Asian Art at Marchant
Marchant was founded in 1925 by Samuel Sydney Marchant (1897-1975). Our specialties are Imperial Chinese Ming and Qing porcelains, jades, cloisonné, pottery and works of art. Emphasis is placed on rarity, quality, condition and provenance.
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Porcelain & Works of Art
Japanese porcelain pale celadon lavender glazed ribbed globular jar with rounded body and gently flared short neck, covered on the base and interior with an even pale celadon lavender Ru-type glaze thinning at the ribs, with brown rim and foot rim.
6 7/8 inches, 17.5 cm high.
Kawase Shinobu, 1989.
Wood box, described as ‘celadon striped jar’, signed and with artist’s seal, Shinobu, on the interior of the cover and the orange cloth.
A Chinese porcelain Ming imperial yellow saucer dish with slightly flared rim, covered on the front and underside with a rich yellow glaze, the base with a six-character mark of Zhengde within a double ring and of the period, 1508-1521.
17.6 cm, 7 ¼ inches diameter.
Japanese ceramic unglazed, charcoal-fired stoneware vessel and cover, painted on most of the body with cream, beige and grey slip falling short of the base and revealing the biscuit body, the drop-in cover surmounted by a bud-form finial.
7 1/2 inches, 19 cm high.
Kawase Shinobu, 1994.
Wood box, signed and with artist’s seal, Shinobu, on the interior of the cover.
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How to Collect Qing Porcelain: Top Tips from Legendary Dealer Richard Marchant (Sotheby’s July 2020)
This video shows Richard Marchant giving advice to collectors on how to collect Chinese porcelain and what criteria should be met. The video was produced by Sotheby's Hong Kong...