Appetite for Chinese porcelain is still ravenous
Results for Chinese porcelain continue to make news.
Results for Chinese porcelain continue to make news. In Dorset this month a box of Chinese ceramic oddments (a mug, a vase, a couple of figures and assorted jars) made £5,500. Small potatoes in the grand scheme of things, but it gets better. In Essex, a blue-and-white Chinese bowl with multiple cracks fixed with rivets, that had been used for years as a cat bed, fetched £90,000, more than 300 times its estimate. Obviously, pieces...
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