In July’s auction, a 19th century Chinese ceramic plaque inset to a table was one to watch and it certainly didn’t disappoint! Strong national and international competition saw the hammer fall at £29,000. Blue and white Chinese ceramics, too, continued to outperform pre-auction estimates, with one particularly beautifully painted example storming away at £4,000. An unusual Anglo-Indian table proved popular, achieving £2,800, while Japanese and Chinese ceramics, ivories, bronzes and textiles enjoyed highlight after highlight. Browse these and more results below.
A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CERAMIC CIRCULAR PLAQUE
Sold for £29,000
A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE STONEWARE GINGER JAR
Sold for £4,000
AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY ANGLO-INDIAN CENTRE TAB
Sold for £2,800
The next Asian Works of Art Auction takes place on 23 September and entries are invited.
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