14 juillet 2011

Chinese Imperial porcelain blue and white, underglaze copper-red and celadon vase. Six-character mark of Kangxi and period

A Chinese Imperial porcelain blue and white, underglaze copper-red and celadon vase. Six-character mark of Kangxi in underglaze blue and of the period, 1662-1722. Courtesy Marchant of club form slightly tapering towards the foot, painted on each facet with a mountainous river landscape with houses, viewing pavilions, pine, wuti and incised celadon rockwork, two panels with fishermen, one beneath the moon, each panel within underglaze blue double lines, the flat shoulder with four sprays of prunus, lotus, bamboo and daisy... [Lire la suite]
08 juin 2011

Small recipient with a cover. Vietnam, 14th-15th century

Small recipient with a cover. Vietnam, 14th-15th century. © Galerie Christophe Hioco Detail: close-up view. © Galerie Christophe Hioco Detail: opened. © Galerie Christophe Hioco Ceramic. 15 x 14 cm; 5 3/4 x 6 inches. Price: $2,600.00 7th BRUSSELS ORIENTAL ART FAIR. June 8th - 12th, 2011. Christophe Hioco. Asian Art. 12, rue de Penthièvre 75008 Paris - France. Tel: +33 (1) 53 30 09 65 - Fax: +33(1) 72 70 33 28 - Belgian mobile: +32 470 59 48 32 - Email: // info@galeriehioco.com - Website: www.galeriehioco.com
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04 juin 2011

A rare large carved celadon bowl. Yongzheng six-character sealmark and of the period (1723-1735)

A rare large carved celadon bowl. Yongzheng six-character sealmark and of the period (1723-1735). Photo: Christie's Images Ltd. 2011 Well potted with deep rounded sides and flared mouth rim, the exterior finely carved with three large sprays of blossoming lotus, peony and mallow above smaller sprays of chrysanthemum, begonia and dianthus and below detached branches of peach, pomegranate and persimmon, the sanduo, all interspersed with small clusters of swirling clouds, covered overall with an even glaze of attractive pale... [Lire la suite]
26 mai 2011

Chinese 18th century's monochromes @ Czerny's

An important white porcelain vase. Qianlong six-character seal mark. Qing dynasty, 18th Century.. Photo Czerny's Globular body on a ring-shaped foot; long, cylindrical neck slightly flared at the border, decorated with relieved and engraved palm leaves; at the first part of the body a wide band with branches of peonies, a lingzhi decoration at the shoulder; covered by a warm, cream white glaze showing the underneath decorations, at the base a six-character seal mark. Excellent conditions. high 33,2 cm. Estimate 15000.00 |... [Lire la suite]
22 avril 2011

A fine and rare moulded celadon bowl. Mark and Period of YongzhengA fine and rare moulded celadon bowl. Mark and Period of Yongz

A fine and rare moulded celadon bowl. Mark and Period of Yongzheng. Photo Sotheby's the well-rounded sides rising from a slightly tapering foot, moulded on the outside in slight relief with a formal flower scroll with finely incised details and a petal border below, the inside incised with a star-shaped floret, covered overall with a very pale glaze of bluish-green tone leaving the rim and base white, the latter inscribed with a six-character mark within a double circl; 11.4 cm., 4 1/2 in. Estimate 700,000—900,000 HKD. Lot Sold... [Lire la suite]
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31 octobre 2010

A celadon jar and cover, China, Yuan-early Ming dynasty.

A celadon jar and cover, China, Yuan-early Ming dynasty. photo courtesy Nagel D. 33 cm. Rim of cover and the body partly restored - Estimate 2 000 € Nagel Auktionen. Asian Art. November 4th 2010 www.auction.de
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11 septembre 2010

Ming Dynasty 'Longquan' celadon & celadon @ Sotheby'sMing Dynasty 'Longquan' celadon & celadon @ Sotheby's

A large carved 'Longquan' celadon-glazed bowl. Ming Dynasty. photo courtesy Sotheby's with steeply rounded sides radially fluted to form petal-shaped panels, the exterior crisply carved with lotus blossoms growing leafy stems beneath a keyfret border at the rim, the interior further carved with a central petal-lobed medallion enclosing a lotus spray within radiating petal-form panels of lotus florets, all under a rich green glaze; diameter 13 in., 33 cm - Estimate 20,000 - 30,000 USD NOTE: A similar bowl but with different... [Lire la suite]
01 juillet 2010

A Song 'hare's fur' bowl, a small celadon bowl & a Dingyao style bowl, probably Song

A 'hare's fur' bowl. Song. photo Bonhams Of conical form, the glaze with characteristic streaky markings and pooling at the foot, 12.2cm diameter. Estimate: £400 - 600 A small celadon bowl. Probably Song. photo Bonhams Carved with central lotus flower within a border of phoenix and flowers beneath a Qingbai style glaze, 17.7cm diameter. Estimate: £300 - 400 A Dingyao style bowl. Probably Song. photo Bonhams The circular bowl with gently sloping sides, a central flower head motif within a key-pattern... [Lire la suite]
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28 juin 2010

雍正 Yongzheng Celadon Lotus Form Vase

Celadon Lotus Form Vase. 清代 Qing Dynasty, 雍正 Yongzheng Period (1723-1735).  photos Vermeer & Griggs A fine and elegant fluted and foliated lotus form vase covered in a thick rich blue-green celadon glaze. The form reminiscent of a Song shape and the glaze in imitation of the famous Song  Kinuta glaze, the term used by the Japanese to describe the hue of blue-green celadon that covered a Longquan mallet vase. The pear-shaped fluted body sits atop a high fluted foot-rim, the interior foot-rim scalloped... [Lire la suite]
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13 juin 2010

Three fish-shaped vases. Celadon porcelain China, c. 1750, Mount bronze France, mid-18th century

Three fish-shaped vases. Celadon porcelain China, c. 1750, Mount bronze France, mid-18th century. Inv. no. 124 A/B/C © 2008 Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian These three pieces, showing individual or paired fish, are produced in valuable Chinese porcelain. The mounts, which were designed to heighten their value and satisfy the taste for chinoiseries that were so fashionable at the time, were produced in France, very probably in Paris, by an unknown craftsmen in richly chased and gilded bronze. The rocaille motifs, such as aquatic... [Lire la suite]