16 juin 2011

Vase de forme "gu " en porcelaine décorée en émaux polychromes dit " wucai". Epoque Transition

Vase de forme "gu " en porcelaine décorée en émaux polychromes dit " wucai". Epoque Transition. Photo Ader SVV & Interenchères de dragon et phoenix parmi les nuages. Ces deux animaux symbolisent l'Empereur et parfois l'union heureuse. L'on voit aussi l a représentation des huit trésors, "ba bao", stylisés avec entre autres la perle et la peinture. Autour de la base, les vagues s'éclatent sur des rochers. (Restaurations). Hauteur : 40,8 cm. Estimation : 500/600€ Ader SVV. JEUDI 30 JUIN à 14H00. Drouot Richelieu  Salle 12,... [Lire la suite]
Posté par Alain Truong à 09:13 - - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
Tags : , ,
12 juin 2011

Vase de forme Gu en bronze de belle patine cuivrée parsemé dor dit Gold-Splashed . Chine, période Ming

Vase de forme Gu en bronze de belle patine cuivrée parsemé dor dit Gold-Splashed . Chine, période Ming. Photo VERSAILLES ENCHERES S.A.R.L & Internechères La base du col orné de deux têtes de dragon stylisé. H : 37 cm - Estimation : 5000/6000€ Expert: Monsieur Pierre Ansas . VERSAILLES ENCHERES S.A.R.L DIMANCHE 19 JUIN à 14H00, 3, impasse des Chevau-Légers, 78000 Versailles. Tél. : 01.39.50.69.82 - Fax : 01.39.49.04.17 - Email :  versaillesencheres@wanadoo.fr
Posté par Alain Truong à 22:09 - - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
Tags : , ,
10 juin 2011

Rare vase en porcelaine wucai, gu. Chine, dynastie Ming, marque à six caractères et époque Wanli (1573-1619)

Rare vase en porcelaine wucai, gu. Chine, dynastie Ming, marque à six caractères et époque Wanli (1573-1619). Photo: Christie's Images Ltd. 2011 Le pied et le col évasés à décor de dragons, la panse globulaire ornée d'oiseaux et branchages fleuris, marque à six caractères de l'Empereur Wanli en bleu sous couverte à la base ; le col réduit. Hauteur: 34,5 cm. (13 5/8 in.). Estimate: €30,000 - €40,000($43,943 - $58,591). Price Realized €37,000 ($54,158) Provenance: From a French private collection Notes: Modelled after the ancient... [Lire la suite]
07 juin 2011

Rare vase en porcelaine bleu blanc, gu. Chine, dynastie Ming, marque à six caractères et époque Wanli (1573-1619)

Rare vase en porcelaine bleu blanc, gu. Chine, dynastie Ming, marque à six caractères et époque Wanli (1573-1619). Photo: Christie's Images Ltd. 2011 Le col et le pied évasés à décor de dragons, la panse globulaire ornée de faisans parmi des fleurs, marque à six caractères de l'Empereur Wanli en bleu sous couverte à la base ; fêles, col réduit. Hauteur: 32 cm. (12 5/8 in.). Estimate €20,000 - €30,000 ($29,295 - $43,943) Provenance: From a French private collection Notes: For another Wanli gu vase decorated in wucai palette,... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2011

Kangxi blue and white @ Bonhams, Fine Chinese Art, 12 May 2011

A rare and large blue and white 'soldier' vase and cover. Kangxi. Photo Bonhams The vase of tall baluster form rising to the high shoulder, waisted neck and everted rim, well painted in shades of lighter and darker blue with four panels divided by narrow borders enclosing white morning glory scrolls, the panels painted with two scenes of ladies and boys at play in a fenced garden by a pavilion with well detailed interior, alternating with two scenes of boys behind fences watching two jousting mounted warriors, all between the... [Lire la suite]
08 septembre 2010

Ming Dynasty bronzes @ Freeman & Co

Rare Chinese Ming cast bronze censer cover. Wanli period. photo courtesy Freeman & Co Of three parts and of graduating cylindrical form, surmounted with cast coiled dragon finial, over Indian lotus and coiled dragon open-work base, raised on a later associated stand. Cover H: 17 in. Estimate $6,000-8,000 PROVENANCE: Washington D.C Collection surmounting dragon missing one horn, minor surface wear and dents to base consistent with age and use Rare Chinese Ming gilt bronze cup. 16-17th century. photo courtesy... [Lire la suite]
07 mai 2010

Yellow glass flaring vase, bol and cover Qianlong seal marks & a Beijing yellow glass bottle vase, 18th century

An Imperial-poem-inscribed yellow glass flaring vase, gu. Qianlong seal mark, circa 1782-1820. photo Bonhams Of elegant archaistic gu form, rising from a splayed base with gently rounded bulbous middle section to a flared trumpet neck, inscribed around the neck with twenty-five stylised archaic characters with one seal, the middle section deeply and finely carved with two pairs of archaiistic confronted gui dragons with two panels in reserve, each enclosing two poems, one terminating Qianlong yuti, Imperial composition... [Lire la suite]
06 novembre 2009

Bronze Turns To Gold As Bonhams Sells Lord Cunliffe's Chinese Collection In £5M Sale

An archaic bronze inscribed ritual food vessel, gui. Early Western Zhou Dynasty Chinese Dragon Makes Recession Defying Roar Bronze Age Chinese vessels from one of the finest old English collections, formed by the 2nd Lord Cunliffe between the darkest war years of the early 1940s, and his death in 1963, achieved astonishing prices at Bonhams sale of Chinese Art today, November 5, in London. The most important group of early Chinese bronzes ever offered at Bonhams, the Collection mainly comprised classic funerary vessel... [Lire la suite]
18 octobre 2009

Two longquan celadon & a celadon ceramics, Late Yuan/early Ming dynasty & Ming dynasty @ Christie's London

A rare longquan celadon fluted vase, gu. Late Yuan/early Ming dynasty, circa 14th century. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd. 2009 The globular mid-section supported on a tall splayed foot and applied with an elongated neck ending on a flaring rim, the fluted body covered overall with an unctous sea-green glaze. 9¼ in. (23.5 cm.) high. Est. £6,000 - £8,000 A rare carved celadon warming bowl. Ming dynasty, 15th century. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd. 2009 Stoutly potted, the deep sides fluidly carved with a wide band of... [Lire la suite]
08 septembre 2009

Painted enamel gu vase. China, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period 1736 - 1795

Painted enamel gu vase. China, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period 1736 - 1795 A polychrome enamel Gu shaped vase of square section. The base is flat and forms a flared stem that leads up towards a bulbous middle section. A sloping ridge divides this area with the stem and the flaring neck of the vase, which follows. Protruding flanges ornament the edges of the vase along all three sections. The middle section of the vase is painted with four shaped cartouches, each depicting a European-style village with buildings and a bridge in a... [Lire la suite]
Posté par Alain Truong à 20:33 - - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
Tags : , , , ,