26 mars 2009

Safavid blue, red and white soft paste porcelain bottle, Kirman, South East Iran, 17th century

Safavid blue, red and white soft paste porcelain bottle, Kirman, South East Iran, 17th century Of flattened drop shape, each side with large fleshy trefoils and half-palmettes heightened underglaze with light red and reserved on cobalt blue foliate lattice, the neck mounted with a tubular copper spout, rising from a flat foot, small repairs around the mouth and the foot, minor areas of repainting. 13 3/8in. (33.9cm.) high. Estimate £6,000 - £8,000 Christie's. Art of the Islamic and Indian Worlds 31 March 2009 . London, King... [Lire la suite]
10 mars 2009

The "Jeziorak" 'vase' carpet, possibly Kirman, Southeast Persia, 17th century

The "Jeziorak" 'vase' carpet, possibly Kirman, Southeast Persia, 17th centuryapproximately 270 by 175cm. Estiimate 600,000—800,000 USD TECHNICAL ANALYSIS: Warp: cotton, ivory, Z4SWeft: 1st and 3rd shoots wool, brown, grey, blue, light red, green, Z2S, 2nd shoot: silk, ivory, 2ZPile: wool, 2Z, rarely 3Z, asymmetrical knot, open to the leftDensity: 6 horizontal, 6 vertical per linear cm.Sides: not completeEnds: not complete Colours: ivory, tan, light brown, pink, deep red, orange, yellow, orange-yellow, light olive,... [Lire la suite]
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