30 October 2014

Asian Art in London

From Thursday 30th October until Saturday 8th November, a variety of festivities to celebrate Asian Art in London will take place at different locations. Over sixty of the world’s top dealers, major auction houses and museums will be taking part in this prestigious ten day event which attracts prime collectors to the capital. Grays is a destination where you will find a treasure trove of Asian art all year round.

A superb collection of Asian art is housed in Grays by our dealers, in the form of ceramic, bronze, stone, glass and textile, to name but a few, the majority of which can be found in the Grays mews.

Below is a fine selection of offerings....

Rare Japanese Arita group, offered by Anita Gray

A 19th century Chinese amber carving of man, c1860, offered by Wheatley Antiques

Chinese famille verte double gourd vase, Kangxi, offered by Guest & Gray

A 19th century Japanese woodcut print of a lady with a cat by Kunisada, offered by K & Y Oriental Art

Japanese Hirado vase, with deer, monkey and pine tree illustration, 18-19th century, offered by David Bowden
12th Century Islamic Bronze Bird, offered by Mughal Art

A striking 19th century central Asian embroidered textile, offered by Bakhtar Art
17th century Mughal 'gem' and gold inlaid jade handle, Provenance: Forest Lawn Mortuary. Offered by Antique Choices
18th century Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Figure of Quan Yin, offered by Yasuko Kido

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