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Reeves1910

Ri Yen Gallery???

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Reeves1910

Has anyone ever visited  the Ri Yen Gallery in Shanghai? If so do they sell antiques and relics .I tried researching them online but couldn't find any info on them. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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Publius

Are you sure you get the spelling wright? It does not look like a Chinese name, at least not a valid pinyin romanization. Where did you hear the name?

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Reeves1910

Good morning I spelled the name wrong. it's the Yi Ren Gallery.  I bought a framed silk embroidery on the back side it has a Jian Ding seal. That's why I was wondering on what type of shop it might have been.

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Shelley

I would be very surprised if they would sell antiques and relics. They might sell copies but not originals. There seems to be one way traffic at the moment of relics going to china.

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Reeves1910

Yeah that's what I was thinking my self. I know certain relics and antiques can't even leave the country.

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