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Pacific Trade auction at Doyle
April 30, 2021
An exceptionally large and rare China Trade painting, mid 19th century (Estimate $20,000-40,000)
New York, NY -- Doyle is pleased to announce the inaugural Pacific Trade auction on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 10am. This exciting sale offers a wide range of property, including Chinese export porcelain, paintings, furniture and decorative art, Japanese and Southeast Asian art and much more.
One of the highlights is an exceptionally large and rare China Trade painting, mid 19th century, oil on canvas; depicting the Qing army subjugating the citizens of a southern region with boats in a small congested harbor and rocky hills in the background (Estimate $20,000-40,000).
Another is an exceptional partial suite of China Trade hardwood furniture, circa 1840, comprising a sofa, a large armchair with oval backrest, and six side chairs with tapering reeded legs terminating in casters; all elaborately carved and upholstered in red leather (Estimate is $10,000-15,000). Provenance:
Property of an American Family, Acquired in Shrewsbury, England in 1967, and thence by descent.
The exhibition starts tomorrow, Saturday, May 1 and will remain on view until Monday, May 3, Noon - 5pm
(And by appointment on other days and evenings)
Doyle is located at 175 East 87th Street, New York, NY 10128
Safety protocols will be in place.
NOTE: The sale will be conducted by an auctioneer in a closed setting. Place your bids conveniently via Absentee Bids, BidLive! and Telephone Bids.