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31 mai 2020

A pair of Iznik style Porcelain Ewers, possibly by Samson, France, 19th Century

Lot 104. A pair of Iznik style Porcelain Ewers, possibly by Samson, France, 19th Century; 37 cm. Estimate: £ 2,000 - 3,000 (€ 2,200 - 3,300). Courtesy Bonhams. of pyriform with flaring necks and torus mouldings, on splayed feet with strap handles and tapering spouts, domed hinged lids with bud finials, decorated in raised-red, cobalt-blue, green and black outline on a white ground with cypresses flanked by prunus branches, saz leaves and roses to the bodies, the necks and spouts with other floral... [Lire la suite]
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31 mai 2020

A Cantagalli Iznik Damascus style water bottle (surahi), Italy, late 19th Century

Lot 103. A Cantagalli Iznik Damascus style water bottle (surahi), Italy, late 19th Century; 28 cm. high. Estimate: £ 2,000 - 3,000 (€ 2,200 - 3,300). Courtesy Bonhams. of piriform with long flaring neck on a short foot, decorated underglaze in green, cobalt blue and black on a white ground with tulips issuing from single cintamani motifs, Cantagalli cockerel mark to base and further mark reading 'Firenze/ITALY'. Note: For a similar example sold at Christie's, see Arts & Textiles of the... [Lire la suite]
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31 mai 2020

A large Cantagalli Iznik style pottery dish, Italy, 19th Century

Lot 102. A large Cantagalli Iznik style pottery dish, Italy, 19th Century; 29 cm. diam. Estimate: £ 2,000 - 3,000 (€ 2,200 - 3,300). Courtesy Bonhams. of deep form with scallloped rim decorated in cobalt blue, green, raised-red and black on a white ground with a central saz leaf surrounded by tulips and roses, the rim with rock and wave design, Cantagalli cockerel mark to base. Bonhams. Islamic and Indian Art, London, New Bond Street, 11 June 2020, 11:00 BST
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31 mai 2020

An Iznik Pottery Dish, Turkey, 16th Century

Lot 101. An Iznik Pottery Dish, Turkey, 16th Century; 29 cm. diam. Estimate: £ 4,000 - 6,000 (€ 4,400 - 6,700). Courtesy Bonhams. of shallow rounded form on short foot, decorated in raised red, cobalt-blue and green with black outline on a white background with a central lobed medallion, filled with an interlace of split palmettes, the medallion terminating in trefoil motifs, flanked by two branches of hyacinths, issuing from a leafy tuft, the border with rock and wave design, the reverse with a band of floral... [Lire la suite]
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31 mai 2020

An Iznik Pottery Tile, Turkey, 17th Century

Lot 100. An Iznik Pottery Tile, Turkey, 17th Century; 24 x 24.5 cm. max. Estimate: £ 2,000 - 3,000 (€ 2,200 - 3,300). Courtesy Bonhams. of square form, decorated in raised-red, cobalt blue, and green on a white ground with tulips, carnations and other flowers within a partial cartouche, all on a ground of lotuses and other flowers, framed, the frame inscribed Catelle persanne provenant d'une mosquée rapportée par le peintre Ch. Ed. Dubois 1885, 'Persian tile from a mosque brought back by the painter Ch.... [Lire la suite]
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31 mai 2020

An Ottoman cuerda seca pottery Tile, Probably Bursa, early 15th Century

Lot 99. An Ottoman cuerda seca pottery Tile, Probably Bursa, early 15th Century; 33.5 x 15.9 cm. max. Estimate: £ 3,000 - 4,000 (€ 3,300 - 4,400). Courtesy Bonhams. of rectangular form, decorated in white, cobalt blue, turquoise and manganese with black outline, with interlaced undulating floral vines and split palmette motifs forming cartouches containing palmettes. Bonhams. Islamic and Indian Art, London, New Bond Street, 11 June 2020, 11:00 BST

31 mai 2020

A jade 'mask' 'fish' pendant, probably Neolithic period, Liangzhu period (3400–2250 BC)

Lot 5087. A jade 'mask' 'fish' pendant, probably Neolithic period, Liangzhu period (3400–2250 BC); 7.6 cm, 3 in. Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 HKD. Sold for 25,000 HKD (2,958 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. worked in the form of a fish with circular eyes and picked out with a meticulously incised curved band dividing the eyes and the body, the exquisite incisions echoed on one side of the fish's body with a stylised monster face accentuated with well-defined eyes enclosing circular... [Lire la suite]
31 mai 2020

A bamboo root washer, Qing dynasty, 18th–19th century

Lot 5083. A bamboo root washer, Qing dynasty, 18th–19th century; 15 cm, 6  in. Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 HKD. Sold for 25,000 HKD (2,958 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. the irregular heart-shaped vessel conforming with the natural form of the root, the exterior with clusters of dense textured burls and a knop on one side, the interior decorated in red, the tip of the underside inscribed with a two-character seal mark reading Yuan Mei, the exterior well patinated to a... [Lire la suite]
31 mai 2020

A rare burlwood snuff bottle, Qing dynasty, late 18th century

Lot 5059. A rare burlwood snuff bottle, Qing dynasty, late 18th century; overall h. 7 cm, 2 3/4  in. Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 HKD. Sold for 25,000 HKD (2,958 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. skilfully hollowed from a naturally formed gnarled section of burl, the vessel carved with a flat rim and resting on a short oval footring, the surface covered with knots of varying sizes and echoed on the stopper similarly carved from the same piece of burl, the bottle and... [Lire la suite]
31 mai 2020

A rare Yaozhou persimmon-glazed vase, Song dynasty (960-1279)

Lot 5034. A rare Yaozhou persimmon-glazed vase, Song dynasty (960-1279); 8.3 to 14 cm, 3 1/4  to 5 1/2  in. Estimate 20,000 — 25,000 HKD. Sold for 25,000 HKD (2,958 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. the ovoid body rising from a short splayed foot to an angled shoulder and a tall ribbed trumpet neck below an everted rim, covered overall in a russet-brown glaze falling short of the foot to reveal the buff body, Japanese wood box. Provenance:  Acquired from... [Lire la suite]