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80 món đồ sứ quý hiếm của các hoàng đế Trung Hoa từ thế kỷ 14-18 sẽ được mang ra bán đấu giá tại Hồng Kông. Mỗi món đồ này có trị giá ước tính từ nhiều triệu cho đến hàng chục triệu USD.

 (Sourse: Sotheby’, Christie’s) 

Một chiếc bình với hình những con gà lôi vàng từ triều đại nhà Thanh (1644-1911) trong buổi chụp ảnh giới thiệu các món đồ cổ sẽ được nhà đấu giá Sotheby mang ra bán đấu giá ở Trung tâm Hội nghị và Triển lãm Hồng Kông. Chiếc bình này cao khoảng 30cm, dáng thon với hình những con gà lôi vàng được định giá khoảng 23 triệu USD.


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Details of Qianlong enamel mark is seen on the "Falangcai Vase With Golden Pheasants and a Poetic Colophon" at a preview by auction house Sotheby's in Hong Kong .February 25, 2011.

 Falangcai Vase With Golden Pheasants


 a Poetic Colophon


 Motif: Nhất thi nhất họa

 Height: 20.3 cm

Những giây phút quyết liệt online tại đấu giá Quốc Tế Sotheby’s

HONG KONG – Sotheby’s announced today that it will offer in Hong Kong on the 7th April 2011 selections from one of the grandest collections of Chinese Art formed in the last century, The Meiyintang Collection. Assembled over a period of more than 50 years, The Meiyintang Collection is world-renowned for having brought together magnificent examples of Imperial Porcelain and the sale will bring to market iconic pieces from each of the main reigns from the 14th to the 18th centuries. A supreme highlight is a Falangcai (‘foreign colour’) vase with golden pheasants, Qing Dynasty, AD 1736-95, expected to sell in excess of HK$180 million/ US$23 million / £14 million (pictured). Around 80 lots, estimated to bring HK$630 to HK$940 million / US$81-121 million / £50-77 million*, will be offered in a special evening sale and will form the centerpiece of the Chinese Porcelain and Works of Art on offer during Sotheby’s Spring Sale Series in Hong Kong 2011.

Discussing the offering, Nicolas Chow, Deputy Chairman, Sotheby’s Asia & International Head of Sotheby’s Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art department, said: “The epitome of quality and rarity, The Meiyintang Collection was acquired piece by historic piece over the course of half a century. Discerning and disciplined, the collector sought only the most significant objects from each reign and worked closely with the foremost experts in the field, leading dealers E.T. Chow and Giuseppe Eskenazi. The result of this patient and learned process is a monumental collection that represents a lifetime’s pursuit of the definitive group of Chinese porcelain.”

Picture: Falangcai (‘foreign colour’) vase with golden pheasants and a poetic colophon Jingdezhen imperial kilns, Jiangxi province, and Beijing palace workshops Qing dynasty, Qianlong enamel mark and period (AD 1736-95) height 20.3cm. Estimated to fetch in excess of HK$180 million / US$23 million / £14 million

In its sensitive handling of the nature scene, the outstanding brushwork and the wide range and delicacy of the enamel colours, this bottle displays one of the finest paintings ever achieved on porcelain. Falangcai designates a style of enamelling on copper, porcelain and glass introduced by European artisans working in the Palace Workshops of the Forbidden City in Beijing, and the painting style here adopted, with its naturalistic rendering of the birds and accomplished shading of the flowers shows the influence of artists such as the Italian Giuseppe Castiglione (AD 1688 – 1766), who served as court painter under three Qing emperors. This vase is unique and works of art such as this are rare even in the former palace collections now in Beijing and Taipei.


An 18th century imperial vase worth more than 23 million US dollars will lead Sotheby's sale of the Meiyintang collection in Hong Kong - one of the foremost private collections of Chinese ceramics.

It was put together over the course of half a century by a European collector. Sotheby's says the Meiyintang collection includes the best examples of imperial ceramics from between the 14th and 18th centuries. Meiyintang means hall among rose beds. The Falangcai (琅彩) or 'foreign colour' vase with golden pheasants was made in the Jingdezhen imperial kilns in Jiangxi province and finished in Beijing's Forbidden City palace workshops of the Qianlong emperor.

Other leading items include a Famille rose peach box from the Qing dynasty in the early 18th century and a 15th century blue-and-white palace bowl from the Ming dynasty. Around 80 pieces of imperial Chinese ceramics up for auction by Sotheby's Hong Kong are expected to fetch over 120 million US dollars.


Sourse: Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Google

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