Alexandra joined Woolley and Wallis in 2012. She is an auctioneer, Asian Art specialist and Head of the Japanese Art department, which she founded in 2018. Originally from Dijon, Alexandra studied at the University of Burgundy and the University of Manchester before completing her Master’s degree in Japanese Art History at the University of Edinburgh. Alexandra is an expert in netsuke and an active member of both the Netsuke Society and the Oriental Ceramic Society. She also appears on the BBC Antiques Roadshow as a specialist in ceramics and Asian Art. Alexandra has had a number of significant finds, including important Komai metalware and an important 17th century porcelain figure from the Kakiemon kilns. In November 2019, Alexandra also sold a rare early Namban gold and lacquer table for a total of £45,000.