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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Asian Art news and articles

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Collecting Japanese woodblock prints

The art of Japanese woodblock prints represent stunning representations of Japanese life from breath-taking landscapes and beautiful women to...

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From The Far East to the West Midands

Asian Art comes to the West Midlands – Fieldings expansion in to the Asian Art market   Here at Fielding’s we see a wealth of...

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Auction Life magazine Autumn 2019

Twice a year we produce our company magazine 'Auction Life' which tells our clients and potential clients about the exciting lots we have sold and...

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Simply Weird & Wonderful

On Saturday 26th October, Fieldings are to offer the most wonderful collection of items that could only be described as eclectic!  The...

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Don't forget Will on the Antiques Roadshow...

Will filmed at the beautiful 18th Century National Trust property located near the village of Strangford, in County Down, Northern Ireland over...

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Just in the Nick of time for Christmas

Nick Davies (Director and jewellery, silver and watch specialist) talks us through the upcoming Christmas auction, that will take place on...

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We are not just a pretty face !

Many of our specialist valuers and auctioneers you will recognise from your screens. Would you like us to come and see you? We are happy to come...

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Our next auction

The Christmas Sale - Silver & Jewellery: Saturday 7 December 2019

Lot 800

An 18ct hallmarked diamond solitaire, emerald cut claw set stone, weight approximately 4.60ct, colour…

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Lot 800

Lot 498

A gentleman's 18ct gold Rolex Submariner wrist watch with batons and date facility to a black dial,…

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Lot 498

Lot 807

A platinum diamond set bracelet with two old cut centre stones each approximately 1.25ct, within…

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Lot 807

Lot 494

An gentleman's 18ct Rolex Oyster perpetual cosmograph Daytona wrist watch, batons and three…

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Lot 494

Lot 100

A Georgian hallmarked silver wine cooler and conforming liner formed as The Warwick Vase detailed…

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Lot 100

Lot 499

A lady's 18ct gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust wrist watch with diamond set batons and date…

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Lot 499

Lot 497

A gentleman's stainless steel and gold Rolex submariner wrist watch 16613T, with batons and date…

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Lot 497

Lot 578

An 18ct diamond solitaire ring, emerald cut claw set stones, weight approximately 2.00ct, colour H/I,…

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Lot 578

Lot 589

A platinum diamond solitaire ring, old cut claw set stones weight 4.20ct, colour L/M, clarity I1, to…

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Lot 589

Lot 430

A stainless steel gentleman's Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner meters first Submariner wrist watch,…

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Lot 430

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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.

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