22 janvier 2011

A Chinese Longquan celadon glazed shallow bowl. Early Ming dynasty, 15th Century.

A Chinese Longquan celadon glazed shallow bowl. Early Ming dynasty, 15th Century.  Courtesy Marchantwith flat everted rim, carved in the well with three phoenix birds in flight amongst insects, encircled by a continuous scrolling branch of flowering lotus, the exterior with a band of lappets above the foot, covered over all in a rich celadon glaze, the base with a burnt red unglazed ring.; 6 3/8 inches, 16.3cm diameter. Price on request • Formerly in a private Japanese collection. MARCHANT;... [Lire la suite]
03 janvier 2010

Blue & White Kinrande Style Shallow Bowl, 明代 Ming Dynasty, 嘉慶 Jiajing Period (1522-1566)

Blue & White Kinrande Style Shallow Bowl, 明代 Ming Dynasty, 嘉慶 Jiajing Period (1522-1566) A blue and white shallow bowl with a wide everted rim raised on a tall ring foot painted in Kinrande style, the Japanese term meaning gold brocade style, popular during the reign of the Jiajing emperor, Houcong. The cavetto painted in iron red with traces of a gilt floral motif in evidence and beneath the rim a single underglaze blue line border under the iron red pigment. In the well of the bowl a haloed... [Lire la suite]
07 mars 2009

A Cafe-Au-Lait-Glazed Shallow Bowl, Qianlong Mark and Period

A Café-Au-Lait-Glazed Shallow Bowl, Qianlong Mark and Period the gently rounded sides rising from a shallow foot to a lightly flared rim, the body embellished with a raised double bow-string band, the interior and exterior covered with a slightly iridescent cafe-au-lait-glaze of light reddish-brown tone, the base glazed white. diameter 6 5/8 in., 16.8 cm. Estimate 12,000—15,000 USD PROVENANCE: Acquired from a German dealer before 1924.Brought to the United States circa 1934, by Gertrude Morgenroth, Great Neck, New... [Lire la suite]