1 July 2017
Collectors and lovers of Asians should not miss this auction. The 213 lots include porcelain and pottery, but also utensils, furniture, clothing, works of art and other collectibles.
The catalog starts with a selection of blue and white porcelain, of which lot 5 immediately catches the eye. This large-sized 'Kraak porcelain' dish, with a diameter of almost 50 cm, is decorated with birds, peonies and antiquities in the division of the surface so recognizable for the Wanli period. Valuation € 2,000 – 3,000.
The cover is decorated with lot 8, a beautiful hooded bowl that is painted with weiqi players and a qin musician. Valuation € 3,000 – 4,000. Lot 26 also dates from the Kangxi period, a baluster vase with lid, richly decorated with lotus, peonies, chrysanthemums and prunus. With a height of 56 cm, it is very attractively offered for € 4,000 – 6,000.
Under the family rose porcelain one finds a special Bajixiang incense burner on. This lot 51 has a representation of lotus flowers and bats on a yellow background. The inside is covered with turquoise glaze. Valuation € 5,000 – 8,000.
Lot 55 stands out because of the exuberant decoration in blue-white and family rose, which elevates this plate to a true work of art. Valuation € 4,000 – 6,000.
One of the highlights in this auction is lot 60. This Chinese coral-primed bowl features a luscious floral composition on a coral-red background. The valuation for this rare object is € 7,000 – 9,000.
In addition to many teapots, the Yixing collection contains two beautiful 18th century tea caddy with lids under lot 77. The set is decorated with dragons with the flaming pearl between clouds on each side and has an expected auction proceeds of € 5,000 – 7,000.
Lot 95 and 96 are highly sought after by collectors and interior decorators. The 19th century blue silk cloaks are both very meticulously provided with exuberant embroidery. Valuation € 800 – 1,200 and € 600 – 800.
Striking is the irregularly shaped Chinese 'scholar's rock' root, with a height of 86 cm. This decorative object is offered under lot 98 with a valuation of € 800 – 1,200. Lot 107 is made of very special wood, a large hongmu calligraphy table with deep honey-coloured patina. Because it comes from the Qing dynasty and has been very well preserved, this is a true collector's item. Valuation € 6,500 – 8,500. This section of the auction also contains various pieces of furniture, including the 18th century display cabinet, very suitable for displaying your porcelain collection. This lot 115 has a valuation of € 2,500 – 3,500.
Japanese porcelain is also represented, including lot 135, a beautiful Arita blue and white 'Van Frytom' dish. The image is painted after a Delft blue original in the manner of Frederik van Frytom. The pattern depicted here is also known as 'Scheveningen' or 'Deshima': people are still speculating about the origin of the fishing village depicted here. Valuation € 2,000 – 3,000.
Impressive are the two Japanese armor from the Edo period, both consist of various parts. With lot 152 you will also receive the original boxes with the family crest, which are usually missing. Valuation € 12,000 – 18,000.
Two Chinese bronze wine barrels, both from the Han dynasty, deserve special attention. A flat oval, lot 163, is valued at € 4,000 – 6,000 and a baluster-shaped one, lot 166, at € 6,000 – 8,000.
The sculpture collection includes lot 179, another highlight of this auction. This earthenware saddled horse from the Eastern Wei dynasty is particularly well proportioned and enriched with many details. Valuation for this € 10,000 – 15,000.
Buddha statues should of course not be missing in this auction. We offer you a North Indian stone fragment of a stele with Buddha Vairocana from the 11th-12th century. This lot 182 presents a seated Buddha folded in front of his hands and has an expected yield of € 5,000 – 7,000.
A Gandhara stucco head of Buddha Shakyamuni from the 4th-5th century is beautifully worked with closed eyes and curly hair. This lot 183 with an extremely serene appearance has a valuation of € 5,000 – 7,000.
Lot 197, a special Nepali statue from the 17th-18th century, represents the deity Tara. The bronze depiction with a face with the third eye and a richly decorated tiara is valued at € 4,000 – 5,000.
The auction will be concluded with some paintings and works on paper. The last lot 213 concerns a Portrait of a Balinese man by Rudolf Bonnet. This intriguing pastel drawing from 1955 is offered to you with a valuation of € 5,000 – 8,000.
Of course, the above is just a selection from the entire range. We therefore invite you to the online catalog here .
We hope to welcome you in our saleroom soon!
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Taxation € 800 - € 1.200
Hammer amount € 750