Volume 60
May 16, 2015
Asian Antiques on eBay This Week

NOTE: Many very good eBay auctions are ending Sunday and Monday this week. 
EARLY Auction Notice,
Starting on May 22,  a fine 300 lot UNRESERVED Asian Art Auction, ending on June 1
All on eBay right now
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Many Items Closing Sunday and Monday a few Later This Week. 
Dear BidAmount - eBay users, 

This week in addition to some good auction items from Chine de Commande, Joanies House of Treasure, Kangxi 0219 we came across a number of listings by sellers you may not know. 

  • Several new sellers in France as well as the UK and some dealers here in the United States.  

Also an early auction notice for eBay  seller Juice1499, mark your calender he has a BIG auction starting on May 22. Josh told me "it's the best one yet." 

 Thank you, 
Peter Combs

Our top picks for Asian Antiques on eBay this week
All items are from the EU, Great Britain, the USA. Remember to save this Watch list-NewsLetter for quick reference during the week.  

OVER 200 Auction lots. A large auction of porcelains, bronzes, jades, cloisonne; including vases, incense burners, statues, bowls and plates.
33 Unreserved auction lots. A large selection of fine carvings, porcelains, scholar's objects and bronzes. 
Fine 18th and 19th C. blue and white , famille rose. 
Kangxi and 18th C. Famille Rose including plates and hat stand.
Fine Chinese Export Tureen, hand painted fan and cafe au lait vase 
Fine famille rose including inscribed bowl and teapot
Fine HAT Finial Collection, porcelains including monochromes and enamel examples.
LARGE Single LOT of Good Snuff Bottles, Bronzes Buddhas, jade vase etc..
Fine 18th C. Kangxi and Qianlong Plates
Good Hard-stone Carvings and porcelains
Fine 18th C. encre de chine Export Wares and Yixing
Blanc de chine, vases, tea jars etc.
Chinese and Asian bronzes, Early bronze Mirrors, garden barrel and China Trade Gilt Box
Numerous porcelains including blue and white and famille rose; plates, bowls vases etc.
A factoid about the VOC  you might not know
The VOC had no direct involvement with porcelain trading until 1729, prior to that private Dutch traders working from Batavia along with British and French merchants working from Canton controlled the porcelain market. When the VOC finally began working from Canton directly they then began shipping large amounts of porcelain to Europe, their main interest was actually Tea exports, porcelain was a secondary cargo. 
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Sincerely,  Peter

Peter Combs
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