04 janvier 2011

Waterpot in the form of a large open lotus-leaf with curled edge, Yuan dynasty, circa 1300.

Waterpot in the form of a large open lotus-leaf with curled edge, Yuan dynasty, circa 1300. photo Marchantand further branches of lotus leaves, arrow head, flower and bud tied to form the handle, supporting another lotus leaf, which could act as a shallow brushwasher, three of the branches and the brown lotus leaf on the underside forming a footrim, the stone white with brown, russet and natural markings. 7/8 inches, 14.9cm long, 2 ¼ inches, 5.8cm high. Price on application Formerly in a private English collection,... [Lire la suite]
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15 mai 2010

Waterpots @ Bonhams. Fine Chinese Art, 13 May 2010. New Bond Street

A rare pale green jade waterpot and cover, 18th century. photo Bonhams The square vessel rising to the slanted shoulders and rectangular opening, superbly carved with a chilong dragon clambering over the side in pursuit of the flaming pearl atop the cover and with further two chilongs emerging from the crested crashing waves, the underside carved with swirling waves, the stone of a pale green tone with minor russet inclusions to the underside, wood stand. 12cm wide. (3). Sold for £45,600 A blue-glazed waterpot, 16th... [Lire la suite]
20 mars 2010

Kangxi mark and period monochromes @ Sotheby's, Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art, 23 Mar 2010.,New York

A 'peachbloom' beehive waterpot. Kangxi mark and period. photo Sotheby's finely incised around the exterior with three archaistic dragon roundels, covered overall in a peachbloom glaze of varying mottled red tones, ivory stand (2) - diameter 4 7/8 in., 12.5 cm - Estimate 8,000 - 10,000 USD PROVENANCE: Sotheby's New York, 11th September 2005, lot 771. Roger Keverne, London, 2006. NOTES: Waterpots of this form, which are known as Taibo zun after the Tang dynasty poet Li Taibo, who is often depicted leaning against a... [Lire la suite]
22 mai 2009

Chinese coral-glazed ceramics, 18th century from Christie's Belgravia and Lake Geneva Two European Collection

A chinese coral-glazed bowl , 18th century With lines of calligraphy advising on the art of drinking, the white glazed interior with famille rose flower sprays, with wood stand4 in. (10.2 cm.) diam. Est. £800 - £1,200 - Price Realized £813 A chinese coral-glazed dish and a similar bowl , 18th century The dish with Chenghua six character underglazed blue mark to base; and a bowl, with wood stands. The dish - 6¼ in. (15.8 cm.) diam. (2). Est. £500 - £800 - Price Realized £1,063 A chinese coral-glazed bowl , 18th... [Lire la suite]
19 mai 2009

A robin's-egg-glazed waterpot, 18th/19th century

A robin's-egg-glazed waterpot, 18th/19th century Of square form with canted corners, the rounded sides rising to a straight upright rim, applied with a moulded gui dragon to one corner, the waterpot covered with a speckled robin's-egg glaze, the base and interior turquoise. 6.3cm (2½in) wide. Estimate: £1,500 - 2,000 - Unsold. Bonhams. Fine Chinese Art, 14 May 2009. New Bond Street www.bonhams.com
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19 mai 2009

A 'Guanyao-type' waterpot, Qing Dynasty

A 'Guanyao-type' waterpot, Qing Dynasty The flattened shoulders rising to a short mouth, covered overall with a greenish-grey glaze with a dark crackle and a paler, golden secondary crackle. 7.4cm (3in) diam. Sold for £9,000 Provenance: Mr and Mrs Alfred Clark, no.564.Sold at Sotheby's London, Catalogue of Important Chinese Ceramics: The Property of Mrs Alfred Clark, 25 March 1975, lot 115. Bonhams. Fine Chinese Art, 14 May 2009. New Bond Street www.bonhams.com
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