Private Collection of Chinese & Oriental Artefacts

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16th November 2020

The Fine Art Sale on the 26th November 2020 includes several collections from Private Estates.

The Estate of Mr Roy Moodie

Mr Roy Moodie, had a fascinating and successful banking career with the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation in the 1950s, where he rose to a senior position in the company.  It was this time spent in the far east that encouraged his love and lifelong interest in Chinese artefacts, especially blue and white porcelain, jade and furniture. The black and white photograph is of Roy and his children at their Hong Kong residence in the 1950s.

The auction sale can be viewed HERE

Lot 419 –

Large Chinese blue and white Kangxi period porcelain yen yen vase, painted in underglaze blue with extensive mountainous lake scenes with scholars, fishermen and buildings, Kangxi, double circles mark, 17.5" high

£3000-5000

   

Lot 420 –

Fine large Chinese porcelain blue and white bottle vase, painted in underglaze blue with lotus scrolls and with a band depicting the 'Eight Symbols of Buddhism', bearing Qianlong seal, 23" high; with a carved and pierced hardwood stand

£5000-8000

   

Lot 421 –

Pair of fine Chinese porcelain blue and white tea bowls, thinly potted and painted internally with a four-petal motif enclosing five Sanskrit characters, the exterior painted with a pair of birds and fruiting tree, Chenghua mark in underglaze blue in a double square, 3.75" diameter, 2" high; presented in a contemporary blue cushioned case, the case 13" wide 

£20,000-30,000

      

For further information and details of the sale please contact David Hare or Jamie South

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