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Lark Mason Associates' Sale of Asian, Ancient and Ethnographic Works of Art
October 15, 2020
Pair of Chinese Cloisonne Vases, 18th Century
Height: each 11 3/4 inches
Lark Mason Associates' sale of Asian, Ancient and Ethnographic Works of Art is now live on the iGavelAuctions.com platform until October 28.
Among the wide-ranging selection offered, the most noteworthy are a group of 18th century Chinese cloisonné, mainly acquired by an American Colonel in occupied Tokyo, just after World War II, huanghuali furniture from an American collector and ancient bronzes and archaic jades originally bought by an American collector from noted galleries CT Loo, Christian R Holmes Collection, Sydney Moss, and at Sotheby’s from the 1960’s to 1990’s.
Highlights include a pair of Huanghuali horseshoe back armchairs (estimate $50,000-100,000) and a Huanghuali three drawer coffer table (estimate $30,000-50,000). A pair of 18th century cloisonné vases purchased from Philip Colleck in New York in 1976 are one example of the very attractive group of cloisonné (estimate $5,000-8,000).
Pair of Huanghuali Horseshoeback Armchairs
Height: 36 1/2 inches