About the owners: Atlfield Gallery was established in l980 by Amanda Lack Clark, an English designer from an old China Coast family, and David Halperin, a Harvard educated American lawyer. Sharing an interest in early Chinese furniture and Asian decorative arts, they established Altfield as one of the first antique galleries to specialize in l8th century Chinese furniture. Recognizing the importance of careful restoration and the preservation of original patina, they brought out English furniture restorers to Macau (the site or their original workshop) to train their carpenters in the fine art of furniture restoration. Over time, new areas of specialization were added to the Gallery, and in addition to Chinese furniture, Altfield is now a major dealer in Southeast Asian sculpture, Asian maps and topographical prints -- and the Gallery holds 8-l0 exhibitions each year on subjects ranging from Cambodian textiles and silver to Chinese scholars' objects.
|Industry||Furniture and Wood Products|
|Business Type||Manufacturers & Trader|
Specializing in antique Chinese furniture, maps, and prints of Asia, and Southeast Asian sculpture.
Fine Southeast Asian Sculpture and Crafts
Perceptions of the Fast East
Exhibition of Fine Korean Furniture
THE CHINESE TABLE
Fine Antique Chinese Cabinets
FINE BURMESE SCULPTURE
Pair of tilework figures of shi-zi
CHINESE BUDDHIST SCULPTURE
Bench with Curved Back, Elm (yu mu)
EXHIBITION OF FINE BURMESE LACQUER
CONTEMPRARY SOUTHEAST ASIAN SCULPTURE
Lacquered Display Shelf
ANTIQUE CHINESE LATTICE PANELS
Pair of Display Stands
FINE CHINESE WALNUT FURNITURE
EXHIBITION IN OUR WAREHOUSE
FINE BURMESE SCULPTURE, LACQUER AND WORKS OF ART
FINE SILVER FROM LAOS.
248 Prince's Building, 10 Chater Road, 2nd Floor,
Central, ------ () - (Hong-kong)