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‘Celebrating 20 years of excellence’ ‘Asian Art In London brings together over sixty of the world’s top dealers, major auction houses and museums for an annual ten-day celebration of the finest Asian art.’ We are excited to be part of…
‘Celebrating 20 years of excellence’ We are proud to announce our participation at the inaugural edition of TEFAF New York! To celebrate 20 years of delivering Asian art consultancy services, we will be exhibiting this important silk painting of Vairocana Buddha, dating…
Past Highlight – An imperial gilt-bronze and cloisonné enamel square ice chest (Qianlong period, 1735-1796)
2007 – An imperial gilt-bronze and cloisonné enamel square ice chest – The ice chest with two handles on the sides, finely decorated with lotus flowers, trees and birds. Formerly in the Amezaga Collection. Dimensions: 39 x 68.6 x 69.2 centimeter
Past Highlight – A rare Guandong tribute champlevé enamel and gilt metal rectangular bench (Qianlong period, 1735-1796)
A rare Guandong tribute champlevé enamel and gilt metal rectangular bench – The metal bench finely decorated in champlevé enamel, with bats and flowering scrolls. From the Alfred Morrison Collection, Fonthill Heirlooms. Dimensions: 116 x 37 x 40 centimeter
Past Highlight – An important imperial scroll, ‘Victory Banquet at the West Garden’ (Yuan Xi Kai Yan) (Qianlong period, 1736-1795)
An important imperial scroll, ‘Victory Banquet at the West Garden’ (Yuan Xi Kai Yan) by Zhang Tingyan and Zhou Kun. The scroll kept in a finely carved red lacquer box. The painting circa 1748.
2009 – An imperial Khotan green jade ‘Ba Zheng Mao Nian Zhi Bao’ seal – A finely carved, squared jade seal, decorated with two fierce dragons in fine detail. The seal reading ‘Treasure of concern over phenomena at eighty’, a birthday…
Past Highlight – A fine and rare blue and white ‘dragon’ moon flask (Qianlong mark and period, 1736-1795)
2006 – A fine and rare blue and white ‘dragon’ moon flask – This stunning moon flask is a perfect example of the bold style of the Qianlong period, with a fierce forward facing dragon amidst clouds and delicately moving waves above the…
Antiques Trade Gazette (7 November 2016) – Asian Art in London Debate with our specialist, Mark Slaats (link)
Apollo Magazine (31 October 2016) – Littleton & Hennessy shortlisted for the ‘Asian Art in London Art Award’ (link)
The Times (8 March 2014): ‘Van Gogh windmill pumps up excitement at Maastricht’ (link)
RTL Z (The Netherlands): Interview at TEFAF Maastricht 2014 with our specialist, Mark Slaats.