It was in the autumn of 2012 that China Guardian (HK) held its first auctions in Hong Kong. Under the support of the general collecting community and friends both old and new, the auctions achieved great success with total sales reaching HKD 450 million. The events were such a sensation that they are probably still fresh in many people's minds. Five years on, China Guardian (HK) is now firmly established in Hong Kong, bringing the local art market to a new level with the backup of an enterprising and persevering professional team.
To mark our fifth anniversary (the China Guardian Year), China Guardian Hogn Kong 2017 Autumn Auctions will be held in the Hong Kong Convention Centre this year.
Middle Qing Period
A Large Finely Carved Zitan Ivory-inset 'Landscape and Figures' Floor Screen
201 × 95.5 × 48.8 cm.
Estimated Price: HKD 4,500,000 - 6,000,000
Auction Result: HKD 6,555,000
Early Qing Period
A Huanghuali Six-posted Canopy Bed
200 × 219 × 149 cm.
Estimated Result: HKD 1,800,000 - 3,800,000
Auction Result: HKD 4,140,000
A Precious and Rare Agalloch
9.5 × 61 × 6.5 cm.
Estimate on Request
Auction Result: HKD 18,400,000
Late Ming / Early Qing Period
A Huanghuali Mirror Stand Wood
46.2 × 43.3 × 35.5 cm.
Estimated Price: HKD 160,000 - 240,000
Auction Result: HKD 782,000
A Zitan Square Incense Stand
38 × 38 × 90 cm.
Estimated Price: HKD 2,600,000 - 4,000,000
Auction Result: HKD 3,068,000
Early Qing Period
A Huanghuali Six-post Canopy Bed
232 × 160 × 222 cm.
Estimated Price: HKD 1,600,000 - 3,000,000
Auction Result: HKD 3,540,000
An Inlaid Zitan Table Screen
63 × 66 × 23 cm.
Estimated Price: HKD 680,000 - 1,000,000
Auction Result: HKD 2,183,000
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