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Asian Art auctions are a dynamic and rapidly growing part of the auction business
The Asian Art department focuses on Chinese and Japanese ceramics and works of art, representing the rich cultural history of the regions, spanning some 5,000 years.
Objects and artworks with strong provenance generate competitive international bidding and particularly strong results at auction, whether it be Imperial Chinese porcelains, fine jade carvings or traditional Chinese and Japanese paintings and works of art. Our specialised Asian Art auctions attract global interest and we benefit from an in-house Mandarin speaker allowing seamless communications between all parties.
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View a selection of items sold at recent Cheffins Fine Art auctions.
A Chinese gold-splashed bronze small bowl, Qing Dynasty, 17th/early18th century,
Two similar Chinese porcelain famille verte vases,
A Khassamalla type gilt copper Buddha, perhaps 14th/15th century,
A Chinese grey stone lidded stupa urn, Sui Dynasty style,
A red pudding stone carving of a Crouched Pixiu/Chimera, Northern Qi Dynasty style,
A Chinese brown kesi dragon robe longpao, perhaps Guangxu Period (1875-1908) or earlier,
A Chinese Bronze bell, Qing Dynasty, probably 18th/19th century,
A pair of Chinese Cantonese porcelain large vases circa 1850,
Follower of Fu Shan (1607-86) grasses and rockwork, fan leaf, black ink on gilded paper, laid down
A Song dynasty small carved Ding ware dish, carefully moulded with a flat base and shallow
Dame Elisabeth Frink, one of Britain’s greatest artists whose work encapsulated the mood of the post-war era, heralded from only a few miles from Cheffins. Brett Tryner gives us five key facts about this important artist.
Affordable art sees mass market appeal as buyers become increasingly au fait with the auction process. Brett Tryner takes a closer look at the trend.
This month we collaborated with block printer and fabric and wallpaper designer, Molly Mahon, who here gives fundamental advice on decorating with colour and pattern.
The market for portraits of unknown sitters, whether traditional or contemporary, is going from strength to strength. Patricia Durdikova explores this in more detail.
The sale will take place on 29th July, with estimates for all pictures under £800.