Art d’Asie
Paris, 9 juin 2015, Vente n°4024

[All sold prices include buyer’s premium]


Lots vendus : 276

Total : €19.295.200  / £14.085.496  / $21.610.624 

     71% par lot

Nombre de lots : 387

£0,73 = €1 / $1,12 = €1

94% en valeur



Estimation (€)

Prix réalisé



Gu Quan (attribue à, XVIIIème siècle)

Cinq cent Luohan, encre et couleur sur papier

80.000 – 120.000




Marchand asiatique


Rare bol couvert en jade blanc sculpte, Lian

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

120.000 – 180.000




Collectionneur asiatique


Fu Baoshi (1904-1965)

Lecture dans la Montagne, encre et couleur sur papier

400.000 – 600.000




Marchand asiatique


Vase en porcelaine bleu blanc, Meiping

Chine, Dynastie Qing, marqué à six caractères en cachet en bleu sous couverte et époque Qianlong (1736-1795)

120.000 – 180.000




Collectionneur asiatique


Important vase inscrit en jade blanc sculpte, Fangzun

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

120.000 – 180.000




Marchand asiatique


Rare et importante statue d’une Dakini en bronze incruste d'argent et de cuivre

Chine, Dynastie Qing, XVIIIème siècle

300.000 – 400.000




Marchand asiatique


Paire de vases en porcelaine bleu blanc

Chine, Dynastie Qing (1644-1911)

8.000 – 12.000




Collectionneur asiatique


Statue de Guanyin en porcelaine Dehua

Chine, Dynastie Qing, XVIIème-XVIIIème siècle

20.000 – 30.000




Collectionneur asiatique


Rare et importante tête de Bodhisattva en marbre blanc

Chine, Dynastie Qi Du Nord (550-557 Ap.Jc.)

80.000 – 120.000




Marchand asiatique


Xiao Yuncong (1596-1673)

Paysage panoramique, encre et couleur sur papier

80.000 – 120.000




Collectionneur asiatique


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Les estimations ne comprennent pas les frais acheteurs. Le montant total des ventes inclut la somme du prix marteau plus les frais acheteurs et n’inclut pas les frais généraux, les frais de financement ou les frais liés aux éventuelles demandes de crédits faites par les acheteurs ou les vendeurs.

Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium. The total result of the sale include the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium but do not include general fees, financing fees nor the fees due to potential credit demands made by buyers or vendors.



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