This Spring, from 25-30 May, Christie's will once again become a convening platform for global collectors and art lovers with its full week of exceptional auctions, previews and exhibitions.
The landmark sales feature a vast range of exquisite treasures that bear historical significance and distinguished provenance across key categories that span Chinese ceramics, paintings and works of art; Asian 20th-century and contemporary art; jewels; watches; wine and handbags.
Highlights include paintings from Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun, Yayoi Kusama, Zhang Daqian and Wu Guanzhong; as well as an extremely rare 18th Century Vase of Emperor Qianlong and a gilt-bronze figure of Maitreya Buddha from the late Sui/Tang dynasty. Jewellery standouts include a pair of 5.06 and 5.03 carats Burmese ruby and diamond earrings and a 19.28 carats Kashmir sapphire and diamond ring by Chopard.
'Hong Kong provides the perfect platform as an epicentre for international art, and we are proud to continue our curatorial leadership in the market by offering a series of innovative and pioneering sales this season,' says Rebecca Wei, President of Christie's Asia.
For more information on Christie’s Hong Kong sales and events, visit christies.com/hk.