Tibetan, Japanese, Indian and South East Asian art at Chiswick Auctions. On 23 February 2016 Chiswick Auctions will be holding its quarterly ‘ASIAN ART’ sale. The sale will include a wide selection of artworks across various categories as well as an expanded offering of Tibetan, Japanese, and Indian and South East Asian art.
The sale is particularly strong on lacquer art. Highlights include a work from the collection of Ambassador Joaquim Eulalio Nascimento da Silva (1883-1965).
They also offer for sale a MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID HEXAGONAL BLACK AND RED LACQUERED TRIPOD STAND. 17th Century. 24.5cm H. (Estimate: £800 – 1,200).
Following previous successes in the field of cloisonné enamel, the sale will include a MASSIVE CHINESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL TRIPOD CENSER AND COVER. Qing Dynasty, early 19th Century.31cm H. (Estimate: £2,000 – 3,000).
Ceramic highlights from the sale include a CHINESE YELLOW AND GREEN BOWL. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi mark and of the period. 6.5cm H, 12.5cm diameter. (Estimate: £5,000 – 6,000).
They also offer a TIBETAN GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF A BARDO DEITY. 18th Century. 20cm H. Provenance: Spink and Sons, purchased by the present owner in the 1980s. (Estimate: £1,500 – 2,000).
Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!