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California Asian Art Auction Gallery USA

Invaluable Seller since 2012

With a team boasting over fifteen years of experience, California Asian Art Auction Gallery proudly identifies as one of the foremost Asian auction houses on the West Coast, despite having only been founded in 2012. California Asian Art Auction Gallery has partnered with Invaluable.com for 15 auctions, to date.

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2646 Durfee Ave.

El Monte, CA, US


Upcoming Auctions from California Asian Art Auction Gallery USA (2)

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Day 1: Important Asian Works of Art and Paintings

April 20, 2024 3:00 PM PST

El Monte, CA, US


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Day 2: Fine Asian Art From the Eckhardt Collection

April 21, 2024 3:00 PM PST

El Monte, CA, US



Artists at Auction from California Asian Art Auction Gallery USA

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William (1781) Nicholson1 available item
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Fu Mi1 available item
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Yun Shouping2 available items
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Lin Qingni2 available items
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About California Asian Art Auction Gallery USA

Biography

With a team boasting over fifteen years of experience, California Asian Art Auction Gallery proudly identifies as one of the foremost Asian auction houses on the West Coast, despite having only been founded in 2012. California Asian Art Auction Gallery has partnered with Invaluable.com for 15 auctions, to date.


Catering to a cosmopolitan audience, California Asian Art Auction Gallery regularly exceeds their top estimates. In recent auctions, a nineteenth century natural lavender jade bangle was sold for twice its top estimate, at $10,000; a cinnabar lacquer "landscape and figures" cabinet of the Republic Period garnered six times its estimate, at $21,000; a Shoushan soapstone carved figure of Magu of the Qing Dynasty sold for over three times its top estimate, at $29,500; a yellow jade bangle from the Qing Dynasty fetched over four times its high estimate, at $37,500; a carved white jade figure of a bear from the Qing Dynasty achieved ten times its top estimate, at $80,000; and a carved black jade gilded figure of Shakyamuni brought in nearly four times its highest estimate, at $170,000.


Services & Staff

California Asian Art Auction Gallery offers the expertise of its team of specialists in the appraisal and valuation of your items, at no cost or obligation. One may either schedule an onsite evaluation, or submit photographs and detailed descriptions through the online appraisal and consignment form.


California Asian Art Auction Gallery's meticulously itemized catalogues of each auction are available for perusal on their website, through the following link.


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California Asian Art Auction Gallery features an up-to-date website, with news and information concerning past and upcoming auctions, in addition to comprehensive catalogues of each sale. One may additionally follow them on Facebook and Twitter.