Straordinaria e rarissima fiasca della luna ...
Auction 0230 / Lot 0255
sold EUR 2.000.000,00
Importante paravento a dodici ante in legno ...
Auction 0165 / Lot 0475
sold EUR 1.700.000,00
Straordinaria e rara campana o guanta con ...
Auction 0150 / Lot 0146
sold EUR 560.000,00
Coppia di rarissimi e grandi Ruyi in giada ...
Auction 0179 / Lot 0108
sold EUR 520.000,00
Importante figura di Begtse in bronzo dorato ...
Auction 0138 / Lot 0178
sold EUR 500.000,00
Altare in legno huanghuali, Cina, Dinastia ...
Auction 0280 / Lot 0382
sold EUR 485.000,00
Cambi’s department of Orientalist and Chinese works of art has earned a place amongst the leading departments of our Auction House thanks to the value of its sales, especially in the last few years. Cambi’s Department of Oriental Art auctions represents a sector that registered an impressive growth, mainly due to the tireless attention of Asian Art collectors Worldwide, particularly Chinese works of art.
Cambi’s auction catalogues of oriental art propose a great variety of objects in bronze, jade, coral, ivory, porcelain and wood, splendid works of art such as Chinese vases and antique sculptures, decorative objects and plates, engravings, ceremony utensils and sacred sculptures, flasks and censers, ruyi and jewllery.
Among the top lots sold by the Oriental Art Department are the rare Chinese Moon Flask in white and blue porcelain, belonging to Qing Dinasty, sold for € 2,000,000 in Cambi’s Fine Chinese Works of Art Auction that took place in May 2015. Equally important is the sale of a large screen shield that features polychrome porcelain plaques, also of Qing Dinasty manufacture, Jiaqing period, sold for €2,070,000, a record in the Italian field of Chinese art auctions. In 2012 Cambi Auction House sold for € 596,000 a rare bronze sculpture depicting the figure of Begtse, also manufactured in Qianlong period of Qing Dynasty. In 2013 Cambi Auction House sold for € 690,000 the extraodinary and rare white jade bell with dorje of imperial manufacture, with Qing Dynasty and Qianlong marks, presented in a black skin cover.
The Chinese Art market has become global in the last few years thanks to technology and the possibility of live participation in sales and auctions all over the World, by phone or using the most advanced services for live auctions like Cambi Live. This is why Chinese and Oriental works of art reach maximum values without being proposed in New York, Shaghai or London auctions. Collectors, art enthusiasts and oriental art lovers from Europe and Asia are familiar with auction houses and art galleries that offer quality works of art as Cambi Auction House and follow closely the previews of the upcoming auctions.Dario Mottola firstname.lastname@example.org
Auctions of ”Oriental Art”
Auction 0310Fine Chinese Works of Art
tue 23 MAY 2017
Auction 0280Fine Chinese Works of Art
tue 20 DECEMBER 2016
Auction 0260Fine Chinese Works of Art
tue 24 MAY 2016
Auction 0239Chinese Works of Art
tue 8 MARCH 2016
Auction 0240Fine Chinese Works of Art
tue 15 DECEMBER 2015
Auction 0229Chinese Works of Art
mon 22 JUNE 2015
Auction 0230The Yongzheng Moon Flask, an Imperial Masterpiece
tue 26 MAY 2015
Auction 0230Fine Chinese Works of Art
tue 26 MAY 2015
Auction 0230The Splendor of Chinese Corals
tue 26 MAY 2015
Auction 0210Fine Chinese Works of Art
tue 16 DECEMBER 2014