Catalogues & Exhibitions

Available Pieces
  • 2022 Chinese Ceramics Tang to Song

    £160

    Chinese Ceramics from Tang to Song coincides with the 25th anniversary of Asian Art in London. The exhibition has been carefully curated and includes 43 pieces with excellent provenance, many of which are the finest examples of their type that the gallery has ever handled in almost 100 years of business.

  • Marchant – One Hundred Years

    £500

    One Hundred Years is more than just a chronicle of the Marchant past; it is a celebration of their enduring passion for Chinese art.

  • Kangxi Biscuit and Pottery: A Private French Collection

    £POA

    This group of 17th century and early Kangxi ceramic wares originate entirely from one collection formed between the early 1920’s and 1941.

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  • 2022 Kawase Shinobu – Master of Celadon, a retrospective

    £100

    The exhibition catalogue of Marchant's first contemporary art exhibition in almost 100 years of business, “Kawase Shinobu - Master of Celadon, a retrospective”, which features 52 pieces by the ‘Master of Celadon’, Kawase Shinobu. There are pieces from the 1970’s up to and including a piece fired as recently as 2020, as well as a number of pieces made for special exhibitions.

  • 2021 Famille Verte from Private Collections

    £140

    The exhibition catalogue of Famille Verte from Private Collections comprises of 18 pieces of Chinese Kangxi porcelain and coincides with Asian Art in London 2021. The exhibition contains various interesting pieces of a variety of forms and subject matters, from collections such as T.Y. Chao, Rockerfeller and W.A. Evill. Of note, is a charming rare imperial mark and period dish with a lady, a pair of meiping-form vases (front cover), dated to 1701 and a rouleau vase with a famous scene from a Ming play, Softback.

  • 2020 The Lobl Collection of Chinese Jades

    £140

    The catalogue of The Lobl Collection of Chinese Jades comprises of 36 pieces of Chinese jade and accompanied our 95th anniversary exhibition in November 2020. Notable pieces include a large burnt pebble carved with qilin, a large peachstone vessel, an archaic style pouring vessel with dragon climbing through the handle, a large horse biting its foot, a nine-dragon brushwasher, a tied treasure sack with dragons and relief poem, waterpot with high-relief dragons, an ewer with small handle, a Mughal wine cup and five bis. Soft back.

  • 2018 Chinese Ceramics Han to Song

    £160

    The catalogue of Chinese Ceramics Han to Song comprises of 35 pieces of Chinese ceramics from the Han dynasty to the Song dynastyand accompanied our exhibition in November 2018. Notable pieces are a Tang chesnut and straw glazed pottery horse, a Tang chestnut figure of a falconer, a Song dynasty large Cizhou floral meiping and a Southern Song Longquan celadon candlestick. Hard back.

  • 2001 Recent Acquisitions

    £POA

    The catalogue of Recent Acquisitions comprises of 21 pieces of Chinese porcelain and works of art and accompanied our exhibition in 2001. Notable pieces are an imperial Qianlong enamel famille rose yellow-ground teapot and cover, a large Qianlong jade mountain with Shoulao, a pair of Qianlong white jade bowls, a pair of Kangxi famille verte ovoid lanterns from the Richard Bennett, a pair of Kangxi famille verte dated 1701 meipings, a Kangxi imperial famille verte peach dish, a Qianlong imperial turquoise bottle vase, a Qianlong imperial teadust hu and a Jiaqing imperial coral-ground gilt decorated double gourd. Paper back.

  • 2019 Qing Porcelain from Three Private Collections

    £140

    The catalogue of Qing Porcelain from Three Private Collections comprises of 28 pieces of Qing porcelain from the collections of Tang Shaoyi, Henry Mazot and Jeffrey Stamen and accompanied our exhibition in November 2019. Notable pieces are an early Kangxi fish dish with copper-red, a Kangxi imperial immortal saucer dish, a Kangxi celadon-ground carved brushpot with chilong dragons, a Kangxi powder-blue ground vase with immortals, an imperial Yongzheng red bowl and an imperial Kangxi yellow and green dragon bowl. Soft back.

  • 2016 Kangxi Underglaze Blue & Copper Red

    £160

    The catalogue of Kangxi Underglaze Blue & Copper-Red comprises of 34 pieces of Kangxi porcelain and accompanied our exhibition in November 2016. Notable pieces are an imperial blue and white and underglaze copper-red bowl painted with a leaping carp, an early Kangxi brush pot, a Guanyin-form vase published by Beurdeley and Raindre, a garlic-mouth slender baluster vase from Richard Bennett and also included in the 1935 Royal Academy exhibition and an imperial bowl painted with copper-red dragon medallions. Hard back.

