Cowan’s to auction museum owned Asian Art on March 24 2014
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Cowan’s to auction museum owned Asian Art on March 24 2014

Cowan’s to auction museum owned Asian Art on March 24 2014
 One of the largest global auction house Cowan's is all set to host one of their unique live salesroom Asian Art auctions on 24th March 2014. Reportedly the live sale would feature magnificent collections of around 800 items from the Zanesville Museum of Art which includes beautiful South Asian and Chinese bronze artefacts, wonderful early porcelain figurines and imperial textiles. The auction process will feature internet live bidding. Interestingly the sale is also offering beautiful antique ivory carvings, fine silver selections from Japan along with supreme quality early Qing dynasty porcelains from China. Graydon Sikes, director of Cowan’s Asian Art Department admitted in his statement that he is very pleased to be offering this kind of great museum art. The sale of rare items porcelain pieces are expected to do very well. Some of the porcelain items on auction include a pair of rare Qianlong blue and yellow bowls which are estimated to fetch somewhere in the range of $12,000 to $18,000. Apparently the auction also has a rare 18th century Chinese famille rose vase believed to be worth around $12,000, a unique and rare Chinese Meiping double-fish vase valued at $9,000 and a fine coral red reverse decorated bowl that is expected to sell for around $8,000. Some of the fine quality jade items also on display fine include the likes of a Chinese Ming Period jade water buffalo carving to be sold around $10,000, a pearly white Chinese jade archer’s ring which is estimated to command $8,000 and a Japanese Celadon Square Vase expected mop up a price of anywhere between $6,000 and $8,000. A collection of Japanese carved ivory figures are estimated to fetch around $5,000 and a Chinese carved ivory arched bridge has been prospectively valued at $5,000.
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