18 juin 2011

A multi-mouth Ru-type glazed porcelain vase, China, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong mark and period (1736-1795).

A multi-mouth Ru-type glazed porcelain vase, China, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong mark and  period (1736-1795). Photo Sotheby's  de forme circulaire reposant sur un pied bombé, le col principal entouré de six cols secondaires, recouvert d'une belle glaçure céladon bleu-gris, marque à six caractères en bleu sous couverte à la base ; fêle restauré autour du corps et à la base, égrenures et petits éclats aux bords; 25 cm, 9 13/16 in. ESTIMATE 20,000-30,000 EUR. Lot Sold: 42,750 EUR AUTHENTICATION: This shape is recorded as a... [Lire la suite]
01 octobre 2010

A fine and rare carved polychrome lacquer 'Immortals' box and cover. Qianlong Mark And Per

A fine and rare carved polychrome lacquer 'Immortals' box and cover. Qianlong Mark And Period.  photo courtesy Sotheby's of hexalobed form, the domed cover with a central hexalobed medallion and with six further medallions repeated on the sides, each intricately carved in various levels of relief to reveal the layers of red, ochre and green lacquer with a scholar and attendants engaged in leisurely pursuits in different garden settings, the box similarly decorated with six panels each featuring scholars in... [Lire la suite]
17 septembre 2010

A yellow glass bottle vase. Qianlong mark and period.

A yellow glass bottle vase. Qianlong mark and period. photo courtesy Sotheby's the globular body supported on a splightly splayed foot rising to a tall cylindrical neck, the body of a rich lemon-yellow tone, the base with a wheel-cut four-character Qianlong mark; height 9 in., 22.8 cm. Estimate 50,000—70,000 USD. Unsold A translucent yellow glass vase of this form from the Andrew K. F. Lee Collection is illustrated bu Humphrey Hui and Peter Lam, Elegance and Radiance. Grandeur in Qing Glass, The Andrew K. F. Lee... [Lire la suite]
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17 septembre 2010

A carved red glass vase. Qianlong Mark And Period.

A carved red glass vase. Qianlong Mark And Period. photo courtesy Sotheby's of baluster form, the globular body supported on a short slightly splayed foot rising to a trumpeted neck and flared rim, the rounded sides carved with a battle scene in a rockwork landscape, all below a band of upright lappets encircling the shoulders, the rim further carved with a border of ruyi-heads, the base incised with a four-character reign mark; height 6 1/2 in., 16.4 cm - Estimate 50,000—70,000 USD, Unsold Sotheby's. Fine Ceramics and... [Lire la suite]
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30 août 2010

The Joe Grimberg Collection of Chinese Snuff Bottles @ Sotheby's New York

An Enamel On Copper Snuff Bottle, Imperial, Attributed to the Palace Workshops, Beijing, Qianlong Mark And Period (1736-1795), est. US$250/350,000. Photo: Sotheby's NEW YORK, NY.- One of the highlights of Sotheby’s fall 2010 Asia Week sales in New York will be a single owner offering of the Joe Grimberg Collection of Chinese Snuff Bottles on 14 September 2010. The bottles date from as early as the beginning of the 18th century and reflect a broad variety of Chinese decorative arts from glass and porcelain to jade. Mr. Grimberg... [Lire la suite]
09 juillet 2010

The Joe Grimberg Collection of Chinese Snuff Bottles @ Sotheby's New York

An Enamel on Yellow Glass Snuff Bottle, Qianlong Mark and Period, 1736-1795. Imperial, attributed to the Palace Workshops, Beijing. Height 1 3/4 in., 4.4 cm. Est. $100/150,000. Photo: Sotheby's. LONDON.- One of the highlights of Sotheby’s fall 2010 Asia Week sales in New York will be a single owner offering of the Joe Grimberg Collection of Chinese Snuff Bottles on 14 September 2010. The bottles date from as early as the beginning of the 18th century and reflect a broad variety of Chinese decorative arts from glass and... [Lire la suite]
17 juin 2010

Beijing glass chrysanthemum dish and bowls, engraved four-character Qianlong marks and of the period

A very rare imperial white Beijing glass chrysanthemum dish, China, incised Qianlong four-character mark and of the period © 2010 Nagel - Auctions D. 17,5 cm. Estimate 70 000 € Sold 140 000 € Note: Chrysanthemum-shaped porcelain dishes appear in a complete series of twelve colours. A fine pair of mustard yellow Beijing glass bowls on fine carved wood stands. China, engraved four-character Qianlong marks and of the period © 2010 Nagel - Auctions D. 12 cm. One wood stand with chip to rim. ... [Lire la suite]
28 mars 2010

Qianlong mark and period blue and white ewer (he) & narcissus bowl

A blue and white ewer (he). Qianlong mark and period. photo Sotheby's of archaistic he form, painted in underglaze-blue around the sides with the 'Eight Buddhist Emblems' amidst lotus flowers - height 7 in., 17.8 cm. Estimate 6,000—8,000 USD. Lot Sold 27,500 USD PROVENANCE: Warren Cox, New York, 1969. A rare blue and white narcissus bowl. Qianlong seal mark and period. photo Sotheby's supported on four angled feet of ruyi outline, the sides painted with intertwined flower scrolls encircling a central... [Lire la suite]
26 février 2010

World's Greatest Collection of Snuff Bottles Shows Emperor's Personal Taste @ Bonhams

A double overlay sapphire-blue and white glass 'dragon' snuff bottle. Attributed to the Imperial glassworks, Beijing, 1760-1790. 6.82 cm high. HK$220,000-350,000. Photo: Courtesy Bonhams LONDON.- Bonhams will sell 140 snuff bottles from the unique Bloch Collection in Hong Kong on May 28th. This Collection is the World’s largest and finest in private hands, comprising 1720 exceptional examples of these Chinese ‘miniature masterworks’. The auction includes an Imperial enamel-on-copper snuff bottle personally commissioned by the... [Lire la suite]
05 décembre 2009

Vase bouteille. Chine, marque et époque Qianlong, XVIIIe siècle. Monture en bronze doré du XIXe siècle

Vase bouteille. Chine, marque et époque Qianlong, XVIIIe siècle. Monture en bronze doré du XIXe siècle à panse sphérique et haut col évasé, en porcelaine à glaçure pourpre nuancée où se mêlent les émaux bleu et aubergine prenant un aspect flammé au niveau de l'ouverture. L'intérieur est émaillé bleu lavande. Une marque Qianlong en quatre caractères zhuanshu est incisée sur la base. (Très léger fêle à l'ouverture). Haut. vase 40 cm Belle monture en bronze doré du XIXe siècle, comportant une base ajourée de têtes de ruyi et... [Lire la suite]