Following on from the success of the debut Monochrome sale, Sotheby’s Hong Kong presented ‘Monochrome II’ Chinese Works of Art Autumn Sale on 9th, October. 21 pieces of Huanghuali furniture from an important collection dominated the sale by fetching a total of HK$202,628,000. Besides, the auction also included a superb selection of Qing imperial monochrome porcelain from an important Asian private collection, selected archaic jades from the celebrated Hei-Chi collection, as well as a group of Song dynasty black teabowls from the Aoyama Studio collection.
A Rare and Large Pair of Huanghuali Square-Corner Display Cabinets, Wanligui 17th Century was sold for HK$57,218,000, over 10 times its pre-sale estimate. Nicolas Chow, the Chairman of Sotheby’s Asia, commented, “This distinguished collection of Huanghuali furniture demonstrates the exceptional skill of 17th century furniture makers in their ability to take full advantage of the vivid colours and patterns of precious hardwood.” Want to enjoy exceptional artworks characterised by their timeless aesthetic and exemplifying the most refined sensibilities in Chinese art? HK ARTION has now shared with you 10 selected masterpieces from the auction!
「凝盈一色（二）」中國藝術品秋季拍賣會 | 香港
Monochrome II Chinese Works of Art Autumn Sale | Hong Kong