Chinese porcelain vase

Sell My Chinese Porcelain

Buyers of jewellery, fine art, Antiques & watches

Free Chinese Porcelain Valuation

At Olympia Mayfair, we are experts in buying Chinese Porcelain.

You will receive a better price for your Chinese Porcelain when selling through us than through an auction because, unlike the auction houses, there are no fees incurred when selling through us. We offer a free, no-obligation quote, so why not find out how much your porcelain is worth?

Chinese porcelain dinner service in blue and white

Our Experts

Our expert valuers with over 30 years of industry experience ensure you secue the best price for your Chinese porcelain.

Sell Chinese Porcelain Privately

We offer a safe and secure process, and always ensure maximum prices are paid. You’re in safe hands with Olympia Mayfair’s expert valuers.

Sell Your Blue & White China

There is no obligation to sell if you receive a valuation from us. We purchase Chinese porcelain throughout the UK while ensuring a compassionate unique private buying service for anyone looking to sell their Chinese porcelain.

Chinese Ming Dynasty

In early 2021, a second-hand enthusiast picked up an attractive, antique-looking, blue-and-white Chinese porcelain bowl for a measly $35 at a house clearance in the USA. The buyer felt like he’d stumbled on something special; it was a rare Ming dynasty piece with an estimated value of between $300,00 – $500,000.

blue and white chinese porcelain bowl

Olympia Mayfair experts have studied to acquire in-depth knowledge of the centuries-old practice of Chinese ceramics production.

rare chinese vase

Rare Finds

We often hear Chinese porcelain fetching record prices–whether from as far back as the Qing dynasty or closer to today.

In 2010, a London woman was clearing out her late sister’s relatively modest home when she stumbled across an 18th-century Chinese vase stowed away in the attic. It ended up selling for a record-breaking $83 million to a Chinese buyer.

Chinese Porcelain Production

Chinese porcelain production began in the area that China occupies today in the Han dynasty–206 BC to 220 AD. Imperial production didn’t slow until the beginning of the 20th century, when the last Chinese dynasty, the Qing, ended in 1912.

Antique Chinese pottery is distinguished by a potter’s and dynasty or emperor marks. Chinese porcelain was (and still is in some areas) made entirely by hand in small family-run workshops. While it was made for the general population, specific kilns were nominated “royal kilns,” and they made ceramic vases, bowls, and more for the ruling class of the era.

yellow and blue chinese porcelain plate

Contact us if you need advice on any Chinese artefacts, want to uncover the dynasty’s name and its emperor’s activities, or want to know when the item was made and its true value.

two Qing dynasty chinese bowls

Qing Dynasty Porcelain

Unfortunately, Qing dynasty ceramic forgeries are widespread and often challenging for a novice to detect.

Olympia Mayfair’s experts have studied to acquire in-depth knowledge of the centuries-old practice of Chinese ceramics production Anyone looking for advice on Chinese artefacts, please get in touch with us by telephone or email us in confidence.

Qing & Ming Dynasties

We are especially interested in Chinese porcelain made in the Qing and earlier Ming dynasties. Qing and Ming objects are more likely to feature a reign mark.

We want to buy your Chinese porcelain; here are the reign marks and dates of Chinese porcelain we are most interested in:

Shunzhi (1644 to 1661)
Kangxi (1662 to 1722)
Yongzheng (1723 to 1735)
Qianglong (1736 to 1795)
Jiaqing (1796 to 1820)
Daoguang (1821 to 1850)
Xianfeng (1851 to 1861)
Tongzhi (1862 to 1873)
Guangxu (1874 to 1908)
Hongxian (1909 to 1912)

ornate chinese vase with red and gold decoration

We Buy All Types of Chinese Porcelain

Olympia Mayfair offers a comprehensive service for anyone selling Chinese porcelain, especially from the below periods.

Contact us today for a free no-obligation valuation to find out how much your Chinese Porcelain is really worth. Our expert valuers with over 30 years of industry experience ensure you secure the best possible offer for your valuable items. 

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Free Chinese Porcelain Valuation

We offer free, no obligation valuations of all Chinese porcelain. Just fill out the form below to receive a quick and easy price for your items.

Our Process


Guide Price

By filling in our free valuation form, you will receive an expert opinion on a guide price for your item. There’s no obligation by filling out the form, and there’s no fees incurred when using Olympia Mayfair to sell your items.


Free Valuation

The guide price will give you an idea of item value, but in order to really be 100% sure of an items value, we need to come out and see the item in person. We do this completely free of charge, and no obligations.



Once we’ve valued your item we will offer you that amount in full, with immediate payment. It’s absolutely fine to not accept this offer, or to take some time to think about the offer before accepting. We will be ready to purchase whenever suits you.

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