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Fine Art Asia 2018: Day 2 Highlights

Galerie Lamy (Booth B5)

Expertise: Oriental and Chinese porcelain, bronzes and jades

Founded in 1996, specializes in Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern and European ceramics and works of art, with an emphasis on Chinese words of art from the Ming and Qing Dynasites

A fine blue-ground enamelled Neoclassical gold box Hanau, Germany, c. 1790 L. 8.5 cm

Wattis Fine Art (Booth A9 )

Expertise: Historical picatures, antique maps and travel books of East Asia

Established in 1988, the foremost gallery in Asia specialising in historical pictures, antique maps and travel books of East Asia

Namcheong (active c. 1840-1870) Macao, Ama Temple c. 1850 Oil on canvas H. 53 x W. 39.5 cm References: Crossman, Carl L. The Decorative Arts of the China Trade, 1991 Conner, Patrick Paintings of the China Trade, 2013

Somlo London (Booth D8 )

Expertise: Antique watches

Established in 1970, London’s leading specialist in antique pocket watches and vintage wristwatches

Piaget ruby and diamond bracelet watch, 1970s Set with brilliant cut diamonds and flanked with baguette cut rubies

Ever Arts Gallery (Booth B1 )

Expertise: Classical Chinese furniture and scholar’s objects

Founded in 1989, specialises in huanghuali furniture of the Ming and Qing Dynasties and showcases carved bamboo objects and delicate scholar’s pieces

A bamboo brushpot carved with a lady having a lesson in a courtyard Late Ming/early Qing Dynasty, 17th century H. 18 x D. 16.7 cm

Kai Yin Lo (Booth C11 )

Expertise: Designed jewellery

With taking iconic forms of Chinese antiquity and reinventing them into contemporary, highly wearable jewellery from Kai Yin Lo reflects central ideas of Chinese culture, past and present

Left : Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) jade ring and animal and Jin Dynasty (317 – 420 AD) gilt bronze

Right : a bold statement of Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644 ) jade, Qing Dynasty (18th century) amber, topped with a Western Han (206 BC – 9 AD) gilt bronze ornament

Esmé Parish Silver (Booth A7 ) Expertise: Chinese and Japanese export silver, antique English silver, Indian and Burmese antique silver Establish in 1983, specialises in Chinese and Japanese Export Silvre created in the 19th and early 20th centuries mainly for the Western market

Chinese tankard 1851, maker’s mark of Cutshing of Canton H. 14 cm, W. 590 g

The Culturist 文化者 (Exhibition)

Zai Art APP (Booth M6) Based in Beijing, the App launches the foremost art social media and art life services application in China

Art & Collection (Booth M2) Founded in Taiwan in 1992, the magazine introduces the humanistic essence and quality of art to the public through its publications

About Fine Art Asia

Fine Art Asia is recognised by the international art world as Asia’s leading fine art fair. On display are museum-quality art works spanning over 5,000 years of cultural history, from ancient Chinese bronzes through to contemporary art. Since its inception in 2006, Fine Art Asia has attracted an increasing number of leading international galleries while earning worldwide recognition. Fine Art Asia is unique: the only fair in Asia to showcase a wide range of collectible fine art from Asia and the West. Fine Art Asia is staged during the peak art season in Hong Kong. The fair coincides with major fine art auctions held in the same venue, and attracts a high-profile, sophisticated audience of leading dealers, collectors, curators, connoisseurs and art lovers from all over the world.

General opening:

Vernissage 28th September 6pm-9pm

29th September 11am-7pm

30th September 11am-7pm

1st October 11am-7pm

2nd October 11am-6pm


Hall 3, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

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