Auctions at Showplace to Hold NYC Asia Week Estate Auction on March 21
March 18, 2021 at 09:01 AM EDT
On March 21, Auctions at Showplace will hold NYC Asia Week Estate Auction featuring 280 lots of Asian fine and decorative arts, jewelry, furniture, and more.
(PRUnderground) March 18th, 2021
On March 21, Auctions at Showplace will hold NYC Asia Week Estate Auction featuring 280 lots of Asian fine and decorative arts, jewelry, furniture, cinnabar boxes, pottery and porcelain, ancient jade ax blades, and lamps, including pieces from the estate of a famous Chinese musician. The upcoming sale will also feature American and European paintings, fine art prints, silver, fashion jewelry, and many more. NYC Asia Week Estate Auction will start at 12 pm EDT. Online bidding is already open.
Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage in NYC’s NoMad Design District is often called a paradise for art collectors for its exceptional selection of fine and decorative art, lighting, collectibles, and an impressive range of antique, vintage, and mid-century modern furniture pieces. The renowned Showplace Design Center is currently home to over 250 dealers and galleries specializing in all sorts of artwork and antiques, all of which are presented in one place. Besides, Showplace conducts bi-weekly estate auctions accessible both in person at the Design Center location and online. The next live auction titled NYC Asia Week Estate Auction will be held this Sunday, March 21.
NYC Asia Week Estate Auction will feature an amazing selection of Asian art and design, along with a range of American and European items from private collections. The top lot of the upcoming sale is the oil on panel painting “Musician” by the Italian artist Cesare Auguste Detti. It is estimated at $8,000-12,000. Other notable fine art pieces include Gyula Tornai’s “The Moroccan Bride” (estimated at $5,000-7,000), Pietro Paolini’s landscape painting of an architectural capriccio (estimated at $4,000-6,000), and Philips Wouwerman’s “Men on Horseback” (estimated at $1,500-3,000).
Among other highlights of the sale is a set of three Chinese ink paintings of Luohan from the late Qing dynasty (pictured). It is estimated at $4,000-6,000. The auction will also feature a gorgeous selection of Asian vases, jade blades, porcelain, pottery, sculptures, lacquer boxes, carpets, silk panels, furniture, screens, pots, lamps, and many more. The estimated cost of the items ranges from $200 to $6,000, meaning that there is something for any taste and budget.
The selection of jewelry presented at NYC Asia Week Estate Auction includes a vintage Etruscan Revival 18k yellow gold and Tahitian baroque black pearl necklace (estimated at $4,000-6,000), a 14k white gold and diamond tennis bracelet (estimated at $3,000-5,000), a vintage 18k white gold brooch decorated with colored sapphires, diamonds, and peridots (estimated at $2,000-4,000), and a vintage Italian 14k yellow gold Byzantine woven necklace (estimated at $2,500-3,500), among others.
NYC Asia Week Estate Auction is one of the most anticipated Showplace auctions this spring, so be sure to place a bid to be in the running for some truly amazing items.
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