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China is one of the world’s largest auction markets, generating billions of dollars each year. its ultra-wealthy are cashing into the world of quick returns. But not everyone's a winner. The insatiable appetite for ancient ceramics is feeding a dark underbelly. More than ever before, counterfeits are flooding in, fooling even the best experts. From the rolling hills of China's last archaeological site, to the kilns of forgery masters the private museums of the country's super rich, explores the world of Chinese antiques asks, will human greed destroy this centuries old history? More from on: YouTube - http://aje.io/YouTube Facebook - http://facebook.com/ Twitter - http://twitter.com/aj Instagram - http://instagram.com/aj Website - http://aljazeera.com/
Visit Us at http://www.bidamount.com/chinese-art-asian-antiques-auction-news-letter-ebay/ A narrated examination of 237 images of Chinese pottery and porcelain ranging from the Song to Republican period. Numerous images of details, foot rims, reign marks and glazes. Ming, Qing examples. Check our other videos.
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM4S2hGZDSE7BZYU45L4NtEc_lQvTMwmY First broadcast: 11 Oct 2011. In November 2010, a Chinese vase unearthed in a suburban semi in Pinner sold at auction for £43 million - a new record for a Chinese work of art. Why are Chinese vases so famous and so expensive? The answer lies in the European obsession with Chinese porcelain that began in the 16th century. In this documentary Lars Tharp, the Antiques Roadshow expert and Chinese ceramics specialist, sets out to explore why Chinese porcelain was so valuable then - and still is now. He goes on a journey to parts of China closed to Western eyes until relatively recently. Lars travels to the mountainside from which virtually every single Chinese export vase, plate and cup began life in the 18th century - a m...
Join me and Chris for a show on his world-class collection of Artifacts of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Among the extraordinary pieces are: a huge gouache by famed artist, Lin Fengmian, from the 1960's--it depicts a seated Chairman Mao, surrounded by standing admirers--guess why this very piece resulted in the denunciation of Lin Fengmian by the Gang of Four? This important work has not been seen since the 1960's; a collection of 10-12 ink washes by Huang Zhou depicting one of his favorite subjects, donkeys--guess why these works resulted in Huang Zhou's denunciation by the Gang of Four?; several other noteworthy paintings completely unknown to the world; and porcelain figures created to exemplify themes of the Cultural Revolution. If you've watched the shows on "Imperial Chinese Art--...
The Jade Tree is located in Chinatown's Chung King Road, and has been family owned and operated since 1943. Today their clients travel from China to bring antiques back to the mainland, revealing the complex nature of our transnational global culture, the politics behind migration and the business of antiques.
See more from Antiques Roadshow + Southern Living: http://bit.ly/PYklFD Take it out and use it—you heard it from the experts at Antiques Roadshow! Find out what else Suzanne Perault of the Rago Arts & Auction has to say about enjoying china.
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Do you know what your antiques are worth? How about those old magazine's you have collected over the years?
http://www.gannonsantiques.com/asian-antiques.html This is a beautiful antique Chinese silk robe from our antiques mall. Antique silk kimono robes are very collectible. This has great detail and has been well cared for through out the years. This is just one of the Asian Antiques from our antiques mall at Gannon's Antiques & Art. We also buy Asian Antiques and offer free antique appraisals. Contact us for your Asian Antiques needs.
T/I: 10:45:23 A vast cargo of Chinese porcelain that spent 180 years under 30 metres of water, will be auctioned at Christies in the Dutch city of Amsterdam next month. The merchant ship, Diana, was bound for India from Canton when it sank off the Malaysian coast on March 5, 1817, taking its cargo of 24,000 pieces of early 19th century Chinese porcelain and artefacts with it. After ten years of research and a two and a half year search at sea, British-born salvager, Dorian Ball, found the sunken treasure largely intact. The trademark blue-and-white porcelain was predominantly from Fujian province. In addition to plates, cups, saucers and platters, the collection includes patterned fruit-baskets and soup tureens with scenes of Chinese architecture and gardens. The collection ...
http://www.gannonsantiques.com/antique-wedgwood-china.html This is a beautiful Wedgwood Fairyland Luster bowl that has just come into our antiques mall at Gannon's Antiques & Art. This piece of antique china is in great condition and looks great. We buy antique china and offer free antique china appraisals. Contact us for help buying antique china or if you would like to sell antique china.
The Han Dynasty Piece: https://www.etsy.com/listing/159287438/han-dynasty-olive-green-jadeite-jade Hey everyone, here are my most recent Chinese Antique finds from various thrift stores, garage sales, yard sales, antique stores and estate sales
A revue and brief talk on auction prices realized on eBay for Joanies-House-of-Treasures auction march 24, 2015. Republican period vases discussed, Famille rose etc.Posted by Bidamoutn, the ebay search site http://www.bidamount.com/
Asian Antiques, Cloisonne vases collection http://www.gannonsantiques.com/asian-antiques.html Antiques, Art, and Collectibles from Gannon's Antiques and Art in Southwest Florida. Our antiques mall and art gallery is 20,000 ft.² big and home to many,many treasures! We have fine art, sterling silver, gold coins, jewelry, antique furniture, & antique China. If that's not enough, we also have mid century modern furniture, lamps, and objects of art. This antiques mall also features Civil War antiques, military, antique mantel clocks, and more! If you're ever in Fort Myers Florida you should come visit our antiques mall. We are only two hours away from Tampa or Miami, and close to Sarasota, Naples, and Sanibel. Our address is 16521 South Tamiami Trail, Fort Myers, Florida, 33908. Did I menti...
Interested in buying Asian art but don’t know where to begin? In this video, Asian art expert John Axford talks to the-saleroom.com about what to look for and what to avoid when buying Asian art at auction. John Axford is considered one of the top Asian art specialists in the auction world. He is the Deputy Chairman of Woolley & Wallis Salerooms in Salisbury, and the Director responsible for Asian Art. Since 1999, he has been a member of the Antiques Roadshow team of experts. To find out more about Woolley & Wallis, click here: http://bit.ly/1MBbgsv In the video John talks about uses a number of items to demonstrate his points. Here are the items along with his words: FINE CHINESE IMPERIAL WHITE JADE PLAQUE Qianlong 1736-95, Estimate: £8,000 - 12,000 This is a great little piece of ...
1500-year-old ceramic antiques in Nanjing, China, that time was around Jin Dynasty; Note:China has Dynasties since 4000 years ago; regarding this movie, those artwork begins from Shang(1100BC approx); Dong-Zhou(770BC-256BC); Han (206BC-220AD); Jin(265AD-420AD);Sui(581-618);Tang Dynasty(618-907);Song(960-1279);Yuan(1206-1368);Ming(1368-1644);Qing(1616-1911);MinGuo(1912-1949)
In this clip from Albuquerque, Asian Arts expert Lark Mason appraises a Tang Dynasty marble lion. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://www.pbs.org/show/antiques-roadshow/ Be sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @RoadshowPBS, Pinterest, and Facebook! Visit www.pbs.org/antiques for more videos and features from the show.
Antiquities trafficking is one of the most profitable illegal trades in the world. Estimated to be worth several billion dollars a year, it comes in after illegal arms and drug trades. These precious cultural objects have been the "spoils of war" - plundered and sold on. The pillaged nations have demanded their return, but for a long time these demands were largely ignored. When the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group deliberately destroyed cultural heritage sites in Syria and Iraq, it sparked an international outcry and interest in the issue grew. From Paris to Beijing, this film uncovers the players involved in the antiquities trade - the states, the traffickers, the auction houses, the collectors - as well as those trying to stop it. At a state level, we discover tha...