Poly Auction Hong Kong’s 2015 Autumn Auctions features pieces ranging from extremely rare Chinese art works from the imperial palaces, to Buddhist art, designer custom-made jewelry and a Hermes product collection. Taking place at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong from 3 to 6 October, with the preview on 3 and 4 October and the auction held on 5 and 6 October, the auction is set to attract collectors from Hong Kong, mainland China and around the world.
Auction pieces include pieces under seven categories: Chinese and Asian modern and Contemporary Art, Chinese Contemporary Ink Paintings, Classical Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy, Fine Modern Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy, Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, Jewelry and Watches, and Chinese and Western Wine.
Group photo of the Senior Management and Specialists
Alex Chang, Managing Director of Poly Auction Hong Kong, said, “We are pleased to gain such strong support from collectors, receiving two rare masterpieces during Poly Auction’s tenth anniversary. We are delighted to be presenting the precious masterpieces Roses in a White Pitcher, a key work in one of Sanyu’s early series creations and the national treasure A Glance of Nanjing City, painted by Feng Ning. This honour shows the support and trust collectors have in Poly Auction as well as the positive growth in the Asian art market. Our specialist departments have been working hard to design Autumn Auctions’ main premise and themes, presenting rare and valuable pieces with careful consideration to academic context and the direction of the Asian market. We hope this auction brings fresh perspective and visual delight, while providing a golden opportunity for collectors to buy the finest works.”