27 mai 2011

A Dehua tripod incense burner, ding. Late Ming dynasty

A Dehua tripod incense burner, ding. Late Ming dynasty. Photo Bonhams Raised on three slim and tall cylindrical feet, the bulbous body moulded in lower relief with a frieze of keyfret scrolls set between a pair of bow-string borders, a pair of bail handles flanked each sides at the rim, the base with four-character maker's mark 'linjie shengzhi', all on white glaze of ivory tone. 14.5cm high. Sold for HK$42,000 晚明 德化白仿古高足鼎 A similar incense burner is illustrated in Blanc de Chine, S.Marchant & Son, London, 2006, no.71;... [Lire la suite]
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30 mai 2010

A pale green glazed tripod incense burner. Late 14th / Early 15th Century

A pale green glazed tripod incense burner. Late 14th / Early 15th Century. photo Bonhams The straight sides rising from three cabriole feet and moulded around the exterior with the eight trigrams, bagua, amidst foliate scrolls, enclosed by two raised bands, with cloud scrolls below the flattened rim, covered all over with a 'kinuta' glaze, stopping short of the circular aperture at the base to reveal the porcelain body burnt orange during firing, zitan stand. 24.2cm diam.(9.5in) wide. Estimate: HK$150,000 - 250,000, USD 19,000... [Lire la suite]