Asian Art & Antiques

What Buddhist Sculpture Means for Your Collection
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What Buddhist Sculpture Means for Your Collection

Capturing centuries of some of the finest artisan-made works from many regions of Asia, Buddhist sculpture appeals to a wide collector base.

Invaluable Guide to Buying Chinese Art & Antiques
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Invaluable Guide to Buying Chinese Art & Antiques

Chinese art & antiques is an impressive category spanning jade jewelry, porcelain vessels, ink paintings, and bronze sculpture. Follow our collecting tips.

In the Loupe: Japanese Woodblock Prints
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In the Loupe: Japanese Woodblock Prints

These prints of the "floating world" required the efforts of a designer, engraver, printer, and publisher. We closely examine this ancient artform.

Tracing 4 Centuries of Japanese Culture With Netsuke
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Tracing 4 Centuries of Japanese Culture With Netsuke

Netsuke are tactile, balanced, and individually distinctive. Explore their vast history and their transition into highly sought after collectibles.

Specialists Speak: The Future of the Asian Art Market
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Specialists Speak: The Future of the Asian Art Market

We spoke with 8 Asian art experts from our partner houses to share their Asian art & antiques sale highlights and predictions for the future of the market.

Journeying East: The Wonders of Asian Art
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Journeying East: The Wonders of Asian Art

All eyes turn to New York this week for a 10-day festival of Asian art. To celebrate, our editors selected seven spectacular works available on Invaluable.

The Ultimate Guide to Asia Week
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The Ultimate Guide to Asia Week

Taking place March 10-19 in New York City, Asia Week is an annual celebration of Asian art. Here’s a list of all events by the region they represent.

In the Loupe: How Persian Rugs Are Made
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In the Loupe: How Persian Rugs Are Made

From loom to luxury. What makes Persian rugs so highly desirable today? Their worth and rarity depend on two factors: the process and the materials used.