RESULTS: Art d’Asie - Paris, 13 June 2013

Art d’Asie sale realised €7,161,600/£6,088,792/$9,541,400 selling 88% by lot and 95% by value.

Paris

Lots vendus: 266

Total: €7.161.600/£6.088.792 /$9.541.400

     88% par lot

Nombre de lots: 302

£0.8502= €1 / $1.3323=€1

    95% en valeur

 

Lot  

Description

Estimation (€)

Prix Réalisé

Acheteur

186

Deux emblèmes d’autel en bronze doré, émaux cloisonnés et champlevés

Chine, dynastie Qing, époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

25.000 – 35.000

€385.500

£327.752

$513.602

Collectionneur asiatique

218

Vase couvert en bronze doré et émaux cloisonnés

Chine, dynastie Qing, époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

100.000 – 150.000

€337.500

£286.943

$449.651

Collectionneur asiatique

 

292

 

Statue de Bhaisajyaguru en bronze doré

Mongolie, école de Zanabazar, XVIIIème siècle

 

80.000 – 120.000

€265.500

£225.728

$353.726

 

Marchand asiatique

272

Torse d’Uma en grès

Cambodge, Khmer, style du Baphuon, XIème siècle

200.000 – 300.000

€241.500

£205.323

$321.750

Collectionneur asiatique

50

Deux vases en porcelaine émaillée céladon

Chine, dynastie Qing, marque à six caractères en cachet et époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

15.000 – 20.000

€199.500

£169.615

$265.794

Collectionneur asiatique

273

Statue de Bouddha Shakyamuni en bronze

Cambodge, Khmer, Style d’Angkor Vat, XIIème siècle

50.000 – 80.000

€193.500

£164.514

$257.800

Collectionneur Amérique-du-Sud

206

Vase en bronze doré et incrustations

Chine, dynastie Qing, époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

120.000 – 140.000

€181.500

£154.311

$241.812

Collectionneur asiatique

302

Statue de Bouddha Amitabha en bronze

Japon, époque Meiji (1868-1912)

40.000 – 60.000

€157.500

£133.907

$209.837

Collectionneur asiatique

17

Cheval en jade céladon pâle sculpté

Chine, dynastie Qing, XVIIIème siècle

100.000 – 150.000

€121.500

£103.299

$161.874

Collectionneur asiatique

 

183

 

Boîte couverte en laque rouge, verte et ocre sculptée

Chine, dynastie Ming, marque à six caractères incisés et époque Jiajing (1522-1566)

 

10.000 – 15.000

€109.500

£93.097

$145.887

 

Collectionneur asiatique

Lots vendus: 266

Total: €7.161.600/£6.088.792 /$9.541.400

     88% par lot

Nombre de lots: 302

£0.8502= €1 / $1.3323=€1

    95% en valeur

 

Lot  

Description

Estimation (€)

Prix Réalisé

Acheteur

186

Deux emblèmes d’autel en bronze doré, émaux cloisonnés et champlevés

Chine, dynastie Qing, époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

25.000 – 35.000

€385.500

£327.752

$513.602

Collectionneur asiatique

218

Vase couvert en bronze doré et émaux cloisonnés

Chine, dynastie Qing, époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

100.000 – 150.000

€337.500

£286.943

$449.651

Collectionneur asiatique

 

292

 

Statue de Bhaisajyaguru en bronze doré

Mongolie, école de Zanabazar, XVIIIème siècle

 

80.000 – 120.000

€265.500

£225.728

$353.726

 

Marchand asiatique

272

Torse d’Uma en grès

Cambodge, Khmer, style du Baphuon, XIème siècle

200.000 – 300.000

€241.500

£205.323

$321.750

Collectionneur asiatique

50

Deux vases en porcelaine émaillée céladon

Chine, dynastie Qing, marque à six caractères en cachet et époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

15.000 – 20.000

€199.500

£169.615

$265.794

Collectionneur asiatique

273

Statue de Bouddha Shakyamuni en bronze

Cambodge, Khmer, Style d’Angkor Vat, XIIème siècle

50.000 – 80.000

€193.500

£164.514

$257.800

Collectionneur Amérique-du-Sud

206

Vase en bronze doré et incrustations

Chine, dynastie Qing, époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

120.000 – 140.000

€181.500

£154.311

$241.812

Collectionneur asiatique

302

Statue de Bouddha Amitabha en bronze

Japon, époque Meiji (1868-1912)

40.000 – 60.000

€157.500

£133.907

$209.837

Collectionneur asiatique

17

Cheval en jade céladon pâle sculpté

Chine, dynastie Qing, XVIIIème siècle

100.000 – 150.000

€121.500

£103.299

$161.874

Collectionneur asiatique

 

183

 

Boîte couverte en laque rouge, verte et ocre sculptée

Chine, dynastie Ming, marque à six caractères incisés et époque Jiajing (1522-1566)

 

10.000 – 15.000

€109.500

£93.097

$145.887

 

Collectionneur asiatique

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