Chinese Works of Art
The international team of Freeman’s Chinese works of art specialists conducts two greatly anticipated auctions in this category every year in March and September. Their extensive knowledge of porcelain, bronze, jade, and ceramics from Ming, Qianlong, and Republic era China, has been essential to the overall success of these sales, and consignments are sought in these categories, along with Chinese furniture and scholars’ objects.
Our clients receive one to one customer service and attention, whether selling a single object, or an entire collection, and our specialists respond with expertise and discretion. The ability of Freeman's to source material of a high quality, along with China’s rising prosperity, has resulted in record prices at our auctions. Meeting an ever-increasing demand for Chinese works of art has propelled our Asian Arts sales to realize outstanding prices for works such as an Imperial style “double dragon” white jade seal of the Qing dynasty, which sold for $3,513,000, and a Chinese gilt bronze and cloisonné covered jar from the Ming dynasty, which brought $1,538,500.
Freeman’s has become a leader with an international following for buying and selling exceptional Chinese works of art. To schedule an appointment for your private and complimentary consultation regarding works in this category, please contact one of our Asian Arts departmental specialists.