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INSIDERS BLOG GUIDE TOP CHINESE ANTIQUES

Hong Kong, el paraíso del contrabando de antigüedades… que China quiere aprovechar

PEKÍN PONE FRENO A LOS CAZATESOROS https://www.elconfidencial.com/mundo/2017-10-30/hong-kong-paraiso-contrabando-antiguedades_1466468/ Rodeado de esculturas de feroces dioses budistas, mercaderes de la ruta de la Seda y voluptuosas cortesanas de la dinastía Tang, el propietario de uno de los numerosos anticuarios de Hollywood Road, una de las calles más antiguas de Hong Kong, enseña con orgullo su colección. “La mayoría de piezas […]

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The rise and fall of Hong Kong’s Hollywood road – Part 2 of 3: Modern Times

In 1949 when the communist took over mainland china, many more pieces eventually made their way to Hong Kong. This was the 2nd time time, when the flow of antiques pouring out of China would spike.

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The rise and fall of Hong Kong’s Hollywood road – Part 1 of 3: The Rise

Hong Kong's famous "antique street" Hollywood Road, was completed in 1844 and was the 2nd road to be built in Hong Kong, after Queens Road Central. These were the very earliest days of the colony, and its role as gateway to the east was only just starting to become established. At that time, Hollywood Road was quite close to the coastline (significantly more so than today, due to reclamation of the harbor) and its near proximity to the shoreline, meant the area was never short of foreign merchants and sailors on their way back to Europe.

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Aljazeera – Can you spot a fake antique? China’s forged antiques market is booming!

China's forged antiques market is booming as the country's burgeoning mega-rich unknowingly buy them up.

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Jiboazhai: China’s fake antiques museum

Fakes are nothing new in China. From fake Apple stores & fake Ikea stores to fake rice made from plastic and even fake cities, almost everyday there is something new in China that is being faked, including & especially antiques. So it’s no surprise that there are also museums which are filled with fakes as well. China’s Jiboazhai Museum […]

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The most comprehensive list of books on Chinese, Tibetan and Asian antiques.

We have been gradually compiling one of the most comprehensive list of books on Chinese, Tibetan and Asian antiques ranging from price guides to restoring to historical perspectives. Feel free to have a look at: http://astore.amazon.com/thespeciguide-20

Posted on September 29, 2010 at 4:39am

Antique, reproduction & solid wood furniture industry trends & outlook for 2010-2011

Chat with any “old school buyer” of Chinese antiques about the late eighties/early nineties and stories of 200 RMB rosewood tables and Ming dynasty porcelain for a few hundred RMB will bubble quickly to the surface. In recent

times, this period might be considered the modern birth of the industry,

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Posted on September 6, 2010 at 12:13am

A to Z: Restoring chinese wood carvings, wooden screens and carved architectural elements.

When a Chinese traditional homes is demolished to make way for the new,

elements like antique window screens, carved panels & screens and other architectural elements are typically salvaged to be reborn as decorative items in modern homes. Thinking about adding such a piece of history to your collection? Here’s a quick look at the restoration process from start

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Posted on July 12, 2010 at 8:00pm

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