NEW YORK, NY.-
Lark Mason Associates, one of the six participating auction houses participating in Asia Week New York, is presenting a pre-sale exhibition at his sales room, at 229 East 120th Street through March 23.
The online sale commences March 26 through April 16, 2019 at www.igavelauctions.com
The auction preview includes a selection of 110 works representative of most periods of Chinese art dating from the Shang through the Qing dynasty from a private collection purchased from prominent galleries in New York and London. In addition to this outstanding group are works in jade, wood, metalwork, stone and porcelain, including a Large Zitan Dragon Carved Cabinet, dating to the middle Qing period estimated at $80,000-120,000; a Rare Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Tray, Yuan Dynasty estimated at $70,000-90,000; an Imperial Celadon Jade Ruyi Scepter, Qianlong/ Jiaqing incised with a poem by the Qianlong emperor, estimated at $50,000-80,000; an Impressive Chinese Carved and Polychrome Wood Figure of Avalokiteshvara, 14th century, property of a Swiss collector purchased from the Ian Woodner Collection, purchased in France in the 1960s; and a Pair of Imperial Famille Rose Enamel Decorated Miniature Porcelain Jars and Covers, Qianlong seal marks in gold, estimated at $40,000-60,000.
Says Lark Mason, who was the chairman of Asia Week New York in 2016 and 2017, This is the largest celebration of Asian art in the United States, Asia Week New York gives collectors and enthusiasts alike and were delighted to vie them the chance to view and purchase fantastic works of art.
These five pieces and many others will be on view from 10am to 4pm (closed Sundays).