08 juillet 2021

A jade ge-halberd blade, Shang dynasty (1600-1100 BC)

Lot 3157. A jade ge-halberd blade, Shang dynasty (1600-1100 BC); 83⁄8 in. (21.3 cm.) long, box. Estimate HKD 20,000 - HKD 30,000. Price realised HKD 75,000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2021 Provenance: Acquired from Chang Wei-Hwa & Company, Taipei, in 1995. Christie's. Pavilion Online – Chinese Art, Hong Kong, 27 May - 11 June 2021
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18 novembre 2020

For The Season of Masterpieces and Collections Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art Presents Four Themed Sales

  © Christie's Images Ltd 2020. HONG KONG - Christie’s Hong Kong Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art auctions will take place on 30 November with four dedicated themed auctions — Imperial Glories From The Springfield Museums Collection, The Chang Wei-Hwa Collection of Archaic Jades, Inspiring The Mind — Life Of A Scholar – Official, and Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art. Chi Fan Tsang, Deputy Chairman, Specialist Head of Department, commented, “We are privileged to be presenting some of the finest works through... [Lire la suite]
05 novembre 2020

Jade from a Princely Collection sold at Christie's London, 3 November 2020

Christie’s is delighted to bring to the market this exquisite group of archaic jades from the Baron and Baroness von Oertzen Collection, all of which were acquired by current owner from the Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art auction in London, 4 November 2008.The late Baroness Irene von Oertzen (1908-2007) and her husband Baron Klaus-Detlof von Oertzen (1894 - 1991), were passionate collectors of Chinese art, and together they amassed a remarkable collection of great scope and quality, particularly with regards to Chinese jade... [Lire la suite]
14 août 2019

A large partially altered pale greyish-white jade ge-halberd blade, Early Western Zhou dynasty, circa 1200-1100 BC

Lot 1259. A large partially altered pale greyish-white jade ge-halberd blade, Early Western Zhou dynasty, circa 1200-1100 BC, together with an altered grey-green jade cong, Neolithic period, Liangzhu culture, 3rd millenium BC. Blade 15¾ in. (40 cm.) long, cong 3 5/8 in. (9.1 cm.) square. Estimate USD 7,000 - USD 9,000. Price realised USD 22,500. © Christie's Image Ltd 2010. With median ridge and softly beveled edges extending to the asymmetrical point, the edges of the blade sharply... [Lire la suite]
17 février 2017

A bronze Ge-halberd blade, Late Shang Dynasty, 12th-11th Century BC

Lot 809. A bronze Ge-halberd blade, Late Shang Dynasty, 12th-11th Century BC. Estimate USD 5,000 - USD 7,000. Price realised USD 18,750. © Christie's Images Ltd 2017. The curved butt is crisply cast on each side with a recessed design of a humanoid face shown in profile below a headdress or upswept hair, and the nei is pierced with a single hafting hole. The tapered blade is heavily encrusted. 15 ¼ in. (38.8 cm.) long Provenance: Lester Wolfe Collection, New York, by... [Lire la suite]
17 juin 2010

A rare ceremonial ge-halberd, West Zhou period; a mirror, Eastern Han dynasty & a "lion and grapevine" mirror, Tang dynasty

A extremely rare ceremonial ge-halberd and a mirror, China © 2010 Nagel - Auctions the ge-halberd West Zhou period (ca. 1021-771 BC) and the mirror Eastern Han dynasty (25-220 AD); the ge-halberd is decorated on both sides in low relief and in a reserve on the tang - .21,7/D.18,3 cm - Estimate 1 500 € Sold 2 400 € A large and heavy "lion and grapevine" mirror, Tang dynasty (618-907) © 2010 Nagel - Auctions carefully and crisply cast with lion-like animals among grapevine in the centre around a crouching... [Lire la suite]