Dealers & Galleries



Rossi & Rossi

Rossi & Rossi was established in London by Anna Maria Rossi in 1986, and was later joined by her son, Fabio.
Operating from Hong Kong and London, the gallery today is among the leading representatives of contemporary artists from the Asia-Pacific region. From remote areas of Kazakhstan and Cambodia to the urban epicentres of Hong Kong and Singapore, Rossi & Rossi’s artists produce work as diverse as their countries of origin, but are all engaged in the exploration of the visual language of art that comments upon our world and the artist, the individual and wider society.

Rossi & Rossi clients include distinguished private collectors and major museums worldwide, amongst them the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; M+, Hong Kong; the Art Institute of Chicago; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Rubin Museum of Art, New York; the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; the Tokyo National Museum; the Louvre Abu Dhabi; the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; and the Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.

Rossi & Rossi is a member of SLAD (the Society of London Art Dealers), Asian Art in London (AAL), the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA) and the South Island Cultural District (SICD). Rossi & Rossi participates in pre-eminent regional and international art fairs, including Art Basel Hong Kong and TEFAF Maastricht.


(TUE - SAT) 11 : 00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday & Monday by appointment
Yally Industrial Building
Unit 3C, 6 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
(852) 3575 9417


Art Serindia

Established in 2015 by Mr. Michael Leung and Mr. Gary Yee, ART SERINDIA LIMITED is one of the pioneer dealers in Hong Kong fully dedicated to Silk Road Buddhist art and Chinese works of art

Art Serindia aims to provide professional art dealing service to collectors and will continue to expand its internationally recognised expertise and scholarship in Asian art and culture, through publications, exhibitions and curated study tours to the most exciting destinations of ancient Buddhist art. We welcome clients, by appointment only, for consultation and private viewings of select pieces.


(MON – SUN) 11:00am – 6:00pm
Appointment Preferred
Suite 302, The Workstation
43 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
(852) 5616 1263


Bonnie Lai Antiquities

Situated in the heart of Hong Kong’s antique district, Bonnie Lai Antiquities has been dealing with authentic and rare objects over 30 years. The gallery is specialised in Tang dynasty pottery, stone, archaic bronzes and porcelain from various dynasties.


(MON - SAT) 10:00am – 6:30pm
Sunday by appointment
168A, G/FL Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
(852) 2559-7338
Fax: (852) 2559-8256


Susan Ollemans

Sue Ollemans started trading in 1979 and has worked with private collections and museums around the world. Regularly exhibiting at shows and fairs internationally, Sue specialises in Mughal and antique Gold Indian jewellery and
antique gold articles from China and South East India. Sue welcomes visitors to her stand at any of these events.

Exhibition at International Antique Fair, Booth F 10 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hall 5BC 27th - 30th May 2017


Susan Ollemans
13 Georgian House
10 Bury Street
London SW1Y6AA, United Kingdom
(44) 77 7556 6356 | (852) 6851 2795,


Lucie Chang Fine Arts

Lucie Chang Fine Arts was founded in 2011 and has been committed for years to reviving the classic spirit in the contemporary context. Based in an internationalised city, Hong Kong, it provides collectors and art lovers with a diverse range of artworks worldwide. Lucie Chang Fine Arts also offers consultant service and art exhibition planning.

In the past few years, Lucie Chang Fine Arts has been focusing on contemporary art pieces embodying conventional Chinese cultural implications. She will continue her practice and endeavour to discover emerging artists and new forms of expression in hopes to enrich Chinese contemporary art.

(MON-SUN) 10:00am - 7:00pm
by appointment
No.26, Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
(852) 2546 8128
Fax: (852) 2546 8028


K.Y. Fine Art

K.Y. Fine Art was established in February 2001 by Mr Kai-yuen Ng (K.Y. Ng).

The gallery was formerly known as Luen Chai, it deals in a wide range of Chinese art antiques including fine ceramics and paintings. Under the directorship of Mr Ng, Luen Chai had been featured in numerous publications in Travel and Leisure.

Renowned connoisseur in many aspects of Chinese art and antiques, Mr Kai-yuen Ng is one of the most prominent names in the trade. He inherited this business from his father in 1970, two years after his graduation from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In the years since, he works and learns assiduously, never stopping to increase his knowledge and polish his expertise. He is well respected by his friends, colleagues, fellow dealers, artists, museum curators and collectors at home and abroad.

As an expert in Chinese art and antiques, K.Y. Fine Art, Mr Ng has often been requested by major museums to evaluate their collections.

(MON - SAT) 10:00am - 7:00pm
G/F, 142 Hollywood Road, Hong Kong
(852) 2540 4772 | (852) 25590411


Teresa Coleman Fine Arts Ltd.

