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~ A Chinese Porcelain Figure of Guanyin, Qing Dynasty, late 18th/19th century, typically modelled

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Leyburn, North Yorkshire

~ A Chinese Porcelain Figure of Guanyin, Qing Dynasty, late 18th/19th century, typically modelled seated on lotus
24.5cm high



Provenance: W Waddingham Antiques & Works of Art, 1 August 1957



Some repair to hands and leaves. Some fritting and manufacturing flaws including pitting, firing cracks and enamel flaking.

~ A Chinese Porcelain Figure of Guanyin, Qing Dynasty, late 18th/19th century, typically modelled seated on lotus
24.5cm high



Provenance: W Waddingham Antiques & Works of Art, 1 August 1957



Some repair to hands and leaves. Some fritting and manufacturing flaws including pitting, firing cracks and enamel flaking.

Spring Fine Sale

Sale Date(s)
Venue Address
The Auction Centre
Leyburn
North Yorkshire
DL8 5SG
United Kingdom

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Important Information

This Spring, Tennants Auctioneers is delighted to be offering for sale a fine and rare Chinese Celadon Jade Inscribed ‘Luohan’ Boulder from the Qianlong reign with its original hardwood stand. It will be sold as part of a Private Collection of Asian Art and European Antiques in the sale. The boulder, which is offered with an estimate of £70,000-100,000 plus buyer’s premium, depicts Luohan Ańgaja sitting cross-legged in a rocky grotto. View Press Release

Further highlights from the collection include a Set of Four Chinese Pale Celadon Jade Bowls, Qing Dynasty, probably Qianlong (estimate: £8,000-12,000 plus buyer’s premium), and a Pair of Chinese Porcelain ‘Nodding Head’ Figures, Qianlong (estimate: £4,000-6,000 plus buyer’s premium).

The collectors lived in London from the 1950s and acquired the fine collection predominantly from the leading Asian art and antiques dealers in the city. Many of the pieces in the collection will be sold with original purchase receipts. The items in this collection will be denoted throughout the online catalogue with a ~ symbol.

The sale will also include selected contents from Dutton Manor, Lancashire. 

In addition the sale comprises a small family collection of Renaissance bronzes, two good Iznik Faience Dishes from the late 16th/early 17th century, and a Private Collection of 17th and 18th century furniture including Continental and English oak pieces.

Please Note: 

Please note there will be no internet bidding on lots 1-10 and bidders on these lots will be required to provide proof of identification and a deposit of £1,000. Registration for commission and telephone bidding on lots 1-10 will close on Wednesday 13th March at 12 noon. To register please email enquiry@tennants-ltd.co.uk  You are welcome to attend the auction to bid in person.

乾隆玉石

今年春天,坦能拍卖行很高兴将出售一件精美且稀有的乾隆时期中国青瓷玉刻罗汉巨石,并配有原来的硬木架。它将作为亚洲艺术和欧洲古董私人收藏的一部分在 3 月 16 日的春季艺术品拍卖会上出售。

这块巨石估价为 70,000 至 100,000 英镑(另加买家佣金),描绘的是安加拉汉盘腿坐在岩洞中,手里拿着经文、一根手杖和念珠。

阅读详细信息

春季特卖,3 月 16 日上午 9:30

观看时间:3月10日星期日至3月15日星期五上午11点至下午4点,3月16日星期六上午8点开始
买方佣金:24.0%+增值税(共28.8%)

这次拍卖的1-10号拍品不支持互联网竞拍。这些拍品的竞拍者将需要提供身份证明和1000英镑的押金。对1-10号拍品的佣金和电话竞标的注册将于3月13日星期三中午12点截止。请通过电子邮件注册,发送至 enquiry@tennants-ltd.co.uk。您可以亲临现场参加拍卖竞标。

 

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From 14 February 2006 all United Kingdom art market professionals (which includes auctioneers) are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by living artists, and those who have died with the last 70 years. This payment is calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of €1,000 (the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates. 

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Tags: Qing, Qing Dynasty, Chinese Porcelain, Porcelain, Figure, Chinese Art by Period / Style