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Asian ceramics and works of art

We are looking for Asian Arts and Works of Art

Do you have Chinese imperial porcelain or has your family been connected to China in the last century
As early as the 17th century, Europeans aroused interest in Asia, especially China and Japan, partly in connection with the growth of the East India Company. In 1731, Sweden got its own East India Company and two years later the first trip was to China. In addition to the large imports in the 18th century, diplomats, researchers, engineers, missionaries and skilled Swedish collectors have brought objects from Asia home to Sweden throughout the 20th century and today we find a large number of beautiful Asian objects in Scandinavia.

We are now looking for imperial porcelain, buddhas, textiles, carpets, lacquer objects, enamels, jewellery, jade objects, roller paintings, watercolours and Chinese and Japanese furniture.

We help you sell at the best prices on the market. Contact us today for valuation and consignment. Welcome.


Previous top listings Ceramics and Porcelain


1458. A blue and white Longqing cricket box, Ming dynasty (1567-72).
Hammer price 
440 000 SEK
Estimate
150 000 - 200 000 SEK
1721. A large blue and white vase, Qing dynasty.
Hammer price 
600 000 SEK
Estimate
150 000 - 175 000 SEK


Previous top listings Buddhas and figurines



Previous top listings Art



Previous top listings Lacquer objects, enamels and jade objects



Contact specialist
Cecilia Nordström
Stockholm
Cecilia Nordström
Head Specialist Asian Ceramics and Works of Art, European Ceramics and Glass
+46 (0)739 40 08 02
Linn Andersson Bennich
Stockholm
Linn Andersson Bennich
Specialist Works of Art
+46 (0) 70 788 84 75
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