We’re pleased to present our September Asian Art Discoveries auction, which features nearly 600 Japanese & Korean Works of Art. With estimates ranging from €200 to €10,000, there is truly something for every type of collector to discover!
As part of our efforts to reduce our environmental footprint, please note we will not be printing catalogs for this auction. If you would like us to translate any signatures, we can do so on request and, as always, are happy to answer any other questions or queries you may have.
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Find your next treasure! Our June Asian Art Discoveries auction is comprised of 687 antiques and collectibles at accessible prices from China, Southeast Asia, India and beyond. Many items are being offered without reserve. The mixed catalog includes over 100 pieces of porcelain, as well as a large selection of jades and hardstones, bronzes, sculptures, and much more.
As part of our efforts to reduce our environmental footprint, we have not printed catalogs for this auction. We invite you to dive into our immersive online catalog instead.
We're honored to present our latest catalog of Fine Japanese Art, comprising 286 lots. Highlights include two exceptional cloisonné pieces by Namikawa Yasuyuki (lots 64 and 65), three artworks by Ogawa Haritsu and his followers (lots 93, 94 and 95), and 10 suzuribako (lots 97 to 105). Worth noting is of course also the important Zeshin album (lot 107) depicting the five chief festivals of Japan. The sale also features a choice selection of eight Buddhist Works of Art, lots 124-129 are particularly important. We hope you enjoy browsing through our selection and are as always available for any enquiries you may have!
ANYONE ELSE FEEL LIKE A BEACH HOLIDAY IN EDO JAPAN?
Perhaps one would encounter a similar scene as on our cover image. We hope that ‘diving’ into our catalog may evoke a similar feeling. After all, you will encounter all kinds of creatures, odd beings, and legendary figures in here, offering a small glimpse into a world which has inspired Japanese art throughout the centuries. It is truly wonderous how one can travel back in time by holding a netsuke in the hand, and while many of you will not be able to handle them until after the sale, we hope that our descriptions and photography may compensate for the time being. Now without further ado, please do DIVE IN!
Our two-day premium auction features 782 stunning lots, many of museum quality, with 152 named provenances ranging from museum deaccessions to notable collectors, and from the intriguing to the illustrious. Among these are the last emperor of Vietnam, the personal physician of Puyi, the Commander of the German Marine for East Asia, the Deputy Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia, the Rockefeller and Rothschild families, Cardinal Neri Maria Corsini, the granddaughter of the Coca-Cola founder, noted artists Lindy Guinness, Lü Xiaguang and Zhou Shengli as well as historic dealerships Bluett, Spink, Rare Art, Vermeer & Griggs, Roger Keverne, Nicholas Grindley, Eileen Kershaw, Myrna Myers, Dr. Otto Burchard, only to name very few. On the first day of the auction, 409 lots will be offered, including Works of Art; Hardstones, Jades and Seals; Ceramics and Porcelain; and Snuff Bottles. The second day will see the remaining 373 lots fall under the hammer, including Bronzes and Sculptures; Organic Material and Furniture; Thangkas, Textiles and Paintings; and, last but not least, Buddhism and Hinduism.
On the third day of our Asian Art Discoveries Auction, we’re pleased to present a mixed catalog of Japanese and Chinese Porcelain from the Holzapfel Collection, Indian and Southeast Asian Art. We hope you enjoy the vast selection of art objects offered in this catalog – it has been a true joy for us bringing them together and presenting them to you.
On the second day of our Asian Art Discoveries Auction, we’re pleased to present over 500 pieces of Chinese art, including a large selection of Porcelain, as well as Jades, Bronze, Paintings, Sculptures and much more. We hope you enjoy the vast selection of art objects offered in this catalog – it has been a true joy for us bringing them together and presenting them to you.
On the first day of our Asian Art Discoveries Auction, we’re pleased to present over 500 items of Japanese art, including a large selection of Netsuke and Okimono, as well as Sword Fittings and Swords, Cloisonné and Porcelain, Paintings and Woodblock Prints, and Metal and Lacquerwork. We hope you enjoy the vast selection of art objects offered in this catalog – it has been a true joy for us bringing them together and presenting them to you.
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