27 juin 2009

A Meissen garniture de cheminée. The porcelain circa 1730-40, the decoration probably circa 1745

A Meissen garniture de cheminée. The porcelain circa 1730-40, the decoration probably circa 1745 comprising three large ovoid vases and covers and two flared beaker vases, each with chinoiserie scenes within elaborate ombrierte gilt baroque reserves among scattered sprigs and sprays of deutsche Blumen, the covers with similar scenes and gilt knops ( one cover later, another with re-stuck finial, one vase with restored rim chip). crossed swords marks in underglaze-blue, Dreher's marks or Pressnummen. central vase 54cm.,... [Lire la suite]
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27 juin 2009

A gilt-bronze-mounted Chinese black lacquer commode stamped P. Roussel. Louis XV, circa 1745

A gilt-bronze-mounted Chinese black lacquer commode stamped P. Roussel. Louis XV, circa 1745 marble top associated; mounts regilt. 86.5cm high, 134cm. wide, 66cm. deep;2ft. 10in., 4ft. 4 1/2in, 2ft. 2in. Est. 100,000—150,000 GBP PROVENANCE: Sold, lot 358, Christie's, Monaco, 20th June 1994 (1,635,000FF) LITERATURE AND REFERENCES: Visions of the East at Partridge, 5th November to 19th December, 1999, p. 26, illustrated. NOTE: Comparative Literature:Pierre Kjellberg, Le mobilier Français du XVIII... [Lire la suite]
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27 juin 2009

A George II carved giltwood mirror. circa 1745

A George II carved giltwood mirror. circa 1745 the architectural broken pediment with an eagle cresting above a replaced rectangular bevelled plate flanked by a pair of male herm figures, re-gilded, the pediment with some later elements. 237cm. high, 146.5cm. wide; 7ft. 9½ in., 4ft. 9¾ in. Est. 40,000—60,000 GBP PROVENANCE: Anonymous sale, in these Rooms, 8 April 1983, lot 57. Anonymous sale, in these Rooms, 3 July 2003, lot 60. LITERATURE AND REFERENCES: Graham Child, World Mirrors, 1990, p. 104, fig. 117. ... [Lire la suite]
12 mai 2009

A rare famille rose 'pompadour'-pattern pot-pourri jar and cover. Qianlong period, circa 1745

A rare famille rose 'Pompadour'-pattern pot-pourri jar and cover. Qianlong period, circa 1745 Of squat pear shape with slightly waisted flaring upper section pierced with four apertures and gently rounded body, surmounted by a shallow domed cover pierced witgh a further eight apertures, the squat finial painted with iron-red overlapping petals and pierced with a larger aperture at the top, brightly enamelled en suite to lot 186. 7 3/8 in. (18.5 cm.) high. Est. £10,000 - £15,000 - Price realised £20,000 Provenance:... [Lire la suite]
12 mai 2009

A pair of rare famille rose 'Pompadour'-pattern tureens and covers. Qianlong period, circa 1745

A pair of rare famille rose 'Pompadour'-pattern tureens and covers. Qianlong period, circa 1745 Each of deep circular form with domed covers and a raised chrysanthemum bud finial, brightly enamelled on the sides and top with four foliate cartouches alternately enclosing an eagle and a fish, amongst bold floral sprays depicting varieties of poppies and smaller daisies and berries, within a narrow chain-pattern border at the rims, the finials encircled by radiating, overlapping, iron-red chrysanthemum petals, repeated on the... [Lire la suite]
11 avril 2009

Assiette à décor européen décorée en grisaille, Porcelaine de Chine, dite de la Compagnie des Indes. Epoque Qianlong, vers 1745.

Assiette à décor européen décorée en grisaille, Porcelaine de Chine, dite de la Compagnie des Indes. Epoque Qianlong, vers 1745. diamètre: 23,2cm. État : Remarquable état de conservation; grisaille très contrastée; infime égrenure rebouchée sur le bord. Prix : sur demande à la galerie. Provenance : Collection privée, France Note: La scène représente un homme qui marche devant un bouc sur lequel est assise de côté une jeune femme tenant un panier rempli de fleurs et les rênes. Derrière eux marche un petit putto... [Lire la suite]