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Exhibitions

The Moró Antik gallery had more than ten exhibitions since our establishment, 20 years ago. We would like to present a few in this page. You can find more information, just click on the thumbnails.

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Luxury Sword

Not everyday, simple swords has been presented in the Moró Antik Gallery, but the a 16. and 19. century period luxury swords and sabres. ...

Coptic Textiles

 The third exhibition’s subject of the Moró Antik gallery was the coptic textiles, these very vulnerable and marvelous artworks. The 34 exhibited pieces were...

Netsuke II Exhibition

 The Moró Antik Gallery announcing proudly the second exhibition on the subject of the netsukes, the small japanese “toggle” pieces from Japan. We are...

Japanese Meiji Bronzes

With this oriental exhibition, we try -and hopefully succeed- to show the variety of this fascinating items, the Japanese bronze statues and artworks, made...

Letter Openers

 The material of our exhibition in september 2008 was a selection from the letter opener collection of Julia Vermes. Hundreds of this unique artworks...

Religions Artworks

 The material for this exhibition was selected from artworks related to the great religions of the world. Christianism, jewish, islam and hinduism was...

Daggers

 The material of this exhibition embraces four thousand years, from 1800 B.C. till the pieces of today. The daggers came from four continents, countries...

Netsuke

The subject of the first exhibition of the Moro Antik Gallery were the netsukes, the small japanese “toggle” pieces from Japan. We presented 120...

Buddha Statues

 Our Buddha exhibition’s Tibetian, Chinese and Mongolian statues were gathered from 15 Hungarian private collectors. All the 108 (sacred number in the buddhism religion)...

Animals of the Chinese Horoscope

 What’s the common in the rat, the tiger, the monkey and the rooster? They all are the part of the chinese horoscope. The...





Our recent acquisitions!

Rain-Dragon Pipecase

Japanese pipe case or Kiseruzutsu of an otoshizutsu form. Monobloc form, opening on the upper end. Carved decoration of a mythological creature, the Rain-Dragon....

Chinese Bird Feeder

Chinese painted porcelain bird feeder or bird dish with colored landscape decoration. Made during early part of 1900’s with two rings to fasten into...

Spanish Gold Cane

Spanish cane, which handle has been decorated with magnificent goldsmith work from Toledo. Ivy, flowers and dragon motives. Early 20th century. The shaft has...