Dealers / Galleries

Chinese Archaic Art

Established in 2012, Chinese Archaic Art specialises in archaic Chinese porcelain, Tang Sancai and archaic bronzes, with two exhibition spaces located in Sheung Wan displaying different ancient art pieces respectively: Chinese pottery, porcelain and Tang Sancai on Upper Lascar Road, while bronzes and silverware are shown in the Hollywood Centre's store. The company welcomes all for a visit to these Chinese ancient art pieces and the ancestral craftsmanship.

ADDRESS

G/F, Shop 7, 32 Upper Lascar Row, Sheung Wan; 
Room 01-02, 18/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road,
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

OPENING TIME

11am - 7pm (Closed on SUN & Public Holidays)

CONTACT

2619 9501
[email protected]


Honeychurch Antiques

Honeychurch was first established in Hong Kong in 1963 on Hollywood Road long before Hollywood Road became a world famous centere for Asian antique art. Glenn and Lucille Vessa, long long-time residents of Asia and highly respected dealers of Asian art and Chinese export silver, run the Hong Kong shop.   Honeychurch Antiques in Seattle followed and was founded by John and Laurie Fairman. They specialize in fine Asian antique art, all hand selected and one-of-a-kind.   Honeychurch Antiques in Seattle carries an eclectic blend of Asian art from as early as the fifth millennium BC up to the early half of the 20th century. Furniture includes 18th - 19th century Chinese and Japanese furniture, paintings, screens and prints, as well as porcelains and pottery including Han Dynasty (3rd century B.C.)  Burial figures from China, and 14th century Vietnamese porcelains discovered in an early shipwreck. Items range from exceedingly rare and wonderful objects worthy of any museum's collections, to the merely decorative antique perfect for home décor. Both galleries have earned an international reputation for integrity in business, in addition to well-chosen and thoroughly researched art.

ADDRESS

G/F, 29 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong

CONTACT

T: +852 2543. 2433
[email protected]

WEBSITE

www.honeychurch.com


Littleton & Hennessy

Littleton & Hennessy Asian Art is an art advisory group that began in 1996 assisting clients in purchasing in Asian Art. 

Littleton & Hennessy hold several exhibitions a year in their galleries in London and Hong Kong and exhibits at TEFAF Maastricht and Fine Art Asia, Hong Kong.

Exhibition during Asia Week Hong Kong – Recent acquisitions

A selection of Chinese works of Art recently acquired by Littleton & Hennessy Asian Art, includes A large bronze figure of a water buffalo Bronze, from Yongzheng/Early Qianlong Period (18th century), an oval lacquer tray carved with immortals, Yuan dynasty and a small white jade Gu beaker vase, 18th century, a white jade Mughal box and cover, finely carved with floral decoration, Qianlong period and a small green and black ‘Cizhou’ painted dish, Song dynasty

ADDRESS

Suite 13B, Shun Ho Tower, 24-30 Ice House Street, Central

OPENING TIME

By Appointment only

CONTACT

+44 7717 825828

WEBSITE

www.littletonandhennessy.com


Oi Ling Antiques

Oi Ling Antiques specialises in antiquities favoured by traditional Chinese scholars; calligraphy, rubbings, manuscripts, bronze 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

During the Song period, the Chinese literati increasingly turned to arts, the study of which was considered a path to the cultivation of the moral self. Scholars became associated with the four accomplishments: painting, poetry, chess and qin.

In the sanctuary of their study rooms, scholars studied classics, wrote poetry, played music, practiced calligraphy and painted. Objects important in the pursuit of these activities included writing utensils and desk accessories. More than mere art curios, these objects embodied the highest degree of technical precision and finely honed aesthetic sensibility. As such, they also embodied the wisdom, traditions and values of the Chinese literati that governed China for more than two millennia.

At the International Antiques Fair, Oi Ling Antiques will be showcasing a range of scholar’s objects: brushes, brush pots, brush rests, ink stone, calligraphy, and more, in a setting that is reminiscent of a scholar's study. 

Please visit booth D3 at the International Antiques Fair (Hall 5BC, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre) from 29th May to 1st June, 2015.

ADDRESS

58 Hollywood Road, Central

OPENING TIME

MON-SAT 10AM - 7PM,
SUN 1PM - 6:30PM

CONTACT

2815 9422

WEBSITE

www.oilingantiques.com


ROSSI & ROSSI

Founded in 1985 in London by Anna Maria Rossi, who has some forty years of experience in the field of Asian art, and later joined by her son Fabio Rossi, Rossi & Rossi specializes in classical works of art from India and the Himalayan region as well as early Chinese and Central Asian textiles. In the mid-2000s, Rossi & Rossi began working with contemporary Asian artists, with a special focus on Tibetan art. The gallery’s deep interest in both the art and culture of the past and the vibrant and innovative art being produced by Asian artists today is reflected in its international reputation for handling only the finest pieces. Operating in the center of Mayfair, London, and from Hong Kong, Rossi & Rossi regularly stages specialist and groundbreaking exhibitions. The gallery also participates in renowned contemporary art fairs, including Art Basel Hong Kong, and will take part in the upcoming Art15 London.

Current exhibition showing works of Tibetan artist Nostse.


SAGEMONOYA

For 30 years this is the only gallery in Japan specializing in antique Netsuke and Sagemono. Netsuke are small carvings in ivory, wood and many other materials used since the 17th century as stoppers for Sagemono which are the various items for daily use attached to the Kimono sash, such as Inro (medicine containers), purses, tobacco pouches, etc. Sagemonoya figures among the top dealers in this field and counts customers all over the world, including the Japanese Imperial family, leading collectors and museums. It publishes yearly catalogues used as reference books in many libraries.

