Time to Take a Closer Look at your Chinese Antiques
Have you every wondered about the date or value of the that Oriental vase or carving. Or perhaps you have inherited some Chinese silver or a painting? With some remarkable values being achieving at auction for Asian works of art it is pruned to have them checked by a real expert the field. Now, you do not have to travel far as Plymouth Auctions have a specialist consultant to advise on all areas of the subject. Di McWatters has a wealth of experience and passion for Chinese antiques with several years at Sotheby’s she has handled and appraised the very best pieces.
From 12th February and monthly thereafter Di will be at the saleroom providing valuations and advice for all Chinese. Best of al her advice is free. All you must do is book an appointment at the saleroom and take your treasures along for appraisal. If you have a collection of items. Di may be able to arrange a home visit, for further details simply call 01752 254740 or visit plymouthauctions.co.uk
At the last specialist auction, the damage and repair to this rare ‘famille-rose’ blue ground sgraffito wall vase from the 19th century did not deter collectors bidding it to £7,200 much to the delight of the owner. Also, Emily Allwood of Plymouth Auction Rooms shows of a 19th century Chinese Moon Flask spotted by St Lukes Hospice Shop and now up for auction.