29 avril 2011

An exquisite Peach-shaped Guan-Type brush washer. Mark and period of Yongzheng

An exquisite Peach-shaped Guan-Type brush washer. Mark and period of Yongzheng. Photo Sotheby's the asymetrical shallow bowl forming the outline of a peach with unevenly furled sides, the handle formed from a gnarled tree branch set with a plump peach, a lingzhi and curled leaves, all beneath an opaque milky blue-green glaze with faint crackles, thinning at the edges of the leaves and branches to reveal a dark body, fired on four spurs revealing the porcelain body beneath, the underside modelled with a shallow groove... [Lire la suite]
29 avril 2011

A Guan-type Double-Gourd Bottje Vase. Mark and period of Yongzheng

A Guan-type Double-Gourd Bottje Vase. Mark and period of Yongzheng. Photo Sotheby's the globular lower bulb rising to a smaller ovoid bulb splitting into three slender necks, the two bulbs indented with three deep furrows, dividing the vessel into three lobes, covered overall in an opaque light greyish-green glaze suffused with a network of crackles stained light brown, all supported on the low trefoil foot covered with a dark brown wash, the base inscribed with a six-character reign mark in underglaze blue; 20.8 cm., 8 1/8 in.... [Lire la suite]
04 avril 2011

An unusual 'Guan'-type vase. Yongzheng mark and period

An unusual 'Guan'-type vase. Yongzheng mark and period. Photo Sotheby's the spherical body with a convex base, the interior fitted with a cylindrical tube, covered inside and out with a thick and finely crackled pale blue glaze, with a six-character Yongzheng mark in underglaze-blue below the mouth. diameter 5 3/4 in.,14.6 cm; Estimate 3,000—4,000 USD. Lot Sold 194,500 US Sotheby's. Informing the Eye of the Collector: Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art from J.T. Tai & Co. 22 Mar 11. New York www..sothebys.com
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07 septembre 2010

Qing monochromes @ Bonhams, Chinese & other Asian Works of Art, 8 Sep 2010, Knightsbridge

A Ge-type mallet vase. 18th century © 2002-2010 Bonhams 1793 Ltd The cylindrical body with high sloping shoulders and a tall cylindrical neck rising to the lipped rim, covered overall with a dense greenish network of pale and dark crackles imitating the Song Dynasty Geyao glaze stopping short of the rim and foot ring; 16.8cm (6⅝in) high.- Estimate: £800 - 1,200, € 970 - 1,400, HK$ 9,900 - 15,000 A pair of Guan-type foliate dishes. 18th century © 2002-2010 Bonhams 1793 Ltd Each dish modelled with gently curved lobed... [Lire la suite]
22 novembre 2009

A collection of chinese monochromes, Qianlong, Yongzheng, Daoguang & Qing dynasty @ Christie's Hong Kong on december 2009

A fine and extremely rare 'black' teadust glazed vase. Qianlong incised six-character sealmark and of the period (1736-1795). Image 2009 Christie's Ltd Of archaic bronze form, the ovoid body flanked by a pair of ribbed 'C'-shaped handles surmounted by ruyi heads, between a pair of raised flanges at the shoulder, the flared neck and splayed foot each encircled with four further relief moulded flanges, covered overall in an even lush unctuous glaze of deep, moss-green tone - 13 in. (32.5 cm.) high, stand, three Japanese wood... [Lire la suite]
03 octobre 2009

A collection of monochrome porcelains sold @ Christie's New York

A group of three Chinese guan-type vessels comprising a pale bluish-green crackle-glazed large mallet vase, Qing dynasty; a crackle-glazed pear-shaped ewer, possibly 18th century; a crackled bluish-green-glazed pear-shaped small vase; together with a pale brown crackle-glazed octagonal cup; the pale bluish-green crackle-glazed vase 8in. (20.4cm.) high (12) - Est. $1,200 - $1,800 - Price Realized $42,500 A small Chinese pottery ma jun wine cup, Yuan Ming dynasty (1279-1644) The cup 2in. (5cm.) diameter (2) - Est. $300... [Lire la suite]