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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16 mai 2011

Song Dynasty, Northern Song dynasty, Jun, Purple-Splashed, Ding, Guan, black-glazed, Qingbai,

A Jun Purple-Splashed cup and cup-stand. Song Dynasty. Photo Sotheby's the cup with deep rounded sides rising from a short foot, the cupstand with a small deep cup resting on a broad gallery flaring up slightly, all supported on a high unglazed foot, both covered in a pale sky blue glaze liberally splashed with pale purple; 7.7cm., 3in. Estimate 5,000—7,000 GBP.. Lot Sold 18,750 GBP A Ding-type ewer. Song Dynasty. Photo Sotheby's the rounded body shaped into eight lobes rising from a short foot to a tall cylindrical neck, the... [Lire la suite]
25 mars 2011

Ten best of Harmony of Form, Serenity of Color: A Private Collection of 'Song' Ceramics @ Sorheby"s

A Rare Imperial Numbered Jun' Narcissus Bowl, Early Ming Dynasty. photo Sotheby"s The second single owner collection of the series, Harmony of Form, Serenity of Color: A Private Collection of ‘Song’ Ceramics, achieved a total of $9,039,375, comfortably exceeding the $4.7/6.8 million estimate. The sale was led by A Rare Imperial Numbered ‘Jun’ Narcissus Bowl, Early Ming Dynasty which sold for $2,210,500, many multiples of the $200/300,000 estimate. A Very Fine Carved ‘Ding’ ‘Peony’ Dish, Northern Song Dynasty fetched $866,500,... [Lire la suite]
20 février 2011

Harmony of Form, Serenity of Color: A Private Collection of "Song" Ceramics At Sotheby's

A Fine and Extremely Rare 'Xingyao' Ewer dating to the 10th century (est. $400/600,000. Photo: Sotheby's NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s Asia week series of auctions will include a remarkable single owner collection of Chinese ceramics formed over 25 years. Harmony of Form, Serenity of Color: A Private Collection of ‘Song’ Ceramics will take place on 23 March 2011 in New York. The collection encompasses a wide range of ‘Song’ Dynasty ceramic art which is known for its timeless beauty and elegance. Among the highlights of the 83 lot... [Lire la suite]
25 septembre 2010

A pair of Ding molded bowls. Song Dynasty

A pair of Ding molded bowls. Song Dynasty. photo courtesy Sotheby"s each with deep rounded sides resting on a short straight foot, the interior molded with a central floret encircled by leafy floral sprigs, all below a keyfret border at the mouthrim, the exterior left plain, covered overall in a greyish creamy glaze save for the rim (2); diameter 3 1/8 in., 7.9 cm. Estimate 5,000—7,000 USD. Lot Sold 5,000 USD Sotheby's. Fine Ceramics and works of Art. 15 Sept 2010. New York www.sothebys.com
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21 septembre 2010

Exhibition of Twelve Outstanding Chinese Works of Art @ Eskenazi Limited

Falangcai Porcelain Pear-shaped vase, Qing dynasty, Yongzheng reign mark and of the period, 1723-1735; Height 30cm. photo courtesy Eskenazi Limited Eskenazi Limited, one of the world’s most respected dealers in Chinese art, is celebrating its golden jubilee with an exhibition of twelve exceptional pieces which have been acquired over the past ten years and set aside especially for this event.  Fiftieth Anniversary Exhibition:  Twelve Chinese Masterworks will be held at 10 Clifford Street, London W1, from Thursday 4 to... [Lire la suite]
02 septembre 2010

Chinese monochromes @ Sotheby's, Fine Ceramics and works of Art, 15 Sept 2010, New York

A fine ru-type vase (hu) Qianlong seal mark and period. photo courtesy Sotheby's of pear-shaped form, the rounded sides resting on a slightly flared foot rising to an everted mouthrim, the shoulder molded with a raised band and set with a pair of stylized elephant handles, covered overall in a pale greyish-blue glaze, the base inscribed with a six-character Qianlong seal mark in archaising characters: height 12 in., 30.5 cm - Estimate 180,000 - 250,000 USD NOTE: This vase is exceptional for its... [Lire la suite]
25 mai 2010

Chinese ceramics @ Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art. 12 May 10 London

An extremely rare 'ge' brushwasher. Yuan dynasty. photo Sotheby's finely potted, the lobed flaring sides rising from a slightly concave base to an everted rim, covered overall with a thick and lustrous soft grey glaze suffused with a matrix of dark grey and gold crackles, the base with six spur marks revealing the blackish body beneath - 12.5cm., 4 7/8 in. - Est. 80,000—220,000 GBP Lot Sold 993,250 GBP NOTE: The delicate potting and glaze that thins at the rim to reveal the black body with a prominent crackled effect... [Lire la suite]
24 mai 2010

Chinese artworks from an Apartment by Jed Johnson @ Christie's London

A Chinese bronze tripod vessel, ding. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd 2010. Cast in the Shang dynasty style with taotie on a leiwen ground below two arch handles at the rim, with green encrustation - 8¾ in. (22.5 cm.) high - Estimate £600 - £800 Price Realized £51,650 A set of twelve Chinese painted pottery 'zodiacal' tomb figures. Probably Ming dynasty (1368-1644).  Photo: Christie's Images Ltd 2010. Each holding an animal of the zodiac, variously painted in red, black, white, olive and turquoise-green - 7¼ in.... [Lire la suite]
19 juin 2009

Vase couvert, ding, tripode, en bronze. Chine. Début de l'époque des Royaumes Combattants. Vè siècle av. J-C

Vase couvert, ding, tripode, en bronze. Chine. Début de l'époque des Royaumes Combattants. Vè siècle av. J-C de patine verte et noire décoré sur la panse d'un simple anneau en relief, et sur le couvercle de trois bovidés couchés autour d'un bouton central retenant un anneau. Deux anses latérales droites se terminant en boucles. A l'intérieur du couvercle une inscription. Haut : 17 cm. Diam. au col : 15,4 cm. Estimation : 1 000 / 1 200 € Vente du Dimanche 21 juin 2009. Tableaux, Archéologie, Céramique, Bijoux, Vins, Mobilier... [Lire la suite]