A stunning selection of Imperial jade and cloisonné enamels produced during the Ming and Qing dynasties lead Sotheby’s Asia Week sale series in New York. Originally crafted for the royalty of the imperial court, this distinguished group survived for centuries before joining the collection of the Brooklyn Museum. Proceeds from the sale will help establish a Collection Care Fund to support the institution’s world class collections. To learn more about property from the Brooklyn Museum click here.
Imperial Cloisonné and Jade: Chinese Art from the Brooklyn Museum
16 March | New York