This Kangxi mark and period porcelain ‘lady and boy’ dish (pictured top), 14in (36cm) in diameter, is offered for £36,000 in John Berwald’s exhibition of recent acquisitions, taking place on Clifford Street in Mayfair from October 29-November 6.
Simon Pilling’s exhibition Solace in Nature runs at Duke Street’s Gallery 8 from November 2-6 and includes this Haisei period double gourd vase by Yamamoto Ichiyo.
The artist uses a platinum glaze to create works in the Imari ceramic tradition, a technique he began working on in the mid-1980s. Titled seigaiha kujaku moyo – ‘blue sea wave and peacock pattern’ – the vase is offered for £3600.
For its 95th anniversary exhibition Kensington Church Street gallery Marchant exhibits works from the Lobl Collection of Chinese Jades from October 29-November 12.
It includes this jade bowl or wan, in the form of a hibiscus flower with two registers of overlapping petals, each incised with veins and relief edges. The Qianlong piece, c.1760, measures 5in (14cm) in diameter and is offered for £38,000.
It was the first piece of jade that Herbert Lobl bought with dealer Louis Joseph’s help – acquired from a Sotheby’s London sale in December 1959.
In its show Kinrande: Porcelain Dressed as Gold, Jorge Welsh offers this Ming dynasty tiered box from the 16th century. Named after the Japanese word for ‘gold brocade’, kinrande is the use of gold foil designs on monochrome, mainly red, porcelain grounds. More than 40 pieces are on offer for prices from £4000 into the mid six-figures.
The show runs from October 31-November 7 on Kensington Church Street, with another staging at the dealership’s Lisbon gallery from November 19-December 5.
This woodblock print Turbulence, 20in x 2ft 6in (51 x 76cm), is part of a three-piece ‘waterfall’ series created during the lockdown period in Japan. Printed on handmade Nepalese paper, the print is offered for a price in the region of £4000-5000.
Artist Daniel Kelly has lived in Kyoto for more than 40 years, first as an apprentice to master woodblock artist Tomikichiro Tokuriki (1902-99).
The print is included in Hanga Ten’s exhibition Beauty in Turbulence: Works during Lockdown, running from November 2-6 at Duke Street’s Gallery 8.
This pair of limestone Ming dynasty garden stools from the 16th or 17th century are offered by Priestley & Ferraro for a price in the region of £20,000.
Of a familiar shape that crops up in various materials, these are decorated with two large quatrefoil motifs alternated with roundels of flowers, carved in relief.
The Bury Street gallery offers the pair in its exhibition of Chinese and Korean Ceramics and Works of Art, which runs from October 29-November 6.
In her exhibition of Chinese and Himalayan Textiles, Jacqueline Simcox offers this light blue silk export bed cover, 7ft 7in x 9ft 8in (2.3 x 2.95m), made in China, c.1820.
Embroidered with a landscape bordered by pavilions, pagodas and river boats, the cover was commissioned by John Reeves (1774-1856), chief inspector of tea for the East India Company.
Reeves was an acquaintance of the naturalist Joseph Banks, who instructed him on the collection of botanical and natural history specimens.
While in China, he collected a number of ornamental plant specimens which he shipped to the Royal Horticultural Society or brought back on visits to England.
The bed cover passed down through the Reeves family and was later owned by Anthony du Boulay. It is now priced in the range of £14,000-16,000 in the show which takes place on Ryder Street from October 29-November 7.
This mixed metal iron panel by Hagiya Katsuhira (1804-86) is from the early Meiji period. The artist, a Mito school metalworker, was originally trained to make arms and armour.
Steve Sly Japanese Art offers it for a price between £30,000-50,000 in his catalogue 2020 Vision of an Enlightened Ruler. It is not being staged as a London exhibition but he is available by appointment in Bournemouth or by prior arrangement in London.
This archaistic bronze tripod censer dates to the Song or Yuan Dynasty and is offered with a later 18th century stand and cover for a price in the region of £250,000.
It is part of Littleton & Hennessy’s exhibition of Later Chinese Bronzes, running from October 29-November 6 on Duke Street, St James’s.