2007 Guangzhou Collections& Classical Furniture Expo
Period of Exhibition：23rd -26th, November, 2007
Venue of Exhibition：Guangzhou new Stadium Exhibition Centre
Honorific artworks and antiques collections operators, collectors, and enthusiasts:
“The First Guangzhou Collection Expo and Classical Furniture Expo” successfully concluded on 26th, November, 2006 in Guangzhou Gymnasium’s Exhibition Center. The Expo attracted more than 400 paintings, handicrafts, classical furniture operators and collectors from China mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Europe, the United States and other countries and regions to participate he variety and quantity of exhibits the biggest history
In order to enrich the content of the exhibition, the exhibition organized first domestic Yuan dynasty fine green decorated porcelain which brought together more than 200 pieces of porcelain. The thematic exhibition with over 4,000 pieces of rare ancient coins and stamps, and the Huanghuali classical furniture exhibition visitors able to develop abundant knowledge of collections after they closely appreciated the exhibits. In addition, the exhibition also organized seminar, pleasure appraisal seminar, special performance auction on the scene and many other activitiesh combination of various forms of activities makes the Expo totally different from the past. (For more details about last Expo, please visit our website: www.gzweipeng.com)
The successful organizing of the exhibition the majority of exhibitors, collectors. o respond the requirements of the majority of exhibitors and collection enthusiasts, the Organizing Committee has confirmed “The Second Guangzhou Collection Expo and Classical Furniture Expo 2007”will be held from 23rd to 26th, November, 2007 in Guangzhou Gymnasium’s Exhibition Center.
The Second Guangzhou Collection Expo and Classical Furniture Expo 2007 will the principles of concentration, professional, and dedicat to the work to build up the exchange and trading platform for antique, calligraphy and painting artworks, classical furniture operators and collectors, enthusiasts; ork hard to promote Chinese culture.