West Coast's Largest Full-Service Auction House

Video Highlight

Late Qing Dynasty Zitan 'Hundred Antiques’ Panel

Roll over for video transcript The inlaid decoration on this embellished Qing Dynasty panel is a wonder to behold. Jade and other gemstones were carved in great detail and expertly applied to the lustrous black lacquered panel, set within a frame of rare zitan wood. The design motif is known as the “hundred antiques” and celebrates the Chinese art objects most highly sought by collectors, such as a baluster vase, a brush pot, and a tripod censer. The elegant theme would make this panel the perfect centerpiece for a collection of fine Asian art. The piece measures approximately 26 x 20 inches and is estimated at $12,000-$16,000.

Catalog Information

Embellished Zitan 'Hundred Antiques' Panel
Late Qing Dynasty
rectangular black-lacquered panel set within a zitan wood frame enclosing an array of inlaid 'precious objects' including baluster vase, tripod censer, circular table screen, and brush holder.
{26 1/8 x 19 5/8 inches (66.3 x 49.8 cm)}
Estimate: $12,000/16,000

Inquiries

Asian Art
Harry Huang
(510) 227-2535
Jessica Liang
(510) 227-2511
Get a Late Qing Dynasty Zitan 'Hundred Antiques’ Panel Email Alert