CHARITY HERITAGE WALK
Guided tour of Antiques Galleries in Central
Built at the founding of the colony in the mid-1800s, the second oldest street in Hong Kong takes its name from the woodland which once covered the area. On Hollywood Road, foreign traders and merchants sold artefacts from mainland China before making their way towards Europe. At its height in the 1980s, the stretch of Hollywood Road was home to over 100 antique shops.
The charity walk to Central’s antiques galleries will include a visit to Teresa Coleman Fine Arts Ltd, established in Hong Kong in 1982. The gallery specialises in antique Chinese embroidered costumes and textiles, including wall hangings, embroidered curtains, collars, shoes, exquisitely carved and painted fans, and much more. The walk continues at Bonnie Lai Antiques, showcasing Tang Dynasty statues, as well as other high quality antiques from different dynasties. Every item has a certificate of authenticity. The visit concludes at KY Fine Arts, which has been dealing with Chinese ceramic antiques for several decades. They also have associations with many Chinese artists and calligraphers in China, Hong Kong and overseas.
This event is held to benefit select charity organisations supported by The Helena May.
DATE & TIME
2 JUN (SAT)
Teresa Coleman Fine Arts
55 Wyndham St, Central
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