2017-05-28

Important Notice

Please note the following information regarding the Sale of China Guardian Hong Kong 2017 Spring Auctions:

 

Chinese Painting and Calligraphy from the Four Seas

  1. Lot 48 ‘ Shi Qian in Outlaws of the Marsh’ by Guan Liang has additional exhibition and publication, please refer to Chinese text.
  2. Lot 49 ‘ Wu Song in Outlaws of the Marsh’ by Guan Liang has additional exhibition and publication, please refer to Chinese text.
  3. Lot 104 ‘Calligraphy in seal script, Travelling among the Forest’ by Guan Shanyue and Kong Decheng  with a dedication to Mr. Lei Youyun, please refer to Chinese text.
  4. Lot 111 ‘Vegetables’ by Qi Baishi has additional provenance, please refer to Chinese text.
  5. Lot 202 ‘ Landscape after Wang Hui’ by Lu Shoukun has additional provenance, please refer to Chinese text.
  6. Lot 204 ‘ The Peacock’ by Gao Jianfu has additional publication, please refer to Chinese text.
  7. Lot 268 ‘ Calligraphy in Seal Script’ by Feng Kanghou, the estimate should be HKD 2,000-4,000
  8. Lot 269 ‘A Letter to Wu Ziyu’ by Xie Zhiliu, the estimate should be HKD 5,000-10,000
  9. Lot 279 ‘ The Letter’ by Yang Shanshen, the estimate should be HKD 10,000-20,000
  10. Lot 280 ‘ The Letter’ by Zhao Chunxiang, the estimate should be HKD 2,000-4,000
  11. Lot 281 ‘ The Letter’ by Xi Dejin, the estimate should be HKD 2,000-4,000
  12. Lot 344 ‘Calligraphy in Running Script’ by Zhao Puchu is 53x31cm.

 

Asian 20th Century and Contemporary Art

  1. Lot 606 ‘Girl’s Portrait’ by Shiy De-jinn is withdrawn.
  2. Lot 612 ‘Village within Old Trees’ by Hong Ling, the estimate should be HKD 450,000-600,000.
  3. Lot 623 ‘I am an Extraterrestrial,  Project for Meeting with Tenjin (Heavenly Gods): Project for Extraterrestrials No.4’ by Cai Guo-Qiang, the execution year should be 1990.

 

Classical Chinese Painting and Calligraphy

  1. Lot 446 ‘Landscape, Flowers and Calligraphy’, the estimate should be HKD20,000-40,000.
  2. Lot 467 ‘Ink  Plum Blossom’ by Jin Nong is withdrawn.
  3. Lot 446Calligraphy in Running-script ‘, the estimate should be HKD25,000-35,000.
  4. Lot 529 ‘ Landscapes’ by Tang Yin, should be album leaves and hanging scroll.
  5. Lot 551 ‘Red Leaves and Chrysanthemum’ by Hu Tiemei the estimate should be HKD8,000-12,000
  6. Lot 551 ‘Red Leaves and Chrysanthemum’ by Hu Tiemei  should be  ‘ink and colour on silk.
  7. Lot 549 ‘Offering’ by Bian Shoumin should be ink on satin.

 

Fine Chinese Ceramics And Works of Art

  1. Lot 783 A Rare Painted Cizhou ‘White Tiger’ Tiger Pillow , the estimate should be HKD 300,000-500,000.
  2. Lot 884 Please note that the condition report of this lot should be read as: a star crack on the base.
  3. Lot 955 Please note that the Chinese description of this lot should be read as: 金當盧四件.
  4. Lot 1055 Please note that the buyer of this lot needs to apply for the CITES in person.
  5. Lot 1077 Please note that this lot does not require a CITES.
  6. Lot 1113 Please note that the provenance of this lot should be read as: Dr. Wheeler Collection.
  7. Lot 1117 Please note that the present yixing teapot is signed by Yu Feng. A teapot in the K.S Lo Collection bearing the same inscription within a classic scroll border is illustrated by K.S. Lo in The Stonewares of Yixing -  From the Ming period to the Present Day, London, 1986, p. 155, pl.83. The author suggests that the use of Manchu script within a scroll border is likely to indicate that both the K.S. Lo teapot and the present teapot were made for Manchu officials.
  8. Lot 1118 Please note that the English description of this lot should be read as: A group of 12 Chinese Art catalogues.
  9. Lot 1119 Please note that the English description of this lot should be read as: A Group of 151 Issues of Orientations.

 

Classic Furniture of the Ming and the Qing Dynasties

  1. Lot 646 Early Qing Period ‘A Huanghuali Waisted Side Table’, the estimate should be HKD 600,000-800,000.
  2. Lot 647 Early Qing Period ‘A Huanghuali Waisted Incense Stand’, the estimate should be HKD 400,000-600,000.
  3. Lot 649 Early Qing Period ‘A Huanghuali Dressing Case’ is withdrawn.
  4. Lot 650 Qing Dynasty ‘A Set of Huanghuali Stools’, the estimate should be HKD 200,000-300,000.
  5. Lot 651 Early Qing Period ‘Eight Huanghuali Screens with Dragon Pattern’ is withdrawn.
  6. Lot 652 ‘A Pair of Huanghuali Southern Official’s Hat Armchairs’ is withdrawn.
  7. Lot 654 Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China ‘A Huanghuali Flat-Top-Narrow Recessed-Leg Table’ is withdrawn.

 

Classic Furniture of the Hung Collection

  1. Lot 694 Kangxi Period ‘A Huanghuali Round Corner Cabinet’ is withdrawn.

 

Virtue & Purity - A Selection Of Fine Chinese Jade Carvings

  1. Lot 1143 Western Han Dynasty 202 BC-AD 8‘A CELADON JADE FIGURAL PENDANT OF A DANCER’, the condition should be ‘restoration, one arm and torso area have both been repaired’.
  2. Lot 1217 Han - Song Dynasty 206 BC - AD 1279‘TEN JADE CARVINGS OF CICADAS’  , one of the cicadas should be made of glass.
  3. Lot 1224 A GROUP OF FOUR JADE PENDANTS, the condition should be ‘some pieces have little chips, one of the pendants has a minor repair on the rim’.
  4. Lot 1249 Western Zhou Dynasty 1046-771 BCA WHITE AND RUSSET JADE ‘PHOENIX’ PENDANT, the condition should be ‘some areas of restoration’.
  5. Lot 1300 Han Dynasty 202 BC-AD 220A RARE ALTERED WHITE AND OPAQUE BEIGE JADE VASEZUN, the condition should be ‘some areas of restoration’.
  6. Lot 1304 Qing Dynasty, 18th Century ‘A YELLOW JADE BRUSHWASHER’ is withdrawn.
  7. Lot 1457 Qing Dynasty, 18th Century ‘A CELADON JADE PEACH-FORM BRUSHWASHER’ has two additional provenances: Christie's Rome, 1974, lot 204;Christie's Paris, 21 December 2009, lot 334.
  8. Lot 1464 Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) ‘A PALE CELADON  JADE RETICULATED FLORAL PENDANT’, the estimate should be HKD 40,000-60,000.


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