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A pair of Dutch Delft blue and white chinoiserie bottle vases, 18th C.

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Fullt title: A pair of Dutch Delft blue and white chinoiserie bottle vases, 18th C.

Description:
H.: 41,5 cm

Condition: (UV-checked)
- Both vases with the top and base rims oversprayed, otherwise good.

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Fullt title: A pair of Dutch Delft blue and white chinoiserie bottle vases, 18th C.

Description:
H.: 41,5 cm

Condition: (UV-checked)
- Both vases with the top and base rims oversprayed, otherwise good.

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- _____________

Four-day Asian & European arts auction, including important Chinese and Vietnamese works of art

Sale Date(s)
Lots: 1-400
Lots: 401-800
Lots: 801-1200
Lots: 1201-1407
Lots: 1408-1600
Venue Address
Genthof 9
Brugge
8000
Belgium

Transport:
The list of shippers below welcome your quotation request before the auction. We recommend you to get in touch with them before the sale to obtain a quote.

1) Mail Boxes Etc.
Blvd. du Regent 54
1000 Brussel
Phone: +32(0)22422939
E-mail: mbebrussels@mbebelgium.be

2) Jun Hao Chen
Chinese speaking international logistics.
Email: info@junhao-chen.com
Phone: +‭31 6 34 89 62 22‬
Wechat ID: jun781994

3) Eagle Shipping
International worldwide forwarding from small parcels to full container loads. Shipping via ocean - air - road.
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Web: www.eaglezeebrugge.com
Phone: +32 (0)50558855

4) Eastern Boat Logistics
Chinese speaking international logistics.
E-mail: info@eboatlogistics.com
Web: www.eboatlogistics.com
Phone: +32 (0)27212703
Wechat ID: wxid_zp74u4eisjbf12

5) Antiquetrans BV
Chinese speaking international logistics.
Manager: Zhongkuan Cao (Kuan)
Email: czhongkuan@gmail.com
Web: www.antiquetrans.eu
Phone: +32 (0) 488118568
Wechat ID: wxid_p8qjsk9tafyk22

6) Transports Expéditions Intl 
Dedicated transport across Belgium, France and Southern Europe.
Manager: Julio Saavedra
E-mail: saavedra.julio@icloud.com
Web: www.emballageart.com
Phone: +33 (0)68445507

7) Gaumont Transports
Dedicated transport across Belgium and France.
Manager: Pierre Gaumont
E-mail: pierre.gaumont@free.fr
Phone: +33 (0)608491868

8) Pac4art Fine Art Service
Dedicated transport across Belgium and Germany.
E-mail: contact@pac4art.com
Website: www.pac4art.com
Tel.: +49(0)21332857818

9) New DelfineArt
Dedicated transport across Belgium and Germany.
E-mail: info@delfineart.de
Website: www.delfineart.de
Tel.: +49(0)2284228698

10) Fegers
Dedicated transport across Belgium and Germany.
E-mail: info@fegers-transporte.de
Website: www.fegers-transporte.de
Tel.: +49(0)4131727525

11) Alan Smith Ltd. (UK - dedicated transport)
Phone: +44(0)1202293896
E-mail: info@alansmitheurope.com

Important Information

The sale is held across four days from February 22 until 25. The sale will then be followed by our selection of European arts

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A good part of the condition reports are already available in the description.
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Important information concerning the buyer's premium:
Sales commission is 30%, all taxes included. This means that the final price to be paid will be the hammer price plus 30% of the hammer price.
However, invoices paid by bank transfer, European debit card or cash (up to €2.999), within 14 days after the auction (payments reaching us by the 15th calendar day after the last auction day), will be subject to the premium rate of 27.5%.
For lots exceeding 50.000 Euro, the buyer’s premium on the excess above 50.000 will be lowered to 20%. On this lowered premium, no discounts can be applied.

Terms & Conditions

  • The sale is conducted by:

    Rob Michiels Auctions

    AARM bv
    Address: Genthof 9, 8000 Brugge, Belgium
    VAT: BE 0568.546.989

    Tel.: +32(0)50 343603
    E-mail: info@rm-auctions.com
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  • Sales commission is 30%, all taxes included. This means that the final price to be paid will be the hammer price plus 30% of the hammer price.
    However, invoices paid by bank transfer, European debit card or cash (up to €2.999), within 14 days after the auction (payments reaching us by the 15th calendar day after the last auction day), will be subject to the  premium rate of 27.5%.
    For lots exceeding 50.000 Euro, the buyer’s premium on the excess above 50.000 will be lowered to 20%. On this lowered premium, no discounts can be applied.

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