27 JAN - 4 FEB | 2018 TOUR & TAXIS | BRUSSELS

WORKS

A Central African Democratic Republic of Congo Bembe Male Figure of a Drummer 

Late 19th to Early 20th Century -
A Central African Democratic Republic of Congo Bembe Male Figure of a Drummer Late 19th to Early 20th Century

A Pair of Chinese Court Figures Seated on Traditional Horseshoe Shaped Chairs in elaborate dress of filigree silver and enamel their ivory heads and hands articulated 

Circa 1790 - 1810 
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A Pair of Chinese Court Figures Seated on Traditional Horseshoe Shaped Chairs in elaborate dress of filigree silver and enamel their ivory heads and hands articulated Circa 1790 - 1810

A Flemish Carved Ivory Panel Depicting the Immaculate Conception 
The Virgin Mary Kneeling Attended by the Angel Gabriel 
17th Century  -
A Flemish Carved Ivory Panel Depicting the Immaculate Conception The Virgin Mary Kneeling Attended by the Angel Gabriel 17th Century

ABOUT

In a virtual ‘voyage around the world’ we deal in objects that are curious, entertaining and thought provoking. We strive to create a contemporary version of the curiosity cabinet using exhibition design that appeals to the new generation of collectors. Our aim is to encourage people to discover that it is still possible to be astonished by the objects that surround us.

Founded : 1989

Associations
A.D.A. (Antiquities Dealers Association), B.A.D.A. (The British Antique Dealers Association), C.I.N.O.A. (Confédération Internationale des Négociants en Oeuvres d'Art), L.A.P.A.D.A. (Association of Art and Antiques Dealers), S.N.A. (Syndicat National des Antiquaires Négociants en Objets d'Art Tableaux anciens et modernes de France)

Fairs
BRAFA - Brussels, Masterpiece London, Parcours des Mondes - Paris,

CONTACT

London

VIDEOS

  • The BRAFA 2018 coup de coeur of Nicolas Cauwe Nicolas Cauwe

    The BRAFA 2018 coup de coeur of Nicolas Cauwe Nicolas Cauwe, Curator of the Prehistoric and Oceanic collections at the Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels, presents his 'coup de coeur' at BRAFA 2018: a New Caledonian Kanak chiefs ceremonial sceptre, ‘Gi Okono’ (19th century). Symbolising the strength and power of the chief and his clan, these ceremonial sceptres have beautiful circular blades made from a light green serpentine, sanded flat to a special thinness. The object is part of the collection of Finch & Co, who offers a curiosity cabinet with objects that are curious, entertaining and thought provoking. Video by Biapal

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