Market leaders in European Ceramics

In 2015 Sotheby’s sold European Ceramics in over 22 auctions worldwide, setting many new Auction records, including the highest price for a Bustelli Nymphenburg figure and the highest price ever for Derby porcelain.

2016 has begun with strongly; in London an unrecorded Maiolica dish attributed to the Apollo Basin painter sold for £257,000; and in New York from the Collection of Irvin & Anita Schorsch, a Leeds Creamware Jug sold for $81,250, a record price for English creamware.

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Sotheby’s European Ceramics Department offers important pottery, porcelain and glass from all major British and European factories dating from the 15th to the late 20th centuries.

Our global team of experienced specialists works closely with their colleagues throughout Sotheby’s worldwide locations to secure the rarest and most important European ceramics and to promote these objects to the widest range of potential buyers. Their efforts have led to strong sales totals and record prices.

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如您有興趣在蘇富比歐洲瓷器部門之拍賣會上拍您的藏品,請按此閱覽詳情。
NEW YORK:
+1 212 894 1442
LONDON:
+44 (0)20 7293 5350

Sotheby’s European Ceramics Department offers important pottery, porcelain and glass from all major British and European factories dating from the 15th to the late 20th centuries.

Our global team of experienced specialists works closely with their colleagues throughout Sotheby’s worldwide locations to secure the rarest and most important European ceramics and to promote these objects to the widest range of potential buyers. Their efforts have led to strong sales totals and record prices.

拍品徵集

如您有興趣在蘇富比歐洲瓷器部門之拍賣會上拍您的藏品,請按此閱覽詳情。
NEW YORK:
+1 212 894 1442
LONDON:
+44 (0)20 7293 5350

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Senior Vice President, Division Director, Chinese Works of Art
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Assistant Vice President, Specialist, European Ceramics
+1 212 894 1442
Specialist, European Ceramics
+44 20 7293 5505

Sotheby’s European Ceramics Department offers important pottery, porcelain and glass from all major British and European factories dating from the 15th to the late 20th centuries.

Our global team of experienced specialists works closely with their colleagues throughout Sotheby’s worldwide locations to secure the rarest and most important European ceramics and to promote these objects to the widest range of potential buyers. Their efforts have led to strong sales totals and record prices.

拍品徵集

如您有興趣在蘇富比歐洲瓷器部門之拍賣會上拍您的藏品,請按此閱覽詳情。
NEW YORK:
+1 212 894 1442
LONDON:
+44 (0)20 7293 5350