Please note the following information regarding the Sale of China Guardian Hong Kong 2015 Autumn Auctions:
20th Century and Contemporary Chinese Art
Lot 6 Shiy Dejinn “Mountain Obscured by A Cloud”: Please be noted that this work is withdrawn from the auction.
Lot 13 Zao Wou-Ki “4.9.74”: Please be noted that this work has an additional information regarding certificate: This work is accompanied by the certificate of authenticity signed by the artist’s espouse.
Lot 24 Ju Ming “Tachi Series – Turn Stomp”: The “certificate of authenticity issued by Juming Museum” mentioned in the catalogue is in fact the examination report issued by Nonprofit Organization Juming Culture and Education Foundation, which proves this work to be genuine.
Lot 41 Ye Yongqing “Bird”: The estimate of this work should be HKD 150,000 – 200,000
Lot 54 Zhang Yu “2015.11.2”: This work was exhibited in Joint Solo Exhibition of Zhang Yu and Sohan Qadri held by Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York, USA in December 2011.
Exquisite Chinese Inlaid Bronzes of Fashion and Glamour from the Feng Wen Tang Collection
Lot 87 Warring States Period to Western Han Dynasty, 5th Century BC – 1st Century Gold and Silver-Inlaid Bronze Umbrella Handles: the estimates change to: HKD 80, 000-150, 000.
Lot 88 Warring States Period to Western Han Dynasty, 5th Century BC – 1st Century A pair of Gold and Silver-Inlaid Bronze Hook-Shaped Accessories: the estimates change to: HKD 50, 000-80, 000.
Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art
Lot 186 The lot name should be A Pair of Bronze Ritual ‘Phoenix’Food Vessels, Li
Lot 220 The condition is updated to slightly repair in the mouth rim.
Lot 331 The lot is withdrawn.
Lot 332 The provenance of the lot is the private collection of Mr. Nezu, which was sold in 1943.
Lot 334 The provenance of the lot is the private collection of Mr. Nezu, which was sold in 1943.
Lot 446 The quantity of the lot should be a set of twenty pieces.
Classic Furniture of Ming and Qing Dynasties
Lot 628 “Late Ming Period Table Cabinet Huanghuali Wood”: the size should be: 34cm(W) x 32cm(H) x 28cm(D).
Lot 632 “Early Qing Period Gnarled Brushpot Zitan Wood”: the size should be 24cm(W) x 19cm(H) x 28cm(D).
Yu Xiang – Collection from Japanese Bamboo Art
Lot 691 the family name of the artist should be “Iizuka.
Lot 694 the lot name should be “Lingyun Flower Basket with Handle”.
Chinese Painting and Calligraphy from the Four Seas
Lot 755 ‘Motto in Cursive Script’ by Yu Youren, the size should be 4.2 ft2 .
Lot 798 ‘Landscape and Calligraphy ‘by Pu Ru has an additional publication: Please refer to Chinese version.
Lot 989 the format for ‘Shrimps’ by Qi Baishi should be mounted for framing.
Lot 1000 ‘Yu Long Mountain’ by Wu Guanzhong has an additional publication: Please refer to Chinese version.
Lot 1003 ‘Switzerland Landscape’ by Zhang Daqian should be painted in 1968.
Lot 1005 ‘Landscape’ by Liu Guosong, is authenticated by the artist himself on September 29th, 2015. The estimate should be HKD100,000-150,000.
Lot 1029 ‘Zhong Kui’ by Pu Ru is withdrawn from this auction.
Lot 1031 ‘Walking in Rain’ by Cheng Shifa has an additional publication: Please refer to Chinese version.
Lot 1135 ‘Hermit under Pine’ by Su Renshan has an additional publication: Please refer to Chinese version.
Lot 1153 the format for ‘Cat’ by Cao Kejia and Song Junfang should be mounted for framing.
Lot 1268 ‘Luofu Mountains’ by Wang Hui, the estimate should be HKD6,000,000-7,000,000.
Grace from Dafengtang Studio－Painting and Calligraphy by Chang Dai-chien and his school
Lot 972 ‘Photo’ by Hu Chongxian additional remarks should be: Collected by Mr. Yang Rude.
Lot 973 ‘Photo’ by Hu Chongxian additional remarks should be: Important collector from Taiwan.
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