Kaminski Auctions November 8 Fine Asian Art And Antiques Sale

Kaminski Auctions presents a selection of important Chinese jade, porcelain and textiles, as well as Islamic and Indian items on November 8th starting at 10:00 am.

Chinese 18K White Gold, Diamond and Jade Pin

Chinese 18K White Gold, Diamond and Jade Pin

A Chinese finely carved Jadeite pendant with diamond encrusted filigree work and diamond baguettes, a total carat weight of 101.01 carats is the top valued lot of the sale estimated at $15,00-$25,000. The piece includes a certified laboratory identification report from Hong Kong Gems Laboratory. Similarly an eighteen carat white gold, diamond circled jade pendant is valued at $12,000-$15,000, and a twenty two carat yellow gold and green jadeite necklace with 12 cabochon jade pieces is estimated at $5,000-$10,000 both bearing a Hong Kong Gems laboratory certificate.

Apart from jewelry, jade items of interest in the sale include a carved white jade pendant, consisting of two parts connected and suspended by a gilt chain embellished with bats. The top jade pendant is in the shape of a stylized dragon, the lower jade pendant is huang shaped, and both are housed in a hardwood frame carved in a cloud shape with two flanking Shou characters at the base. Standing twelve and a half inches in height this unusual piece is valued at $1,000-$2,000.

Chinese cloisonné of importance includes a twenty-four and a half inch high Chinese cloisonné bottle vase decorated with multicolored dragons on a wave pattern background. Having a gilt rim and carved Qing Qianlong mark on the base with a carved wood stand it is valued at $2,000-$3,000. There is also a thirty-four inch high Chinese cloisonné table screen depicting a colorful mountain scene with two figures, and a poem in the upper left corner displayed in a carved wood stand at the same value.

Chinese porcelain on offer features an 18th century blue glazed Zun vase, with a rectangular rim and foot, and carved elephant head handles with rings. The lower body is carved with a peony pattern and the Zun vase bears the Qing Qianlong mark on the base and is valued at $2,000-$3,000. A light blue glazed porcelain Chinese moon vase, in the shape of a flower, with carved stylized foo dog handles, bearing the Yongzheng mark on the base is also valued at $2,000-$3,000.

Preview for this sale is Thursday through Saturday, November 5th-7th 10:00am-5:00pm and November 8th, starting at 8:00am at the Kaminski Auctions gallery at 117 Elliott Street, RT.62, Beverly, Massachusetts. For more information go to http://www.kaminskiauctions.com and sign up to bid online with KaminskiLIVE.