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The BRAFA  Fair closed its doors with a new record of 55.000 visitors.  As every year, we did very well, with some 90% of our collection  sold. Once again, it is proved that  chinese porcelain in perfect condition, with excellent quality and with a solid provenance  is still in very strong demand.  During the Fair, we were contacted by a few owners / private collectors of chinese ceramics, and we hope to secure in the coming months their collections.
We can say already now, that we intend to dedicate BRAFA15 to
the porcelain from the  KANGXI  & YONGZHENG  reigns .

In the meantime, this website will not be updated before  october .

BRAFA15 :   24 January  - 1 February  2015 .






 

 

PAVILLON DE LA CERAMIQUE - PAVILJOEN VAN DE KERAMIEK

The ”Pavillon de la Céramique” is for the second time featuring four leading Belgian ceramics dealers. The aim of the group is to promote the art of ceramics from antiquity to the present day.

Artcade Asian Art, the former Artcade Gallery originally in the Sablon area, is managed by Corine Van der Kindere. Mrs. Van der Kindere specializes in Chinese ceramics with a particular emphasis on Song ceramics. She is member of the “Syndicat National des Antiquaires” (SNA) and continues to exhibit at selected fairs.

N. Ikodinovic & Co. S.A. was founded in 1986 and specializes in continental porcelain and glass with emphasis on neoclassical production from Paris, Sèvres, Vienna and Berlin.

Lemaire S.A., formerly “Maison L. Michiels” was founded in the Sablon in 1939. The gallery specializes in antique faience and porcelain with particular interest in production of two foremost Belgian ceramics centers of Tournai and Brussels.

Since over forty years Marc Michot proposes a wide variety of Chinese ceramics and works of art. Mr. Michot’s gallery is unique in Belgium to cover the period from Neolithic (ca. 4000 BC) followed by Shang, Han, Wei, Tang, Ming and until ca. 1930, when hand production was replaced by industrial production.



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The BRAFA  Fair closed its doors with a new record of 55.000 visitors.  As every year, we did very well, with some 90% of our collection  sold. Once again, it is proved that  chinese porcelain in perfect condition, with excellent quality and with a solid provenance  is still in very strong demand.  During the Fair, we were contacted by a few owners / private collectors of chinese ceramics, and we hope to secure in the coming months their collections.
We can say already now, that we intend to dedicate BRAFA15 to
the porcelain from the  KANGXI  & YONGZHENG  reigns .

In the meantime, this website will not be updated before  october .

BRAFA15 :   24 January  - 1 February  2015 .






 

 

PAVILLON DE LA CERAMIQUE - PAVILJOEN VAN DE KERAMIEK

The ”Pavillon de la Céramique” is for the second time featuring four leading Belgian ceramics dealers. The aim of the group is to promote the art of ceramics from antiquity to the present day.

Artcade Asian Art, the former Artcade Gallery originally in the Sablon area, is managed by Corine Van der Kindere. Mrs. Van der Kindere specializes in Chinese ceramics with a particular emphasis on Song ceramics. She is member of the “Syndicat National des Antiquaires” (SNA) and continues to exhibit at selected fairs.

N. Ikodinovic & Co. S.A. was founded in 1986 and specializes in continental porcelain and glass with emphasis on neoclassical production from Paris, Sèvres, Vienna and Berlin.

Lemaire S.A., formerly “Maison L. Michiels” was founded in the Sablon in 1939. The gallery specializes in antique faience and porcelain with particular interest in production of two foremost Belgian ceramics centers of Tournai and Brussels.

Since over forty years Marc Michot proposes a wide variety of Chinese ceramics and works of art. Mr. Michot’s gallery is unique in Belgium to cover the period from Neolithic (ca. 4000 BC) followed by Shang, Han, Wei, Tang, Ming and until ca. 1930, when hand production was replaced by industrial production.



The MICHOT family wishes all their friends, collegues, clients and relatifs

                     A  VERY  HAPPY  NEW  YEAR   2014 

                              the year of the HORSE  .

         
 



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The MICHOT family wishes all their friends, collegues, clients and relatifs

                     A  VERY  HAPPY  NEW  YEAR   2014 

                              the year of the HORSE  .

         
 



2014 :      CHINESE   YEAR  of  the   H O R S E .
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It will start on 31 st january  2014 and end on 18th  february 2015 .
To Chinese,  the Horse is the symbol of absolute happiness.
The domestication of the horse begun already in the Neolithic period,and it is from this time -some  7000  years ago - that the artistic representations of horses have been found.  From this beginnings, the chinese spiritual and artistic preoccupation with the horse grew. Horses were attributed magical qualities. One of these was the tianma , or celestial horse , of which it was said that anyone who rode this horse would live for 1000 years. We are happy to present  one of these horses  in our collection. The Chinese belief in the afterlife,and the concern with providing the deceased with those items essential for their well-being in the world after death has ensured that abundant evidence has been preserved in tombs, attesting to the importance of the horse in ancient China. It is very interesting to see the development of  style in representation of horses ; each reign,from the 1st century to the 10th, had their own style,as you will see in our collection.  But the one of the North  Wei period (  386 -514 AD ) is breathtaking in quality !

 



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2014 :      CHINESE   YEAR  of  the   H O R S E .
=========================================
It will start on 31 st january  2014 and end on 18th  february 2015 .
To Chinese,  the Horse is the symbol of absolute happiness.
The domestication of the horse begun already in the Neolithic period,and it is from this time -some  7000  years ago - that the artistic representations of horses have been found.  From this beginnings, the chinese spiritual and artistic preoccupation with the horse grew. Horses were attributed magical qualities. One of these was the tianma , or celestial horse , of which it was said that anyone who rode this horse would live for 1000 years. We are happy to present  one of these horses  in our collection. The Chinese belief in the afterlife,and the concern with providing the deceased with those items essential for their well-being in the world after death has ensured that abundant evidence has been preserved in tombs, attesting to the importance of the horse in ancient China. It is very interesting to see the development of  style in representation of horses ; each reign,from the 1st century to the 10th, had their own style,as you will see in our collection.  But the one of the North  Wei period (  386 -514 AD ) is breathtaking in quality !

 



Brafa takes place in the large halls of the mail sorting station of “Thurn & Taxis” The exhibition space comprises a total surface of 15.400 m², spread over room 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the building A. This historical building, located along the Willebroek canal, is a wonderful example of the Belgian industrial architectural heritage. It was built around 1903-1904 according to the plans of the architect Van Humbeek and was originally used as a storage place for transit merchandise. 

From  25 january  -  2nd february 2014, we will exhibit once again at   BRAFA14 ,  stand  51.
 





 



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Brafa takes place in the large halls of the mail sorting station of “Thurn & Taxis” The exhibition space comprises a total surface of 15.400 m², spread over room 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the building A. This historical building, located along the Willebroek canal, is a wonderful example of the Belgian industrial architectural heritage. It was built around 1903-1904 according to the plans of the architect Van Humbeek and was originally used as a storage place for transit merchandise. 

From  25 january  -  2nd february 2014, we will exhibit once again at   BRAFA14 ,  stand  51.
 





 


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