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Classic & Asian Sale
8 - 10 December 2021

Classic & Asian Sale
8 - 10 December 2021

8 – 10 December 2021

Classic & Asian Sale

This season’s Classic Sale offers fantastic objects from several important private collections! Some of the highlights include Carl Larsson’s ”Suzanne vid förstubron”, the magnificent ”Lapporten i grönska” by Helmer Osslund, Julia Beck’s ”Solreflektioner och dimslöjor över näckrosdamm” and several important watercolours by John Bauer. The furniture and applied arts catalogue presents the rare and important bookshelf by Georg Haupt, a tricoteuse table attributed to Adam Weisweiler and the important late Gustavian garniture signed by Fredric Ludvig Rung. Many exciting objects can be found in the collection of art dealer Tore Gerschman including an important chest of drawers by Lorentz Nordin as well as Old Masters. The sale aslo includes a wide range of jewellery and watches, silver, carpets, Russian art and applied arts.

The Asian Sale this season presents a large number of items from significant Swedish Private Collections. From the collection of Holger Rosell is the unusual blue and white “Shou” vase which is one of the highlights of the sale. Perhaps the most prominent collection of Asian objects this season is Wilfrid Fleisher’s, which includes exciting objects from different eras. One of the most outstanding pieces in the collection of Wilfrid Fleisher is the unusual teapot from the Qing period in turquoise glaze. Enjoy a magnificent collection of Cornelis Pronk’s designed plates from the collection of art dealer Tore Gerschman, as well as jade and famille rose objects such as the magnificent Chinese fish bowl from around 1740. Other highlights are the two bears in bronze, a seated Budai in bronze and the catalogue’s eye-catching cover – the Tibetan stupa.

Explore the catalogues and enjoy all the items during our viewing days!

Explore the catalogue »

Auction details

The auction and exhibition will be held in our premises at Nybrogatan 20 in Stockholm. As always we are delighted to be at your service. Please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated specialists by telephone or email!

Order of Sale

Wednesday 8 December at 11 AM (CET)
Old Masters, lot 1 - 68
Swedish Classic Art, lot 69 - 204
International Classic Art, lot 205 - 238
Prints & Books, lot 239 - 294
Russian Art & Applied Art, lot 295 - 319

Thursday 9 December at 10 AM (CET)
Furniture, lot 400 - 467
Applied Art, lot 468 - 572
Silver, lot 573 - 668
Jewellery & Watches, lot 669 - 841
Carpets & Textiles, lot 842 - 871

Friday 10 December at 10 AM (CET)
Asian Sale, lot 1000 – 1284

Open exhibition 30 November – 6 December

Opening hours at Nybrogatan 20:
Weekdays 10 AM – 6 PM
Weekend 11 AM – 5 PM

Digital viewings

Ahead of our upcoming Classic & Asian Sale 8 – 10 December 2021 we offer our clients the possibility to explore our exhibition at Nybrogatan 20 in Stockholm virtually. Explore the viewing here »

Book a digital private FaceTime viewing with one of our specialists.


Our philosophy is that bidding at auction is easy and fun. We therefore offer several different ways to participate during auctions.

– Bidding in the saleroom
– Submitting absentee bids before the hammer auction begins
– Telephone bidding
– UAK Livebid (real time live bidding during the auction)

It will be possible to follow the sale room in real time on our website, using UAK LiveBid.

Read more about the different ways to bid here »


Lots are to be collected within ten (10) calendar days after the sale.

Last day to collect at Nybrogatan 20 in Stockholm: Wednesday 22 December. Opening hours are weekdays 9 am – 5 pm.

Please note that Uppsala Auktionskammare must have received full payment before collection can be made. Please send us a letter of attorney with the name of the person or the name of the shipping company if you do not collect your purchases by yourself. This can be sent by e-mail to mail@uppsalaauktion.se

Classic & Asian Sale 8 - 10 December 2021