27 mai 2011

A Dehua tripod incense burner, ding. Late Ming dynasty

A Dehua tripod incense burner, ding. Late Ming dynasty. Photo Bonhams Raised on three slim and tall cylindrical feet, the bulbous body moulded in lower relief with a frieze of keyfret scrolls set between a pair of bow-string borders, a pair of bail handles flanked each sides at the rim, the base with four-character maker's mark 'linjie shengzhi', all on white glaze of ivory tone. 14.5cm high. Sold for HK$42,000 晚明 德化白仿古高足鼎 A similar incense burner is illustrated in Blanc de Chine, S.Marchant & Son, London, 2006, no.71;... [Lire la suite]
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05 septembre 2010

Chinese Dehua & Blanc de Chine @ Doyle New York

Pair of Chinese Blanc de Chine Guanyin. 19th Century. Photo: Courtesy Doyle New York Each standing on a square stylized rockwork base, each figure dressed in long layered robes, holding a lingzhi fungus in one hand, a small deer standing in attendance dressed with a collar hung with bells, plumes and lingzhi fungus, a vase of flowers balanced on his back, impressed seal mark. Height 15 1/2 inches. Estimate $8,000-10,000 Chinese Blanc de Chine Seated Guanyin. 19th Century. Photo: Courtesy Doyle New York ... [Lire la suite]
06 mai 2009

A large, standing blanc-de-chine buddha, China, 18th century marked "Dehua" and "Pu zi yu ren"

A large, standing blanc-de-chine buddha, China, 18th century marked "Dehua" and "Pu zi yu ren" H. 52,8 cm. Est. 12 000 EUR. Note: A similar figure on a lotus flower head base from the collection of Captain and Mrs. V. Bulkeley-Johnson (who formed the Mount Trust), was included by Godfrey Gomper and Margaret Medley in A Thousand Years of Chinese Ceramic Art, Oriental Ceramic Society at the Quantas gallery, Piccadilly, London, 1966, Katalognr. 96, eine weitere Figur auf einem Lotosblütenstand aus... [Lire la suite]