Marchant are delighted to announce the exhibition and sale of Famille Verte from Private Collections. This is Marchant’s second exhibition dedicated to Chinese porcelain produced during the reign of the Kangxi emperor painted in famille verte, wucai enamels. The exhibition coincides with Asian Art in London 2021. The exhibition comprises eighteen carefully selected pieces, primarily … Continued

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95th Anniversary Exhibition The Lobl Collection of Chinese Jades The first exhibition to be featured on the new website is The Lobl Collection. All the pieces have interactive 360° photography spins alongside the still images. The exhibition will be on display in our gallery from 29th October – 12th November. Opening weekend times: Saturday 31st October: 11:00-17:30 … Continued

95th Anniversary Exhibition – The Lobl Collection of Chinese Jades

Private collection of Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Lobl The exhibition comprises thirty six pieces from the private collection of Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Lobl, amassed over sixty years, predominantly buying from London dealer Louis Joseph and also from Bluett, William Clayton and Marchant. He also bought at Sotheby’s & Christie’s. The catalogue is produced chronologically … Continued

Covid-19 Update (June)

We care about our clients health and safety as much as the porcelain and we will be providing anyone entering the premises with gloves and a facemask and we will also be wearing these. We would like to take the opportunity to wish you all good health and hope to see you soon. Best wishes … Continued

Qing Porcelain from Three Private Collections

The exhibition comprises pieces from three esteemed collectors of Qing ceramics from the late 1800’s until today. Each collector is quite different but all have had the same passion for collecting, providing interesting provenance for each piece. Tang Shaoyi was the first Prime Minister of the Republic of China in 1912. He later held other … Continued

Chinese New Year 2019

Chinese Ceramics from Han to Song

Marchant has always handled, published, exhibited and advertised early wares but until now, these pieces have not been the focal point of an exhibition. This show has come from the rise in demand for early ceramics, thanks to increasing numbers of collections and exhibitions at museums and dealers. This has created new collectors in the … Continued

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Chinese New Year 2018

Chinese New Year 2017

A Chinese export porcelain famille rose tankard with cylindrical body and splayed foot, the handle in the form of a dragon’s body with spine nodules protruding, painted in coloured enamels with iron red and gilt with an open-mouthed cockerel standing on blue enamel rockwork in a continuous scene with a hound, a Buddhist lion, an open-winged bird … Continued