With inscription "Respectfully Painted by Your Majesty's Servant Zhao Bingchong". Late Qianlong era. Height: 16 1/4 in (40.5cm); Width: 15 1/4 in (38.3cm). Asian Art Studio at Asia Week New York 2015

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