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Exhibition Details

A Selection of Imperial Arts from The Wang Xing Lou Collection II

QIANLONG PERIOD, 1736-1795
AN UNUSUAL 'FAMILLE ROSE' AND GOLD-DECORATED VASE WITH MOLDED DESIGN
H 43cm
1. Sotheby's New York, 23th March 2011, lot 120
2. Collection of J.T.Tai (1910-1992)
3. Purchased in an Nottingham Auctioneer in 1918

KANGXI PERIOD, 1662-1722
A RARE CLAIR-DE-LUNE-GLAZED WATER POT
H 7.5cm  D 10cm
1. Collection of George Dunton Widener
2. Christie's New York, 16th September 2011, lot 1581

KANGXI PERIOD, 1662-1722
A RARE CLAIR-DE-LUNE-GLAZED VASE, MEIPING
H 21cm
1. Purchased in a French Auctioneer on 12th December 2014
2. Property from a private French collection

QIANLONG PERIOD, 1736-1795
A BLUE AND WHITE 'LOTUS' VASE WITH DRAGON HANDLES
H 49.4cm
Property from a private British collection

The history of Chinese Ceramics marks not only the history of Chinese culture, but the development of technology and science, the exchange of culture and economic in-between the continents. The Imperial Ceramics are the gems which bear the establishment of the imperial kilns, condensing the essence of the artistic significance of different dynastic periods.

With more than 25 years of experience in the field, The Wang Xing Lou Collection in Hong Kong is the expertise in the connoisseurship and collection of the Chinese imperial porcelains.  In 2004, the Collection of Wang Xing Lou held the Imperial Perfection – The Palace Porcelain of Three Chinese Emperors in The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, which presented more than a hundred extraordinary imperial vessels from the collections, together with the accompanying catalogue make public for the first time one of the finest private collections of Qing porcelain assembled in this generation.

In line with the new catalogue soon to be published, A Selection of Imperial Arts from the Wang Xing Lou Collection II is the second public showcase which features a fine selection of the Imperial arts, dating from the early Ming to mid Qing dynasty from the collection. These fine and important porcelains are of the highest level in terms of the quality and artistic value, revealing the great progress of the production of Chinese ceramics. 

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