News-Antique.com - Oct 21,2015 - LONDON Ely House – Highlights from Dreweatts’ Chinese Ceramics & Asian Works of Art auction will be on exhibition at Ely House during Asian Art in London 2015. The exhibition of key auction pieces will run for three days from Monday 9th November before moving to Donnington Priory in Newbury where the highlights will join all 336 lots for viewing ahead of the auction on Monday 16th November.
Mark Newstead, Head of Ceramics at Dreweatts said; “We’re delighted to be taking part in Asian Art in London again this year, especially as highlights from our auction will be on exhibition at Ely House, the beautiful home of Mallett Antiques. The exquisite former palace of the Bishop of Ely is the perfect location to showcase these fine pieces.”
A side facing Imperial Chinese dragon roundel, Qing Dynasty, circa 1850 from the Collection of Linda Wrigglesworth, London.
Est. £2,000-4,000 [Lot 124]
A Cloisonné enamel 'Lotus' vase, Hu, probably Qing Dynasty incised Qianlong six character mark, 39cm high.
Est. £4,000-6,000 [Lot 41]
A fine Chinese soapstone group, Qing Dynasty, presumably depicting a scene from the Han dynasty. Provenance: The Legard family, Scampston Hall Yorkshire and then to the current owner.
Est. £10,000-15,000 [Lot 75]
A fine large Chinese blue and white Dish, Kangxi.
Est. £1,000-1,500 [Lot 150]
A Chinese gilt-bronze of Vishnu riding on Garuda, probably Qing Dynasty.
Est. £5,000-7,000 [Lot 29]
A rare Imperial yellow-glazed moulded archaistic ritual food vessel and cover, Gui, Qing Dynasty.
Provenance: Major J H M Shaw Stewart (1831-1908), collected in the 1860's and then by direct family descent.
Est. £5,000-7,000 [Lot 171]
Chinese Ceramics & Asian Works of Art
Auction Date: Monday 16th November 2015, 11am
Auction Location: Donnington Priory, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 2JE