ADDRESS

Yotsuya 4-28-20 Suite 704 Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0004 Japan

CONTACT

(81) 03 3352 6286
[email protected]

WEBSITE

www.netsuke.com


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, jewelry and hair ornaments.

They 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 lacquer ware, together with a selection of European maps and engravings portraying a Western view of life in China from the 17ththcentury 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.

ADDRESS

55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

OPENING TIME

9:30am-6pm (MON-SAT)

CONTACT

2526 2450 / 2526 2557
[email protected]

WEBSITE

www.teresacoleman.com


The Tibetan Gallery

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

Specialization: Antique bronzes, Thangka, silver jewelry, furniture and rugs.

Image: A richly gilded bronze Imperial sculpture of White Tara ( 17th - 18th Century,   China)

ADDRESS

No. 55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

OPENING TIME

9:.30am– 6pm (MON - SAT)

CONTACT

2530 4863

WEBSITE

www.thetibetangallery.com


YEWN

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 art media in China.  These meaningful and powerful concepts can now be found in all YEWN’s fine jewelry collections.

ADDRESS

Shop 303, Level 3, The Landmark Atrium 15 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong;

BL5A, Peninsula Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

OPENING TIME

10am-7pm

CONTACT

(852) 2868 3850 /  (852) 3188 9283

WEBSITE

http://www.yewn.com


de Sarthe Gallery

de Sarthe Gallery founded in 1977 in Paris, later established galleries in America and most recently Hong Kong and Beijing. It represents and exhibits a diverse spectrum of international artists, from important French Impressionists to Asian and Western modern and post-war masters to a generation of emerging Chinese artists. de Sarthe Gallery offers a selection of paintings and sculptures by Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and Chen Zhen as well as contemporary figures Wang Guofeng, Lin Jingjing and Zhou Wendou amongst others.

ADDRESS

8/F Club Lusitano building, 16 Ice House street, Central, Hong Kong
(Alternate entrance on Duddell Street off Queen’s Road)

OPENING TIME

11am - 7pm (TUE - SAT)

CONTACT

(852) 2167 8896
[email protected]

WEBSITE

www.desarthe.com


Lucie Chang Fine Arts

Lucie Chang Fine Arts was established in 2011. Based in Hong Kong, we sincerely provide worldwide collectors and art lovers with different kinds of art piece.

In recent years we are focusing on Contemporary Chinese Arts and other contemporary art works carrying classic Chinese cultural implications. We also provide services such as professional art consultation, art trading and exhibition planning.

ADDRESS

G/F, 50 A Tung Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

OPENING TIME

10am – 7pm (MON - SUN)
(By appointment on TUE)

CONTACT

(852) 2546 8128

[email protected]

WEBSITE

www.luciechangfinearts.com


island6

Since its opening in June 2012, island6 has been proud to join the community of local and international art galleries located in this historic and blossoming arts district. Since its inception, island6 Hong Kong has followed in the footsteps of her big sister in Shanghai with a slew of cutting-edge new media art exhibitions that take inspiration from the myriad contemporary trends and issues of Asia. 

Exhibition during Asia Week Hong Kong - Guts

Anyone who has ever experienced a gut feeing knows how powerful and persuasive it can be. Controlled by the inner psyche of cognition, the commonly depicted battle of head versus heart always seems to leave one thing glaringly omitted from the equation: the stomach. To trust in your gut or to betray it is a fundamental human experience that can teach us invaluable lessons about ourselves, and the world around us. Join us as we take a long stringy foray into the world of human guts (both real and imagined). This new series of art works from the Liu Dao collective seeks to ultimately learn - what does it mean to really have guts?

ADDRESS

ISLAND6 HONG KONG, G/F, No. 1 New Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

OPENING TIME

11am – 7pm (TUE – SAT)
Closed on Public Holidays

CONTACT

(852) 2517 7566

WEBSITE

www.island6.org


Platform China

Platform China is more than a gallery; it is a long term art project. As one of the few pioneering art spaces in China that focuses primarily on young and promising artists, Platform China has participated in many significant international art exhibitions and art fairs amongst which The Thirteen: Chinese Video Now presented in collaboration with PS1 Contemporary Arts Center in 2006, Frieze Art Fair, Liste The Young Art Fair, Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Dubai and Art Taipei.

As a multi-function art organisation, first established in Beijing in 2005, and recently opening a second space in Hong Kong in 2012, the main aim of Platform China Contemporary Art Institute is to develop and promote contemporary art in China and to build up a platform of cultural exchange and dialogue between young cutting- edge Chinese and international artists. Platform China not only directly supports visual art, performance art, experimental music, new media and other pioneer art forms through its diverse program, but also promotes contemporary art through publishing, curating, events, collaborations with creative industries and managing art projects.

ADDRESS

Unit 601, 6/F, Phase 1, Chai Wan Industrial Building, 60 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong

OPENING TIME

11am – 6pm (TUE – SAT)

CONTACT

(852) 2523 8893

WEBSITE

www.platformchina.org


YY9 Gallery

YY9 Gallery was established in 2004 as a member of 2B SQUARE. YY9 Gallery provides a platform for both emerging and renowned local artists, featuring contemporary artworks such as painting, photography, ceramics and sculpture installations. It is our intention to highlight the breadth of interesting and stunning work that contemporary Hong Kong art has to offer that merges into our daily life.

ADDRESS

YY9 Gallery
Unit 206, 2/F., Phase I, Chai Wan Industrial City, 60 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong

OPENING TIME

1pm – 7pm (WED - SAT)
(MON and TUE by appointment only)
(Closed on SUN and Public Holidays)

CONTACT

(852) 2574 3730
[email protected]

WEBSITE

www.2bsquare.com