Established in 1982, Teresa Coleman Fine Arts is best known for its extensive collection of antique embroidered costumes and textiles from the Chinese Imperial court of the Qing dynasty and earlier. Complementing the textiles are antique costume accessories, bound foot shoes, embroidered purses, hats, jewellery and hair ornaments.

We also hold a fine collection of objects made for export to the West during the 18th and 19th centuries, including fans, paintings, ivory, silver and lacquerware, together with a selection of European maps and engravings portraying a Western view of life in China from the 17th century onwards. There is also a small collection of Himalayan bronzes, paintings and Tibetan rugs.

Antique Tibetan and Himalayan arts, such as thangka paintings, Buddhist bronzes, rugs and furniture are also available. Building upon this stunning collection, Teresa has recently designed a range of high quality fine art prints, custom made textiles and reproductions, for use as art works, beddings and soft furnishings.

(MON-SAT) 9:30am-6:00pm
55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
(852) 2526 2450 / (852) 2526 2557


The Tibetan Gallery

The Tibetan Gallery is a subsidiary of Teresa Coleman Fine Arts Ltd., specialising in Tibetan and Himalayan fine antique and arts since 1993. Our collections include rugs, furniture, amulet boxes, silver jewellery, thangka paintings and Buddhist bronzes. They range from beautiful everyday items to exquisite collectable and rare pieces from as early as the twelfth century.

9:30am – 6:00pm (MON - SAT)
No. 55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
(852) 2530 4863


Oi Ling Antiques

Oi Ling Antiques specializes in antiquities favoured by traditional Chinese scholars—calligraphy, rubbings, manuscripts, bronzes, furniture, scholar’s boxes and sculptures. The gallery is renowned for the in-depth academic research it conducts for the pieces it represents.

Exhibition during Asia Week Hong Kong

Traditional Chinese scholars were accomplished in painting, poetry, chess and qin. They would fill their study room with a range of objects which were important in the pursuit of these activities. More than mere art curios, these objects embodied the highest degree of technical precision and aesthetic sensibility. As such, they also embodied the wisdom, traditions and values of the Chinese literati that governed China for more than two millennia.

Oi Ling Antiques will be showcasing a range of literati art and objects: calligraphy, scholar’s rocks, brushes, brush pots, furniture and stone sculptures and more, in a setting that is reminiscent of a scholar’s study. Please visit our booth (D3) at the International Antiques Fair.

(MON-SAT) 10:00am - 7:00pm
(SUN) 1:00pm - 6:30pm
72 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
(852) 2815 9422


Sin Sin Fine Art

As an artist, designer and entrepreneur Sin Sin Man has created a unique artistic sensation in Sin Sin Atelier with her instinctive sensibility of aesthetics.

Sin Sin Atelier relocated to the up-and-coming Wong Chuk Hang area since 2015. More than just a workspace, the space showcases a periodically curated artwork collection and a limited mix of Sin Sin’s private collection of objets d’art from around the world. Sin Sin Atelier is a work of art - transcending the sublime blend of function, beauty and nature. Stepping into the space, one enters an immersive experience of day-to-day life through the eyes of Sin Sin.

Sin Sin Fine Art
52 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong
(852) 2858 5072 | Fax: (852) 2525 0290

Sin Sin Atelier
Unit A, 4/f., Kin Teck Industrial Building
26 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong
(852) 2521 0308 | Fax: (852) 2334 9423
(MON - SAT) 9:30am - 6:30pm
Closed on SUN & Public Holidays, By appointment only


YEWN, Contemporary Chinese Fine Jewelry

Positioned as a luxury jewelry brand in most people’s eyes but in fact an educational and cultural brand aiming to fill the 100 years void of the lost era of Chinese jewelry.

YEWN is a seed that was sown five thousand years ago in China. It germinates each time Dickson Yewn, YEWN’s creative director, creates a wearable work of art. He uses sophisticated 21st-century craftsmanship to make exquisite jewels that remind us of the national treasures once produced by the imperial artisans. YEWN has the vision to revive the finesse and sophistication of Chinese arts and culture.

“YEWN” is a play on words – it is not only Dickson’s family name, but also a homonym of “affinity” and “luck” in Chinese. Good fortune and auspicious symbolism are always central to Chinese philosophy and culture, and are represented in many different kinds of phrases, symbols and decorative arts in China. These meaningful and powerful wishful thinking can now be found in our works.

YEWN Boutiques
10:00am – 7:00pm
Shop 208, Level Two, The Landmark Atrium
15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
(852) 3110 2298

Shop BL5A, Basement, The Peninsula Hotel
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
(852) 3188 9283