19 janvier 2011

Kangxi porcelain famille verte deep dish & 3 saucer dishes

A Chinese porcelain famille verte saucer dish. Kangxi, circa 1680. Courtesy Marchantwith gently flaring rim, painted with fishermen seated in a boat in a mountainous river landscape scene with rockwork, viewing pavilion and a pagoda in the distance beneath iron-red clouds, migrating birds and the moon. 8 ½ inches, 21.5cm diameter. Condition: Hair crack. Price on request. • Formerly in the collection of Professor D. R. Laurence. • Sold by R. & G. McPherson Antiques, 3rd November 2005. • A larger famille verte dish of... [Lire la suite]
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19 janvier 2011

A Chinese porcelain blue and white saucer dish. Kangxi, circa 1680.

A Chinese porcelain blue and white saucer dish. Kangxi, circa 1680. Courtesy Marchantwith gently flaring rim, painted with two large carp swimming amongst three shrimp and aquatic plants beneath a single line in underglaze blue, the underside with four aquatic plant sprays. The base with a lingzhi fungus mark within a double ring in underglaze blue, encircled by a wide channel foot rim. 13 ¾ inches, 35.2cm diameter. Condition: Rim crack and chips restored. Pricve on request. • Formerly in the collection of Professor D. R.... [Lire la suite]
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07 août 2009

Johann Jakob Betzoldt (1621 - 1707), Chope en vermeil avec le "Triomphe de Bacchus enfant" sculpté en ivoire. Circa 1680

Johann Jakob Betzoldt (1621 - 1707), Chope en vermeil avec le "Triomphe de Bacchus enfant" sculpté en ivoire. Circa 1680 hauteur 17.5 cm - 7 in. Monture en argent repoussé et doré par Nicolas Bille, Dresden (Rosenberg Nr.1768). Note: un exemplaire comparable au Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, inv. K3122 anciennement attribué à Leonard Kern, aujourd'hui à Johann Jakob Betzoldt. Un autre exemplaire avec monture du XIXème au Musée du Louvre, Paris, inv. OA 3895. ... [Lire la suite]
04 juillet 2009

Two Dutch Delft chinoiserie, circa 1680 and 1740 sold @ Christie's Amsterdam

A large Dutch Delft blue and white chinoiserie double gourd vase. Circa 1680 Painted with two tiers of fan-shaped panels depicting chinoiserie figures between keyfret-pattern bands enriched with similar vignettes, interspersed with floral clusters and all above a monkey, deer and dragon among flowering plants, base chip and minor glaze frits. 51 cm. high. Estimate €5,000 - €7,000 - Price Realized €29,800 Literature: D.& R. Aronson, Dutch Delftware, Amsterdam, 2005, p. 5, nr.2 A Dutch Delft polychrome Chinoiserie... [Lire la suite]