Albarello Siria, Damasco, inizio secolo ...
Auction 0293 / Lot 1071
sold EUR 175.000,00
Coppa Urbino, maestro della cerchia di Nicola ...
Auction 0267 / Lot 0042
sold EUR 48.000,00
Piatto Deruta, bottega di Giacomo Mancini ...
Auction 0267 / Lot 0085
sold EUR 48.000,00
Piatto Deruta, prima metà del sec. XVI
Auction 0267 / Lot 0084
sold EUR 35.000,00
Piatto Urbino, bottega di Guido di Merlino, ...
Auction 0267 / Lot 0043
sold EUR 34.000,00
Importante coppia di alzate in porcellana, ...
Auction 0186 / Lot 0246
sold EUR 32.000,00
Giovanni Asioli Martini
Porcelain, European and Middle East Majolica
Cambi’s majolica and porcelain sales offering European artworks, are auctions of great interest for our clients, collectors and antique dealers, to whom Cambi Auction House offers the opportunity to acquire rare and never seen before objects, artworks of their particular interest. Artworks in majolica and porcelain represent a refined form of art, a sector that obtained important spaces in our auctions catalogues, given its growing interest on the contemporary art market.
Cambi’s majolica, ceramics and porcelain auction catalogues include decorative pieces and objects for private use such as plates, trays, jugs and tea pots, vases and pharmacy jars, underplates and bottle carriers, objects originating from private collections of Italian and European manufacture, both antique works and from the XVth to the XIXth century.
Among the most impotant results obtained by Cambi’s Maiolica and Porcelain Department, there are pieces such as the couple of porcelain risers of Russian Imperial manufacture sold for €32,000 in 2014 and the couple of porcelain vases with bronze inserts of XIXth century French manufacture sold for €24,500. Important auction results have also been registered by the XVIth and XVIIIth Ligurian majolica artworks, Sevres porcellains form the XIXth century and the Ginori ones from the XVIII century.
Owners of extensive collections or of single artworks in majolica, porcellain and ceramics, can contact Cambi Auction House for valuations and for the inclusion of their artworks in our auction catalogues dedicated to European antiques, majolica and porcelain.
Auctions of ”Porcelain and Ceramics”
Auction 0267Important Italian majolica from the Renaissance to the Baroque
tue 25 OCTOBER 2016
Auction 0256Collectors' Majolica
thu 5 MAY 2016
Auction 025117th and 18th Century Majolica
tue 15 MARCH 2016
Auction 0243Collectors' Majolica and Porcelain
wed 18 NOVEMBER 2015
Auction 0162Italian Majolica from 16th to 18th Century
wed 24 APRIL 2013