Chorley’s hold Asian art sales in the spring and autumn, these auctions include porcelain, jade, bronzes and textiles. Through our online bidding platforms we sell numerous lots direct to collectors in Asia and America. The sales have a focus on Chinese and Japanese works of art but also include items from the Islamic world.
The Asian art market has seen significant growth over the last twenty years and Chorley’s have been at the forefront of the regional UK market.
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A superb pair of ivory, gilt bronze and hard stone panels, Qianlong, each rectangular panel decorated with appliqués of carved ivory, filigree and kingfisher-feather, gilt-bronze and hard-stones.
Sold for £340,000 + buyers premium
A famille verte yen yen vase, Kangxi, decorated ducks, 45cm high.
Sold for £100,000 + buyers premium
A famille verte brush pot, Kangxi, Su Dongpo or Su Shi, with the text of the poem 'The Red Cliffs' 16.5cm high.
Sold for £75,000 + buyers premium
A fine white jade 'Phoenix' marriage bowl, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period (1736-95) finely carved, the deep rounded sides rising from four short ruyi feet to an incurved rim, set at the shoulder with a pair of phoenix handles suspending loose rings, the stone of very pale celadon-white tone with areas of russet skin, 27cm wide.
Sold for £260,000 + buyers premium
A near matching set of 18th Century Anglo-Chinese Oriental hardwood chairs. Provenance: Lydney Park
Sold for £80,000 + buyers premium
A set of four rectangular porcelain plaques by Bi Botao (1885-1961) representing the four seasons. Bi Botao was a member of the well-known group ‘The Eight Friends of Zhushan’. The group comprised the best porcelain artists of the period and revitalized the Chinese porcelain industry after the political unrest in 19th Century China and the subsequent fall of the Qing dynasty. The plaques, delicately painted with frogs, a spider, turtles and a snake were acquired from Peter Wain’s ‘Millenium List
Sold for £16,000 + buyers premium