Welcome to the Collectors' Gallery
The following original pieces, all valued over $5000, are currently for sale in our Collectors' Gallery. Follow each link to view more details about each piece and to review contact information. We are happy to add paintings, antiques or collectible items to the Collector's Gallery, above $5000 in value. Please contact us by email: Hazleart@aol.com. Send a clear jpeg image and any information you would like included in the listing. We do not charge commission. Instead we charge a flat fee of $25 per month, per listing. All sales will be handled by the seller. There is no limit to how many items you can list. You may show price online if you wish. Otherwise we will direct people to email you for pricing information. Each listing will have its own page, so that it can be indexed by the Search Engines, and you may use it to advertise from your own site. Don't forget to add a full description and price, in case we do need to list the price for you. Thank you and Happy Selling!
Sincerely, Hazlehurst Fine Art Studio
Royal Copenhagen China Set - Danish Saxon Flower - Pattern 1221
PERFECT SET of service for 12, plus ALL extras, soup to nuts! There are 152 pieces in this incredible set. It has belonged to only one family and has been in storage for years, rarely, if ever, used.
Porcelain, white glaze, hand-painted, quality condition, with Saxon Flower Multimotif Floral pattern and Scalloped Gilded Edge.
Yi Fu Zhao Original Oil Painting
Yi-Fu Zhao was born in Shanghai, China in 1956. Beginning in his very early years, Yi-Fu received a very strict education in art. He graduated from the internationally respected Fine Art College of Shanghai, where he specialized in oil painting. Following his graduation, he taught oil painting at the Shanghai Art Institute and at the Art Research Institute of Jiao Tong University. His further education included the Fine Arts College of Tsukuba University in Japan and the Academy of Art College in San Francisco.
Grigsby Original Oil Painting
Grigsby's paintings are to be found in prestigious collections in the United States, Europe and Japan. They are composed of traditional materials proven to be permanent and sound throughout the history of painting. Oil paint and glazes prepared by the artist and applied on hand-primed Gesso panels give the paintings a richness not found elsewhere. The attainment of luminosity combined with rich color has always been seen as "State of the Art" in quality paintings.