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Art Gallery 3
Founded in 1980, 2 local artists Tan Kian Por and Poh Bee Choo had started an amazing journey. Having a good eye for fine art collections. Art Gallery 3 is the fruit of their passion for art collection.
We offer a wide range of collections from Dzi beads, Premium gemstone jewellery, Tibet collections, Chinese paintings, Chinese seals, Jade collections, Porcelain statues, Wood collections and many more. Every piece of the collection is carefully selected and sourced from around the world. Only the good eyes select the most exquisite.
Old Coral Necklace
Premium Gemstone Jewellery
We had committed and embarked on a never-ending journey in search of exquisite and good quality gemstones for our jewellery collections. Coupled with a good eye for design, we had transformed many into outstanding jewellery.
Our services include sourcing gemstones, customizing jewellery pieces and refurbishing old jewellery. Our premium gemstone collection ranges from old Dzi beads, Coral, Turquoise, Amber, Agates, Crystals and many more.
Old Agate Necklace
Strength of Art
Over the years, bronze is one of the more popular choices of alloy for metal sculpture is often being used to craft into different forms and shapes. Themes can be evolving from Buddhism, Famous Ancient Characters, Auspicious Decorative Ornaments and much more. The Chinese being wonderful craftsmen in this area carefully hand craft each sculpture turning them into exquisite collections.
Bodhisattva Bronze Statue
Guan Yu Bronze Statue
Lion Bronze Statue
Rooster Bronze Statue
Gold Gilded Green Tara Statue
Tibetan Bell and Dorje
For over a thousand years, Tibet’s culture had been greatly influenced by Buddhist teaching. The rich culture forms a wide selection of art collections. From Dzi beads, Buddha statues, Chanting beads, Thangka, Thokcha, Bronze, Silver accessories and many more.
Silver Gilded Buddha Statue
Tibetan Conch Shell Horn
Scent of Perfection
An incense burner is a vessel made for burning incense. It varies greatly in size, form, and material of construction, and have been in use since ancient times in many cultures, in both secular and religious contexts. They may consist of simple earthenware bowls. Many designs use openwork to allow a flow of air. In many cultures, burning incense has spiritual and religious connotations, and this influences the design and decoration of the burner.
Dragon Bronze Incense Burner
Hu Lu Bronze Incense Burner
Li Bai Pottery Statue
Porcelain was first developed in China around 2,000 years ago, then slowly spread to other East Asian countries, and finally Europe and the rest of the world. It has usually been regarded as the most prestigious type of pottery for its delicacy, strength, and its white colour. It combines well with both glazes and paint and can be modeled very well, allowing a huge range of decorative treatments in tablewares, vessels and figurines.
Zhong Kui Pottery Statue
Old Man Pottery Statue
Liu Hai Porcelain Statue
Guan Yin Bodhisattva Porcelain Statue
Wood carving is a form of woodworking by means of a cutting tool, resulting in a wooden figurine, or in the sculptural ornamentation of a wooden object. As Wood is light and can take very fine detail. The making of sculpture in wood has been extremely widely practiced, but survives much less well than the other main materials such as stone and bronze, as it is vulnerable to decay, insect damage, and fire. It therefore forms an important hidden element in the art history of many cultures.
Tea Leaves Root Carving Statue
Bodhidharma Root Carving Statue
Bodhidharma Root Carving Statue
Gem of the Eye
Chinese jade refers to the jade mined or carved in China from the Neolithic onward. It is the primary hardstone of Chinese sculpture. Although deep and bright green jadeite is better known in Europe, for most of China's history, jade has come in a variety of colors and white "mutton-fat" nephrite was the most highly praised and prized. Jade was prized for its hardness, durability, musical qualities, and beauty. In particular, its subtle, translucent colors and protective qualities caused it to become associated with Chinese conceptions of the soul and immortality.
Dragon Tortoise Jadeite Carving
Ruyi & Cicadas Jadeite Carving
Qilin Jadeite Carving
Seal of Identity
Many people in China possess a personal name seal. Artists, scholars, collectors and intellectuals may possess a full set of name seals, leisure seals, and studio seals. Seals are usually imprinted on Chinese paintings works and Chinese calligraphy. Owners or collectors of paintings or books will often add their own studio seals to pieces they have collected. This practice is an act of appreciation towards the work, this practice does not devalue the painting but could possibly enhance it by giving it further provenance, especially if it is a seal of a famous or celebrated individual who possessed the work at some point.