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|Asian art dealers Duchange & Riché open first gallery in the United Kingdom at Grays|
Namban Galuchat: Namban lacquer chest with a shagreen ground. Japan, c1600-1620. 27.2cm x 13.8cm 16.5cm high. A similar piece can be seen in Art Namban Kunst published in Brussels by Musées Royeaux dArt et dHistoire, p.149-PL64.
LONDON.- In addition to their gallery in the heart of Sablon, Brussels, Asian art dealers Duchange & Riché have opened a new gallery at Grays in Mayfair for their London based customers.
Anne Duchange and Philippe Riché continue a family tradition that began in Paris in 1965 with Annes father. Anne now shares her enthusiasm and expertise with her husband, Philippe, who is a member of the Oriental Ceramic Society.
Specialising in fine Chinese porcelain and works of art from the 14th-19th Century, Duchange & Riché display an important collection of porcelain from China, Japan and the East India Company. The Ming and Tsing dynasties are particularly well represented as well as objets d'art of Canton enamel, cloisonné enamels, lacquer, jade, ivory and bamboo works. Many pieces are of museum quality, some of which have counterparts in the Musée des Pagodes at Laeken, or the Musée du Cinquantenaire.
Duchange & Riché join a number of recognised Asian art dealers at Grays. Grays is one of the only places in London with such a rich and diverse collection of fine porcelain and Asian art dealers under one roof. With the welcome addition of Duchange & Riché Grays is now a significant destination for serious collectors in London.
Asian Art Dealers at Grays
Anita Gray Chinese porcelain and works of art.
Guest & Gray Chinese porcelain and early European ceramics.
Wheatley Antiques Chinese porcelain and works of art.
David Bowden Chinese and Japanese works of art including netsuke and Chinese jade.
Marina Oriental Art Asian works of art.
K&Y Antiques Japanese works of art, bronzes and ceramics.
Yasuko Kido Japanese textiles and works of art.
Duchange & Riche Chinese and Japanese porcelain and works of art.
Jeremy Mason Fine Asian art including Chinese porcelain.
Boran Asian Arts Fine Asian art and antiques, including Buddhas.
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