bronze figure of Lu Dongbin, Yuan/Early Ming Dynasty, 13th-14th
Century, 13 inches high
1635 is a very rare gilt bronze figure of Lu Dongbin from the
Yuan/Early Ming Dynasty, 13th-14th Century. It is 13 inches high
and has an estimate of $150,000 to $200,000. Lu Dongbin is one of
the eight immortals and is venerated by the Quanzhen sect of Daosim as
its founding patriarch. It sold for $182,500.
Biscuit figure of seated Luohan, Kangxi Period, 1662-1722, 10
1720 is a very attractive biscuit figure of a seated Luohan from the
Kangxi Period, 1662-1722. It is 10 inches high. It has an
estimate of $30,000 to $40,000. It sold for $35,000.
1831, Famille-rose porcelain plaque, second half 19th Century, 38 1/4
of the more attractive lots in the auction is Lot 1831, a famille-rose
porcelain plaque from the second half of the 19th Century. It is
38 1/4 inches high and has immortals and their attendants amidst lush
landscapes cavorting within the two characters. It has a modest
estimate of $15,000 to $20,000. It sold for $80,500.
Iron-red decorated green and white enameled vase, 18th-19th Century, 23
1/8 inches high
Lot 1833 is an impressive
iron-red decorated green and white enameled vase from 18th-19th
Century. It is 23 1/8 inches high. It has a modest estimate
of $15,000 to $20,000. It sold for $470,500!