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
Kangxi famille verte biscuit porcelain hexagonal openwork brushpot, bitong, with a galleried rim, each side with a central circular medallion enclosing flowers and insects, the openwork cash and honeycomb ground between flowerheads on a seed green ground, beneath a flat rim and recessed top edge with iron-red triangular diaper, the base with six bracket aubergine feet with a faux bois design.
13cm high, 11.4 cm diameter.
Pair of Chinese imperial porcelain small yellow glazed thinly potted saucer dishes, each covered overall in an even yellow glaze extending to the base.
4 1/4 inches, 10.8 cm diameter.
The bases with six-character marks of Guangxu and of the period, 1875-1908.
Chinese imperial porcelain fencai large thickly potted dish, finely painted with five-clawed iron-red and blue dragon on each side of a flaming gilt pearl, all amongst stylised ruyi-clouds and flames within a wide gilt band, the underside with an aubergine dragon and another iron-red dragon with two pearls amongst stylised clouds and flames.
13 ½ inches, 34.3 cm diameter.
The base with a six-character mark of Guangxu in iron-red and of the period, 1875-1908.
Features & News
FAMILLE VERTE FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
28th October – 12th November 2021
2021 年10 月28 日 – 11 月12 日
New Website Launched
We are delighted to announce that our eagerly anticipated new website is now live!
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...