A GUAN-TYPE PORCELAIN VASE WITH MOULDED HANDLES
Price realised: €456,000
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A GUAN-TYPE PORCELAIN VASE WITH MOULDED HANDLES
Price realised: €456,000
AN IMPORTANT AND INTRICATELY CARVED ‘SQUIRREL AND GRAPES’ MARBLE-TOP HONGMU SIDE TABLE WITH DRAWERS China, Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century
PRICE REALISED: €175,000
AN IMPORTANT AND INTRICATELY CARVED ‘SQUIRREL AND GRAPES’ MARBLE-TOP HONGMU SIDE TABLE WITH DRAWERS China, Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century
PRICE REALISED: €175,000
A BLEU DE HUE ‘DRAGON, QILIN AND KHANH THO’ PORCELAIN PLATE INSCRIBED WITH THE MARK ‘KHANH XUAN THI TA - 慶春侍左 - ETERNAL SPRING, LEFT PALACE’ Vietnam, Presumably Nguyen Dynasty
PRICE REALISED €175,000
A BLEU DE HUE ‘DRAGON, QILIN AND KHANH THO’ PORCELAIN PLATE INSCRIBED WITH THE MARK ‘KHANH XUAN THI TA - 慶春侍左 - ETERNAL SPRING, LEFT PALACE’ Vietnam, Presumably Nguyen Dynasty
PRICE REALISED €175,000
LÊ QUỐC LỘC (VIETNAM, 1918-1987) ECOLE DES BEAUX ARTS DE L’INDOCHINE (INDOCHINA FINE ARTS COLLEGE - EBAI), 12TH CLASS (1942) A Mekong river landscape with a village
PRICE REALISED €450,000
LÊ QUỐC LỘC (VIETNAM, 1918-1987) ECOLE DES BEAUX ARTS DE L’INDOCHINE (INDOCHINA FINE ARTS COLLEGE - EBAI), 12TH CLASS (1942) A Mekong river landscape with a village
PRICE REALISED €450,000
LÊ QUỐC LỘC (VIETNAM, 1918-1987) ECOLE DES BEAUX ARTS DE L’INDOCHINE (INDOCHINA FINE ARTS COLLEGE - EBAI), 12TH CLASS (1942) A Mekong river landscape with a village
PRICE REALISED €450,000
A BLEU DE HUE ‘DRAGON, QILIN AND KHANH THO’ PORCELAIN PLATE INSCRIBED WITH THE MARK ‘KHANH XUAN THI TA - 慶春侍左 - ETERNAL SPRING, LEFT PALACE’ Vietnam, Presumably Nguyen Dynasty
PRICE REALISED €175,000
AN IMPORTANT AND INTRICATELY CARVED ‘SQUIRREL AND GRAPES’ MARBLE-TOP HONGMU SIDE TABLE WITH DRAWERS China, Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century
PRICE REALISED: €175,000
A GUAN-TYPE PORCELAIN VASE WITH MOULDED HANDLES
Price realised: €456,000
A RARE BLUE AND WHITE PEONY JAR
Hammer Price: €240,000.00

Fine Asian Arts, Antiques & Paintings

FOLLOWING THE RE-LAUNCH OF ITS ASIAN ART DEPARTMENT IN JUNE 2021, ADAM’S IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL FIRST YEAR EXERCISE WITH OVER 3000 LOTS OFFERED AT AUCTION, 4 AUCTIONS, 7 LOTS SOLD OVER €100,000 AND NEAR 4.3 MILLION TURNOVER.  

Adam’s ‘Asian Art Department’ expertly caters to both established professional collectors and those buying on a smaller scale, reaching a global clientele through numerous platforms,  synonymous with high-end results.

Request a valuation of your item or collection at any time: our next auction record might be in your house!

Our ‘Asian Art Department’ aims at organizing four auctions a year and covers four specialities:

I- Arts of China & Himalaya:

→ porcelains - wooden carvings - scholar objects - jades - snuff bottles - paintings - textiles - furniture etc.

II- Arts of Indochina, Vietnam & South-East Asia:

→ Lê Quoc Loc, Lê Phổ, Mai Trung Thứ, Alix Aymé, Mai Trung Thứ, Jean Volang, Joseph Inguimberty, Victor Tardieu, Nguyen Mai Thu, Nguyễn Phan Chánh, Nguyen Dynasty, Blue de Hué, Pháp Lam etc.

III- Asian Painters & Modern Art;

→ Toshio Bando, Léonard Foujita, Cheong Soo Pieng etc.

IV- Arts of Japan & Korea.

→ Namban art, netsukes, inros, screens etc.

We are delighted to be members of the two world-leading Asian Art events:

- Asian Art in London;

- Printemps Asiatique Paris.

We are proud to have achieved and to hold world-record prices:

#1- China: €456,200 for a Yongzheng-marked crackled-glaze porcelain vase (2021/06/29);

#2- Vietnam: €450,000 for a major six-fold lacquer screen by Lê Quốc Lộc (2022/06/29);

#3- Vietnam: €175,000 for a Bleu de Hue Vietnamese plate (2021/11/23);

#4- China: €175,000 for a Hongmu desk, once owned by Ferdinand Viscount of Lesseps (2021/11/23);

#5- China: €137,500 for a Chinese painting after Castiglione (2021/06/29);

#6- China: €118,750 for a Yongle-style blue and white porcelain bianhu flask (2022/01/18);

#7- Vietnam: €100,000 for a major lacquer panel by Alix Aymé (2022/06/29).

