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Asia in the regions

A dozen years since the first designated Asian art sale in the UK regions, the calendar throngs with specialist events

Regional auction previews

Good examples of Asian art have long been sold across the UK regions. However, it is only a dozen years – just one revolution of the Chinese zodiac – since Woolley & Wallis in Salisbury held the first dedicated sale of Asian art outside London. That sale (with its £2.6m Yuan dynasty double gourd blue and white vase) started a snowball that continues to roll.

Today, many auctioneers operating outside the Asian Art in London umbrella hold late October and November sales designed to attract dealers, collectors and agents beyond Mayfair and into the shires. Here we present a selection of highlights from forthcoming events.

Tennants - November 18

This Japanese gilt and patinated bronze figure from the Meiji period is estimated at £4000-5000 in Tennants November 18 sale in Leyburn, North Yorkshire. It measures 12in (31cm) high and is signed Miya Sei. *

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