… the Swedish couple began collecting all kinds of Chinese porcelain beginning in the 1970s, purchasing from antique stores during their travels, and from auction houses—namely, Sotheby Parke Bernet in New York—evidenced by the stacks of sales catalogues and invoices in their home.

Over the course of the following 30 years, the couple lived a private life in North Carolina, building their treasured collection of porcelain wares. With their combined love of art history, material culture, and design, the European couple amassed an extraordinary collection, spanning reigns and dynastic styles from the Tang dynasty to the Republic period, and Brunk Auctions is honored to offer this collection to the public.

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