Antiquities & Islamic Arts: some prestigious collections on sale at Artcurial

Important parure
Egyptian art, 1786-332 B.C.
Estimate: €30,000-40,000

On 16th May, the Antiquities & Islamic Arts department will present a sale of nearly 330 lots of archaeology, Islamic, and Indian art from several private collections, including the Brussels collection of Mr H., the Paris collection of Mrs V., the former Robert Blanchet collection, and the Edmonde Charles-Roux collection.


The sale will be divided into three chapters, beginning with the Brussels collection of Mr H., which pays tribute to Iran, from the origins of its history to the Islamic period.


Archaeology will then be honoured with several collections offering a broad panorama of Near Eastern antiquities, classical antiquity, and Egyptian archaeology.


The sale will close with a section dedicated to the arts of Islam and India, notably the Edmonde Charles-Roux collection, journalist and woman of letters, daughter of Ambassador François Charles-Roux (1879-1961), French ambassador to Constantinople, and then Cairo.



Important rafraîchissoir (karlik) ottoman en argent
Turquie, deuxième moitié du 19e siècle
Estimation : 6 000 – 8 000 €
Important Ottoman vessel (karlik)
late 19th century
Estimate: €6,000-8,000


Monday 16th May 2022
11am & 2:30pm

Browse Catalogue


Public exhibition
Thursday 12th May, 11am - 6pm
Friday 13th May, 11am - 6pm
Saturday 14th May, 11am - 6pm


Lamia Içame
Tel. +33 1 42 99 20 75