Asian Art

Asian Art is a fast-paced and ever-changing market which condenses all aspects of Chinese, Japanese, South-East Asian Middle Eastern and Indian artwork. Our sales can include a diverse range of porcelain, metalwares, jades, ivories, paintings and furniture dating from the Neolithic Period (600-2000 BC) to the Republic Period (1912-1949). Most of the lots sell to international buyers and return to their country of origin. Fieldings are the only auctioneers in the West Midlands to have a dedicated Asian Art department and it is headed up by Rachel Holland. Read more

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Rachel Holland

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Most recent auction

Centuries of Glass: Saturday 30 May 2020

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Fieldings house Asian Art record - a Chinese Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period famille rose Buddhist Emblem alter vessel sold for £56,000.

Rachels most memorable find - a 17th Century Chinese blanc de chine figure of Guanyin by He Chaochun sold for £260,000.

Rachel’s dream find – a Yongzheng Imperial flambe glazed moonflask, the glazes of that period are exceptionally beautiful.

A Chinese Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period famille rose Buddhist Emblem alter vessel, sold £56,000

A late 17th to early 18th Century Chinese rhino horn archaistic libation cup, sold £30,000

A Chinese archaistic bronze gui, sold £18,000

A collection of Chinese overlay glass snuff bottles, sold £10,000

A Chinese brush pot, Bitong, sold £6,800

A large pair of 19th Century Chinese cloisonne censers modelled as figures of standing cranes, sod £6,600

A Chinese Yixing cup formed as a libation cup, sold £6,100

A Chinese Ming dynasty (1368-1644) gilt bronze figure of Buddha, sold £4,600

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