Tag Archives: I.M. Chait

I.M. Chait Announces March 22 Auction Lots

Long-established Beverly Hills firm continues tradition of welcoming NY Asia Week buyers who are en route home to China BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – Asia Week in New York attracts a global contingent of art buyers who travel many thousands of miles – primarily from China – to immerse themselves in a frenzied schedule of specialty […]

Gavels 'n' Paddles: Gilt-bronze Bodhisattva, $350,000, I. M. Chait

Gavels 'n' Paddles: Gilt-bronze Bodhisattva, $350,000, I. M. Chait

Gavels ‘n’ Paddles: Gilt-bronze Bodhisattva, $350,000, I. M. Chait Recent Auction Results From Near & Far By Ken Hall A 15th century early Ming Dynasty Xuande mark and period gilt-bronze Bodhisattva figure, 9 ¾ inches tall and elaborately decorated with cast “jewelry,” headdress and other adornments, sold for $350,000 at a Post-Asia Week Auction held […]

Yuan Dynasty porcelain jar, $1.324 million, I. M. Chait

Yuan Dynasty porcelain jar, $1.324 million, I. M. Chait

Yuan Dynasty porcelain jar, $1.324 million, I. M. Chait Gavels ‘n’ Paddles Recent Auction Results From Near & Far By Ken Hall A magnificent 14th century Yuan Dynasty blue and white ovoid porcelain jar, with narrative scene from the Yuan zaju drama The Savior Yuchi Gong, sold for $1.324 million at an Asia Week Sale […]

Asian Scroll Paintings

Chinese Paper ‘Edict’ Handscroll

Asian Scroll Paintings By I.M. Chait We all know what scrolls are, but why are they scrolls? There is a long history, all over the world, having to do with things that are written and then rolled up for easy transport and for ease in unrolling, either to view or to read. These rolled writings […]