05 mars 2018

Nicholas Grindley at Asia Week New York, 15-24 march 2018

A naturalistic boxwood (huangyangmu) scholar’s object formed as a section of branch carved with two crickets, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 18th century; length, 19.8 cm / 7 3/4 in height  6.8 cm / 2 1/2 in © Nicholas Grindley A catalpa wristrest carved as a qin zither, inlaid with camel-bone roundels. Chinese, Early Qing dynasty, 19th century. Catalpa (qiumu) wood with camel bone inlay. © Nicholas Grindley An adjustable folding yokeback chair. Late Ming–early Qing dynasty, 16th–17th... [Lire la suite]

10 mars 2015

Nicholas Grindley Works of Art Ltd at Asia Week New York 2015

Pair of Lokapala Heads, China, Tang Dynasty (618-907) or Five Dynasties (907-960). Nicholas Grindley Works of Art Ltd at Asia Week New York 2015.  China. Ming dynasty, Wanli period, dated 1619. Lacquer, filled-in and engraved qiangjin technique. Diameter: 15 inches (38.2 cm). Nicholas Grindley Works of Art Ltd at Asia Week New York 2015.   A huangyangmu (boxwood) hexagonal foliate brushpot. Qing dynasty, 18th century, probably Qianlong period (1736 – 1795). Height: 12.5 cm / 4... [Lire la suite]
06 avril 2013

Huanghuali and huangyangmu lounging chair with dragon-panel rails. Kangxi Period, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)

Huanghuali and huangyangmu lounging chair with dragon-panel rails. Kangxi Period, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Photo China Guardian 80.6×74.9×142.2 cm. Estimate: HKD 6,000,000-9,000,000. Unsold China Guardian. Hong Kong 2013 Spring Auctions. Classic Furniture of Ming and Qing Dynasties. Chinese Furniture from Hung’s Collection - www.cguardian.com
10 mars 2012

A small boxwood (huangyangmu) carving of a finger citron, 18th century

  Lot 1203. A small boxwood (huangyangmu) carving of a finger citron, 18th century; 3¾ in. (9.5 cm.) long. Estimate $18,000 - $22,000. Price realised USD 23,750. © Christie's Images Ltd 2012 Well carved as a multi-fingered Buddha's hand citron borne on a gnarled stem, with incised details, Japanese wood box.  Provenance; Gregg Baker, London, no. 594.  Christie's. Auspicious Treasures for Scholars and Emperors: Selections from the Robert H. Blumenfield... [Lire la suite]