  • 2017 Kangxi Famille Verte

    £160

    The catalogue of Kangxi Famille Verte comprises of 38 pieces of Kangxi porcelain and accompanied our exhibition in November 2017. Notable pieces are a famille verte ladies vase, a rouleau from the collection of John D. Rockefeller de-accessioned from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a Geng Zhi Tu dish, a duck bowl with other birds, a dated "Red Cliff" brush pot, an imperial persimmon and pomegranate dish and a massive pair of fish bowls. Hard back.

  • 2000 Recent Acquisitions

    £90

    The catalogue of Recent Acquisitions comprises of 42 pieces of Chinese and Japanese porcelain and works of art and accompanied our exhibition in 2000. Notable pieces are a large blue and white Ming figure of Zhongli Quan, exhibited in London in 1935, a large Yongzheng imperial celadon carved floral bowl, a large Yongzheng imperial celadon-ground dragon dish, a Jiaqing imperial ruby-ground famille rose vase with children at a New Year parade, a Song dynasty Longquan celadon vase and cover with relief dragon and birds, ex Palmer collection, a Qianlong imperial cloisonné guang and cover and a large oil painting of the Bund in Shanghai. Paper back.

  • 1980 Chinese Blue and White – Wan Li to K’ang Hsi

    £POA

    The catalogue of Chinese Blue and White - Wan Li to K'ang Hsi comprises of 82 pieces of Chinese porcelain and accompanied our exhibition in July 1980. Notable pieces include a Wanli imperial eight immortal bowl, a large signed and dated 1636 brushpot with figures in rafts, brushpot with a tiger and Lü Dongbin, a pair of large imperial Kangxi lotus bowls, Kangxi imperial dragon bowl, a massive Kangxi landscape yanyan, a celadon ground bird and prunus vase, an imperial Wanli candlestick, a transitional ovoid jar and cover with tiger and a Kangxi blue and white meiping with figures in landscape. Paper back.

  • 1981 Qing Mark and Period Monochromes and Enamelled Wares

    £160

    The catalogue of Qing Mark and Period Monochromes and Enamelled Wares comprises of 67 pieces of Chinese porcelain and accompanied our exhibition in July 1981. Notable pieces include a Yongzheng imperial brown chrysanthemum dish, a pair of Qianlong imperial Ru-glazed archaic style vases of gu-form, a Yongzheng imperial copper-red sanduo bowl, a pair of Yongzheng imperial café-ground iron-red dragon saucers, a Qianlong imperial doucai waterpot with bats, a Qianlong imperial pink-ground graviata ball flower vase, a Qianlong imperial ruby-ground graviata necked famille rose vase with continuous landscape palace scene and poem and a Qianlong imperial famille rose hu-form vase with phoenix birds. Paper back.

  • 2015 Ninety Jades for 90 Years

    £200

    The catalogue of Ninety Jades for 90 Years comprises of 90 pieces of Chinese jades and accompanied our 90th anniversary exhibition in November 2015. Notable pieces are the imperial Hodgson rhyton, the de Ganay buffalo and boy, a winged bixie, a seahorse carring scrolls above crested waves, a pair of cups and lotus stands and a baluster vase and cover with high-relief prunus tree and zitan stand. Hard back.

  • 2013 Imperial Chinese Porcelain, Ceramics & Works of Art

    £180

    The catalogue of Imperial Chinese Porcelain, Ceramics & Works of Art comprises of 50 pieces of Chinese porcelain and works of art in the Ming and Qing dynasties and accompanied our exhibition in 2013. Notable pieces are a Yongle blue and white lotus bouquet dish, an imperial Jiaqing yellow and green dragon bottle vase and a pair of imperial Qianlong bronze dragon vases. Hard back.

  • 2013 Chinese Jades from the Mr O.J.R. Allen Collection

    £140

    The catalogue of Chinese Jades from the Mr. O.J.R. Allen Collection comprises of 36 jade pieces and accompanied our exhibition in November 2013. Notable pieces are a yellow jade recumbent archaistic phoenix, a Qianlong white jade plump rabbit and an imperial Qianlong small pale celadon jade dragon and phoenix jar. Hard back.

  • 2014 Chinese Ceramics Tang to Qing

    £180

    The catalogue of Chinese Ceramics Tang to Qing comprises of 58 pieces of Chinese ceramics from the Tang dynasty to the Qing dynasty and accompanied our exhibition in May and June 2014. Notable pieces are a Song dynasty Dingyao cream-glazed moulded conical bowl, an imperial Zhengde blue and white brushrest, an imperial Wanli blue and white stem cup, an imperial Qianlong blue and white moonflask and an imperial Qianlong ge-type octagonal lobed brushwasher. Hard back.

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Tang

Objects specifically from the Tang dynasty.

Chinese Ceramics From Tang to Song

Chinese Ceramics Tang to Song coincides with the 25th anniversary of Asian Art in London. The exhibition has been carefully curated and includes 43 pieces with excellent provenance, many of which are the finest examples of their type that the gallery has ever handled in almost 100 years of business.

Monochromes

Objects of single-colour.