Our ceramics auctions with majolicas, porcelains and earthenware items of European and Middle-Eastern production are highly interesting to our clients - enthusiasts, collectors and antique dealers alike, to whom Cambi Auction House wishes to give the opportunity to acquire rare and never-seen items.
Majolica and porcelain items make up a refined form of collections that is finding more and more room within our auctions. Our ceramics catalogues include not only collectors’ items or museum pieces from the 14th to the 20th century, but decorative art items and everyday use objects as well, of Italian and foreign production, coming from private collections.
Among the best results ever achieved in Cambi Auction House’s ceramics auctions, worth noting is the sale of a Syrian albarello from the 15th century, sold for €218,000, or a Faentine cup by Baldassarre Manara from the early 1500s that was sold for €90,000, as well as a Deruta plate from Giacomo Mancini’s atelier, sold for €60,000. Among the many porcelains, a rare white porcelain figurine from the 18th century Venetian workshop Hewelcke was sold for €28,750 and the “Flora Danica” 12-person table set found its new owner for €50,000.
Collectors or owners of individual majolica or porcelain items may contact our Auction House to request a free valuation and to include their goods in our ceramics or antique auctions.