17 mai 2009

A large celadon-glazed dish. Early Ming Dynasty

A large celadon-glazed dish. Early Ming Dynasty The robustly-potted body with lobed gently rounded sides rising to a barbed rim, finely incised at the centre with a single lotus flower, the lobed sides with repeated lotus medallion and a classic scroll at the rim, covered overall in a sea-green glaze except for an unglazed ring on the base burnt russet in the firing. 39.6cm (15in) diam. Sold for £3,600 Provenance: the Jarras Collection, England Bonhams. Fine Chinese Art, 14 May 2009. New Bond Street... [Lire la suite]
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17 mai 2009

A large celadon-glazed tripod censer. Early Ming Dynasty

A large celadon-glazed tripod censer. Early Ming Dynasty Standing on three animal-mask feet, moulded to the exterior of the shallow curving body with the eight trigrams below a band of scrolling foliage, with a band of bosses below the inward-curving rim, covered with an olive-green glaze, stopping short at the centre of the interior and the base. 31.5cm (12½in) diam. (2). Estimate: £2,000 - 3,000 - Unsold Exhibited: Borås Konstmuseum, Gothenburg, 1985.Illustrated: Mittens Rike, En unik exposé av 4000 års konst och... [Lire la suite]
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