Our catalogue > Thailand & IndoChina
Antique items from Thailand, Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia are to be found here. Like these countries, the items mostly are Buddhist, or are utilitarian – often they relate to the consumption of betel.
Most items have been sourced from within the UK, often from old colonial-era collections.
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Enquiry about object: 6388
Thailand circa 1920
height: 32cm, width: 20.5cm, depth: 14cm, weight: 1,729g
Enquiry about object: 5638
Jiangsu, China & Vietnam 19th century
length: 20cm, height: 15cm
UK art market
Enquiry about object: 6707
Hmong People, Northern Thailand, North-eastern Burma & Laos mid-20th century
internal diameter: 16cm x 14cm, weight: 1,090g
UK art market
Enquiry about object: 6611
Thailand, probably Ayutthaya, & Portugal 17th-18th century
length: 26.6cm, depth: 14.8cm, height: 13.2cm, weight: 936g
Portuguese art market
Enquiry about object: 4683
Thailand Sukhothai Period, 14th-15th century
height: 51cm, length: 26cm, width: 14cm
private collection, UK
Enquiry about object: 3893
Ban Chiang, Udon Thani Province, Thailand circa 300BC
height: 18cm, diameter: 15.5cm, weight: 715g
Acquired in the UK, from the estate collection of Dr George Yuille Caldwell (1924-2016). Dr Caldwell, an English-born physician moved to Singapore in the 1950s, from where he built up a collection of Southeast Asian collectibles.
Enquiry about object: 4593
Laos circa 15th century
height: 37cm, width: 22.5cm, depth: 14cm
private collection, UK. The previous owner built up a collection of Buddha images mostly from old UK colonial sources, and did so over a long lifetime.
Enquiry about object: 4471
Cambodia circa 10th-12th century
height: 6cm, weight: 164g
private London collection
Enquiry about object: 3221
Northern Thailand/Laos 16th century
collected in the 1950s by Professor Bengt Hager (1916-2011) and Lilavati Devi (c. 1925-2002) of Sweden; thence by descent. Professor Hager was leading researcher on dance and founded the Swedish Dance Museum. Lilavati Devi married Hager in 1954 after first having come to Sweden from India as a principal performer in an Indian classical dance company. The couple travelled extensively in Southeast Asia in the 1950s to study dance, and acquired collectables during these travels including this Buddha.
Enquiry about object: 3704
Cambodia Angkor Period, 12th-13th century, & possibly later stand
length of conch: 27cm, height of stand: 8cm, diameter of stand: 14cm
from a private collection, Hereford, England. Acquired by the previous owner from a private collection, Gloucestershire, England.
Enquiry about object: 3437
Thailand 18th or early 19th century
height: 9.3cm, width: 6cm
UK art market