22 janvier 2011

A Chinese porcelain famille verte wine cup of conical form.. Six character mark of Chenghua within a double square, late Kangxi

A Chinese porcelain famille verte wine cup of conical form.. Six character mark of Chenghua within a double square, late Kangxi, circa 1720. Courtesy Marchantdelicately painted with a standing scholar holding a staff beside a deer holding a single piece of lingzhi in its mouth, the reverse with a pine tree amongst rockwork, 3 5/8 inches, 9.2cm diameter. Price on request • Formerly in a private Dutch collection. • Previously sold by Bluett and Sons, London. MARCHANT; www.marchantiques.com
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19 janvier 2011

A Chinese porcelain famille verte rouleau vase. Kangxi, circa 1700

A Chinese porcelain famille verte rouleau vase. Kangxi, circa 1700. Courtesy Marchantwith high shoulder, cylindrical ribbed neck and galleried rim, painted on the body with a continuous battle scene with equestrian warriors, bowmen, soldiers and flag bearers amongst rockwork and pine, beneath stylised iron-red clouds, the moon and stars, the high shoulder with four panels of precious objects with books, brush holder, scrolls, a tied qin, ruyi-sceptre, weiqi board and counter holders, on a flower-head and stippled green ground,... [Lire la suite]
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19 janvier 2011

Kangxi porcelain famille verte deep dish & 3 saucer dishes

A Chinese porcelain famille verte saucer dish. Kangxi, circa 1680. Courtesy Marchantwith gently flaring rim, painted with fishermen seated in a boat in a mountainous river landscape scene with rockwork, viewing pavilion and a pagoda in the distance beneath iron-red clouds, migrating birds and the moon. 8 ½ inches, 21.5cm diameter. Condition: Hair crack. Price on request. • Formerly in the collection of Professor D. R. Laurence. • Sold by R. & G. McPherson Antiques, 3rd November 2005. • A larger famille verte dish of... [Lire la suite]
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19 janvier 2011

A Chinese porcelain blue and white saucer dish. Kangxi, circa 1680.

A Chinese porcelain blue and white saucer dish. Kangxi, circa 1680. Courtesy Marchantwith gently flaring rim, painted with two large carp swimming amongst three shrimp and aquatic plants beneath a single line in underglaze blue, the underside with four aquatic plant sprays. The base with a lingzhi fungus mark within a double ring in underglaze blue, encircled by a wide channel foot rim. 13 ¾ inches, 35.2cm diameter. Condition: Rim crack and chips restored. Pricve on request. • Formerly in the collection of Professor D. R.... [Lire la suite]
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30 décembre 2010

Blue & White porcelains from the Lady Lever Art Gallery (2)

Vase. Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration. H. 19.7 cm, DB. 12 cm. Jingdezhen, China. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722 AD). LL 6037. Lady Lever Art Gallery. Vase, which belongs to a set of five (with three vases, LL 6037, LL 6038 (cover to LL 6037 ), LL 6039, LL 6040 (cover to LL 6039 ), LL 6041 & LL 6042 (cover to LL 6041 ) with slender oval bodies, short necks, dome-shaped covers, and slightly spreading feet; and two beakers, LL 6043 & LL 6044, with bulbous stems and flaring mouths). Design in bands of... [Lire la suite]
30 décembre 2010

Blue & White porcelains from the Lady Lever Art Gallery (1)

Ewer. Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration. H. 18.7 cm. Jingdezhen, China. Transitional period, Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD).. LL 25.  Lady Lever Art Gallery. Ewer with depressed globular body, straight slender neck, and star-shaped mouth. Long spout with foliage attachments. The body is moulded in six lobes. Painted in pale blue with a garden scene. The decorations show a spontaneous, naturalistic style, the subject taken from book illustrations. Exhibited: Lord Leverhulme. Founder of the Lady Lever Art Gallery and Port... [Lire la suite]
19 décembre 2010

Kangxi Famille Verte & 119th century @ Christie's. European Noble and Private Collections, Amsterdam

A large Chinese famille verte three-piece garniture. Kangxi (1662-1722). Photo: Christie's Images Ltd., 2010 The sides enamelled with two large panels of figures in a palace interior with flower-vases and a crane, divided by narrow panels enclosing a dog confronting a squirrel perched in a hanging branch of vine, all above a band of shaped cartouches of scrolling leaves around the foot, comprising a baluster jar and a pair of beaker vases, one trumpet vase restored. The baluster jar 44 cm. high; the beaker vases 48 cm. high... [Lire la suite]
19 décembre 2010

Famille Verte d'époque Kangxi et Dynastie Qing @ Sotheby's. Asian Art, 16 Dec 10, Paris

Vase en porcelaine de la famille verte. Chine, dynastie Qing, époque Kangxi (1662-1722). photo Sotheby's de forme balustre, le col évasé, à décor en relief d'une femme et d'un dignitaire devant un écran décoré d'un paysage lacustre, à côté d'un vase de fleur sur une sellette rocailleuse et d'un support d'épée, l'épaulement rythmé de cartouches peints représentant des ustensiles de lettrés, le col décoré d'oiseaux, fleurs et grillon; 45 cm, 17 3/4 in. Est. 15,000—20,000 EUR. Lot Sold 39,150 EUR NOTE: A comparable vase with... [Lire la suite]
18 décembre 2010

Rare Gourde en porcelaine à décor rouge de fer, or et polychrome. Chine, Dynastie Qing, époque Kangxi (1662-1722)

Rare Gourde en porcelaine à décor rouge de fer, or et polychrome. Chine, Dynastie Qing, époque Kangxi (1662-1722). Photo: Christie's Images Ltd., 2010 De forme globulaire aplatie, les deux faces ornées d'un large médaillon circulaire à décor de dragon à quatre griffes, le corps noueux couvert d'écailles, évoluant parmi nuages et flammes, la gueule féroce laissant voir les crocs, le pourtour délimité par une frise de treillis losangés rehaussés de pivoines, les deux côtés agrémentés de chilong tenant un lingzhi, les anses... [Lire la suite]
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17 décembre 2010

"Bleu de Huê" vendus et invendus @ Sotheby's Paris

Tazza en porcelaine dite "Bleu de Huê". Chine, dynastie Qing, circa 1840. photo Sotheby's de forme hexagonale sur un haut pied bombé à pans coupés, à décor de médaillons représentant des têtes de dragons et d'un dragon chilong central; marque "Thiêu Tri niên tao" (Made during the Thiêu Tri reign); diam. 11,5 cm, 4 1/2 in. Est. 5,000—7,000 EUR. Lot Sold 6,250 EUR PROVENANCE: Collection de S.A.I le prince Bao Long, vente Drouot, 22 Novembre 1995 Bol en porcelaine dite "bleu de Huê". China,... [Lire la suite]
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