We offer unparalleled services:

- free, confidential and fast appraisals within 24 hours;

- detailed and museum quality auction catalogs with numerous pictures;

- auction trailers / teasers / videos;

- 12 online catalogs & 8 online live auctions (Adam’s Live IR, 51bidlive CN, E-Pailive CN, AuctionHome CN, Artfoxlive CN, TheSaleroom UK, Drouot Live FR, Auction.fr FR, Invaluable US, Liveauctioneers US);

- 3D virtual tour of auction previews;

- previews in London, UK, and Paris, France.

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Fine Asian Arts, Antiques & Paintings

Fine Asian Arts, Antiques & Paintings

FOLLOWING THE RE-LAUNCH OF ITS ASIAN ART DEPARTMENT IN JUNE 2021, ADAM’S IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL FIRST YEAR EXERCISE WITH OVER 3000 LOTS OFFERED AT AUCTION, 4 AUCTIONS, 7 LOTS SOLD OVER €100,000 AND NEAR 4.3 MILLION TURNOVER.  

Adam’s ‘Asian Art Department’ expertly caters to both established professional collectors and those buying on a smaller scale, reaching a global clientele through numerous platforms,  synonymous with high-end results.

Request a valuation of your item or collection at any time: our next auction record might be in your house!

Our ‘Asian Art Department’ aims at organizing four auctions a year and covers four specialities:

I- Arts of China & Himalaya:

→ porcelains - wooden carvings - scholar objects - jades - snuff bottles - paintings - textiles - furniture etc.

II- Arts of Indochina, Vietnam & South-East Asia:

→ Lê Quoc Loc, Lê Phổ, Mai Trung Thứ, Alix Aymé, Mai Trung Thứ, Jean Volang, Joseph Inguimberty, Victor Tardieu, Nguyen Mai Thu, Nguyễn Phan Chánh, Nguyen Dynasty, Blue de Hué, Pháp Lam etc.

III- Asian Painters & Modern Art;

→ Toshio Bando, Léonard Foujita, Cheong Soo Pieng etc.

IV- Arts of Japan & Korea.

→ Namban art, netsukes, inros, screens etc.

We are delighted to be members of the two world-leading Asian Art events:

- Asian Art in London;

- Printemps Asiatique Paris.

We are proud to have achieved and to hold world-record prices:

#1- China: €456,200 for a Yongzheng-marked crackled-glaze porcelain vase (2021/06/29);

#2- Vietnam: €450,000 for a major six-fold lacquer screen by Lê Quốc Lộc (2022/06/29);

#3- Vietnam: €175,000 for a Bleu de Hue Vietnamese plate (2021/11/23);

#4- China: €175,000 for a Hongmu desk, once owned by Ferdinand Viscount of Lesseps (2021/11/23);

#5- China: €137,500 for a Chinese painting after Castiglione (2021/06/29);

#6- China: €118,750 for a Yongle-style blue and white porcelain bianhu flask (2022/01/18);

#7- Vietnam: €100,000 for a major lacquer panel by Alix Aymé (2022/06/29).

We offer unparalleled services:

- free, confidential and fast appraisals within 24 hours;

- detailed and museum quality auction catalogs with numerous pictures;

- auction trailers / teasers / videos;

- 12 online catalogs & 8 online live auctions (Adam’s Live IR, 51bidlive CN, E-Pailive CN, AuctionHome CN, Artfoxlive CN, TheSaleroom UK, Drouot Live FR, Auction.fr FR, Invaluable US, Liveauctioneers US);

- 3D virtual tour of auction previews;

- previews in London, UK, and Paris, France.

Contacts for this department

Thibault A. Duval
Head of Asian Art

Thibault A. Duval

BA MA

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How to Value Diamonds based on the Four C’s
Carat

A carat is the international metric unit of weight for a diamond. Large diamonds are much rarer than small ones, so the value of a diamond rises in proportion to its carat weight.

Colour

Diamonds are graded on a colour scale from D to Z, D being colourless and Z having a light colour tint. All D to Z diamonds are considered white, although they contain varying degrees of colour. With white diamonds the absence of colour is most sought after and so too the value increases with lack of body colour. Diamonds do come in a variety of colours such as pinks, blues and yellows, known as fancy colours. Although fancy colour diamonds are graded on a separate colour scale.

Clarity

The “birthmarks” or small imperfections on the surface (called blemishes) and inside the diamond (called inclusions) are known as clarity characteristics. Clarity refers to the degree to which clarity characteristics are present.  The clarity scale has 6 categories (FL, IF, VVS’s, VS’s, SI’s and I’s) divided into 11 grades and diamonds with less inclusions have a higher value.

Cut

The ability of a transparent diamond to play with white light is largely down to the cut of a stone. The faceted faces of a diamond act like a hall of mirrors bouncing light inside a diamond and returning it as brilliance (white light), fire (flashes of colour) and scintillation (pleasing pattern of light and dark areas). A well-cut diamond is very lively and bright. Round brilliant diamonds are more expensive than fancy-cut diamonds, as more rough is cut to produce the diamond.

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