|Updated: 2011-12-10||Source: China Guardian|
The Quarterly Department handles auctions including Chinese paintings and calligraphy, porcelain, works of art, and classical furniture.
The predecessor of Quarterly Auctions was the “Big Weekend Auctions”. These auctions had simpler and more convenient procedures for bidders, and at the same time, closely observed high auction standards. In 1995, the Big Weekend Auctions were changed to Weekend Auctions, which took place on the second weekend of each odd-numbered month. The auctioned goods included a variety of categories covering a full range of calligraphy and painting, porcelain, ceramics, jade wares, classical furniture, jewelry, emeralds, clocks, and cameras. In over ten years, the Quarterly Auctions Department has successfully held 83 auctions with more than 100,000 items sold. In 2005, to adapt to the rapid growth of the market and to serve customers better, the Weekend Auctions were renamed China Guardian Quarterly Auctions and the Auction schedule was modified from once every two months to once every season.
China Guardian Quarterly Auctions, including Chinese calligraphy and paintings, porcelain, works of art, clocks and watches, have been a rousing success, adding confidence to the market with competitive bidding in all fields. They stand as proof of the depth of interest that exists in China country for art and antique collections.
Quarterly Auctions of Porcelain and Works of Art
Head / Senior Manager - Liu Yang
Tel: 65182315 ext 6581