The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong is delighted to announce a preview of highlights of Christie’s Spring sales of Chinese ceramics and works of arts with Pola Antebi. Amongst the highlights of the auction are a selection of magnificent Chinese treasures, including a rare large Doucai vase, an exquisite imperial ruby red–ground Falangcai- enamelled ‘Indian Lotus’ wine cup and a fine famille rose fahua-style jar and cover. The porcelain pieces in this sale offer a kaleidoscopic view of the wide-ranging and varied techniques of the Chinese porcelain-making traditions of the 18th century, following the technological and aesthetic advances of the Song and Ming Dynasties. Each piece is a fine example of their type, boasting the most innovative production techniques, which have allowed
them to stand the test of time and be considered masterpieces of Chinese art at present.
Pola Antebi is Deputy Chairman and International Director of Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art at Christie’s Hong Kong. Her areas of expertise include Imperial ceramics, jades and works of art from the Yuan to the Qing periods.
Members are reminded that as the preview takes place before the public are admitted, this event is strictly limited to current members only. A limited number of places are available and pre-registration is required. Drop-ins will not be entertained. Members are further reminded that photography is not ordinarily permitted. Also, Please note that visitors are required to wear a face mask, receive temperature screening, sanitize hands with rubbing alcohol provided, and register / use the LeaveHomeSafe application to scan the venue QR code at the temperature screening station prior to entry.