The second part of the coveted Roger Moss Collection of Asian artefacts, artworks and collectors’ items will be offered in the Cheffins Interiors Sale on 21st January.

Owned by well-known Yorkshire-based businessman and anthropologist, C. Roger Moss OBE, these items will be sold following the resounding success of the first part of the collection which was sold in the Cheffins Fine Sale on 9th December.

The item with the highest estimate is a 16th/17th century large red sandstone torso of Buddha, originating from Thailand, which has an estimate of £1,500 - £2,500. Other highlights include a red sandstone head of Bodhisattva, possibly dating from the Tang Dynasty; a pair of Chinese ‘yellow tree’ hardwood chairs circa 1900; a mid-20th century Uzbek suzani and three Chinese bronze and gilt Buddha figures in the Northern Wei style.

Many of the items on offer are Chinese in origin, along with others from cultures including Tibet, Nepal, Africa, India, Thailand and Indonesia.  From ancient and powerful Chinese dynasties to more recent times, there is a vast breadth and depth of items for collectors to choose from.  The sale includes stone sculpture, bronzes, vessels, ceramics, Chinese Art, calligraphy, textiles, wall hangings, pictures and furniture.

The auction will take place online at


Auction: The Interiors Sale – 21st January    
 Cheffins, Clifton House, 1-2 Clifton Road, Cambridge, UK, CB1 7EA

For further information contact the Fine Art Department on 01223 213343,