News about Chinese Porcelain
Titans of European porcelain share stage at Bonhams, Dec. 7
LONDON – A pair of Meissen red-ground bottle vases made in or around 1735 lead Bonhams‘ 500 Years of European Ceramics sale on Wednesday, December 7. The pair is estimated at £120,000-£180,000 / $144,500-$217,000. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
Chinese famille rose porcelain vase earns $504K at Doyle
NEW YORK – Doyle‘s auction of Asian Works of Art on September 21 saw determined competition driving exceptional prices throughout the sale. Part of Asia Week New York for Autumn 2022, this highly-anticipated auction presented the arts of China, Japan and throughout Asia spanning the Neolithic Period through the 20th century. Showcased were exquisite porcelains, bronzes, […]
Nippon label is alluring to Japanese porcelain buffs
NEW YORK — Vintage porcelain has always been collectible. Some pieces can cost as much as a house, while others have more reasonable prices. Japanese culture has a rich porcelain-making tradition, driven in part by an abundance of good clay. Porcelain has been made throughout the country for centuries, and archeologists have documented at least […]
Vintage toys and Herend porcelain offered at SJ Auctioneers, June 12
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – On Sunday, June 12, starting at 4 pm Eastern time, SJ Auctioneers will conduct a 219-lot sale titled Silverware, Collectible Toys, Figurines, and Scarves. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.