Hundred thousands of prized exhibition show antiques are put on sale at Kent’s Great Wall Mall. These treasured items are known to be valued by collectors for their high cultural and artistic values. But according to the exhibition organizers, they had decided to lower the prices drastically since they are under pressure to return to China. Nearly all of the items are being sold under their shipping and production cost, just for a chance to connect with the circle of connoisseurs of the Northwest.

Hundred thousands of prized exhibition show antiques are put on sale at Kent’s Great Wall Mall. These treasured items are known to be valued by collectors for their high cultural and artistic values. But according to the exhibition organizers, they had decided to lower the prices drastically since they are under pressure to return to China. Nearly all of the items are being sold under their shipping and production cost, just for a chance to connect with the circle of connoisseurs of the Northwest.

According to long time collector and Deputy General Manager of the fair Fu Wu Ru, he had long heard of Seattle’s reputation as a cultural center. And that Seattle has a large population of those who appreciate the fine arts. Those are the reasons he chose Seattle as his first stop for his exhibition tour. On that note, he welcomes visits by any aficionado and collectors.

Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China is long known as the “Capital of Porcelain,” it is also where Mr. Fu had accumulated years of experience of antique appraisal and multi-national exhibitions. He further commented that the current fair is like a blooming garden in spring, where flowers compete to outshine each other. As a goal to bring antique collection to the mainstream, the fair started with 50% off on the pricing of all items. The items include blood and sweat of many Chinese masters of calligraphy, painting, porcelain, and sculpture. Many pieces are made with the highest quality material and craftsmanship, including but not limited to usage of 24k pure gold as well as works by well-known figures in the arts. This authentic showcase of Chinese arts and culture also include many celadons, delicate and paper-thin ceramic that shine like mirrors. Also present are faithfully reproduced replica of many ancient works, representing the thousands of years in Chinese history. The sight of all these masterpieces gathered together is enough to send any serious collector straight to heaven, let alone the discount offered.

The lifelike sculptures brought over by Fu included some legendary, traditional, and mythical figures that aren’t just great for look and value, but also improves Feng Shui. The pair of mythical beast at the fair’s entrance is especially astounding, emitting a solemn yet energetic aura. They are also used to bring in money according to Feng Shui terms.

Despite the large number of ancient and modern artwork, every last piece comes with an official certification from Jingdezhen to authenticate its genuine status from the “Capital of Porcelain.”

Other amazing arts and cultural items include jade, tea sets, Buddhist and Taoist statues, poem and calligraphy, books, and paintings. These works contain the lives and souls of the many masters and will certainly speak for their own value. Some of these works will even increase many times in market value when their creators pass away.

Fu further commented that he will be available to appraise the authenticity of antiques brought in by visitors for free, tapping into his years of expertise. He encourages enthusiasts to stop by and share the experience in the arts and culture.

The China JingDeZhen Antiques and Porcelain Fair is ongoing 7 days a week from 9 am to 9 pm at Kent’s Great Wall Mall, 18230 E Valley Hwy, Kent, WA 98032. For more information, please call (510) 371-3638.

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