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Chinese Red Overlay Pink Glass Bottle Vase, Qianlong Mark and of the PeriodEstimate $50,000-70,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

he compressed globular body rising to a tall cylindrical neck, supported on a slightly splayed foot, carved in relief through the transparent red overlay to the raspberry pink ground with a continuous scene of two deer, and crane amongst pine, willow, rockwork and lingzhi, the neck worked with five bats, all between a lappet band at the neck, base with incised four-character Qianlong seal mark within a double square. Height 9 1/4 inches.  

ProvenancePurchased by Sandford Gadient from a Palm Beach Collection 
Formerly in The Collection of Ina & Sandford Gadient 

ExhibitedThe Norton Museum of Art, The Emperor's Orders, November 2011-February 2012 

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Chinese Glass Chrysanthemum Bowl, 19th Century. Estimate $10,000-15,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

The gently rounded sides carved with slender chrysanthemum petals radiating from the center up to the slightly everted scalloped rim, raised on a conforming petal-carved foot. Diameter 7 5/8 inches. 

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Pair of Chinese Red Overlay Glass Covered Jars, 18th-19th Century. Estimate $8,000-12,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

Each of high shouldered ovoid form, carved through the red layer to the opaque yellow ground with shaped cartouches of blossoming branches issuing from rockwork below lappet bands at the neck, the conforming lid with similar floral designs. Height 5 1/2 inches. 

ProvenanceImperial Oriental Art, New York 

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Chinese Sky Blue Glass Vase, Qing DynastyEstimate $7,000-9,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

The globular form supported on a slightly splayed foot and rising to short straight neck, base with incised four-character Qianlong mark within a double square. Height 7 1/4 inches 

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Two Similar Chinese Sky Blue Glass Bottle Vases, Guangxu Mark and of the PeriodEstimate $7,000-9,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

Each of globular form set on a low rounded foot rim rising to a tall cylindrical neck, base with incised four-character Guangxu mark within a square. Height of larger 7 1/8 inches. 

Provenance: Formerly in The Collection of Ina & Sandford Gadient 
Acquired in New York in the late 1990s

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Chinese Amber Glass Bowl, Qing Dynasty. Estimate $5,000-7,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

The steep sloping sides set on a splayed foot and rising to an everted rim, carved in continuous relief with pavilions nestled amid pine and plantain in a mountainous landscape. Diameter 7 1/2 inches. scattered shallow surface scratches, multiple small chips to rim and a few on the exterior. 

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Pair of Chinese Red Overlay Glass Vases, 18th-19th CenturyEstimate: $5,000  - $7,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

Each baluster form set on a spread foot and rising to a tall flared neck, carved through the ruby red layer to the snowflake suffused ground with magpie perched on blossoming plum branches. Height 6 3/4 inches.

ProvenanceFormerly in The Collection of Ina & Sandford Gadient 

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Chinese Yellow Glass Charger, 19th Century. Estimate: $4,000  - $6,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

The foliate form with flat everted barbed rim above vertical radiating lappets raised on a low round foot. Diameter 11 3/4 inches. 

ProvenanceFormerly in The Collection of Ina & Sandford Gadient 
Acquired in New York in the late 1990s 

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Chinese Green Sandwiched Glass Bottle Vase, 19th CenturyEstimate: $2,000  - $3,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

The compressed globular body rising to a tall cylindrical neck supported on a round tapering foot, the emerald green color with areas of darker green marbling. Height 9 3/4 inches.

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Pair of Chinese Aubergine Glass Bowls, 19th Century. Estimate: $2,000  - $3,0002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc 

Each with deep rounded sides rising from a straight foot to an everted rim, the exterior etched with two shaped cartouches, one depicting a deer beneath pine, the other with a crane amidst pine, reserved on a diaper ground. Diameter 6 1/4 inches. 

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Pair of Chinese Yellow Glass Bowls, 19th Century. Estimate $1,500-2,500. 2015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

Each with lobed sides set on a round straight foot, rising to an everted flat foliate form rim, the glass an opaque deep yellow. Height 2 1/8 inches. Scattered light surface scratches, a few pinholes and a few minute chips. 

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Chinese Red Overlay Glass Bowl, 19th Century. Estimate $1,000-1,5002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

The gently flared sides rising from a straight foot rim to the everted rim carved on the exterior through the red overlay to the opaque white ground in a honeycomb pattern with three bands of multiple facets in parallel. Diameter 6 1/4 inches. Shallow light surface scratches, a few small chips to the exterior. A few small burst bubbles. 

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Chinese Yellow Glass Bowl, 19th Century. Estimate $1,000-1,5002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

The deep rounded sides set on a low foot, rising to an everted rim, carved on the exterior with shaped cartouches of birds and blossoming branches, all reserved on an etched diaper ground. Diameter 6 1/2 inches. Chip on the mouth rim approximately 1/4 inches in length, a few small burst bubbles and imperfections from fireing. 

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Chinese Red Glass Water Pot, Qing Dynasty. Estimate $800-1,2002015 © William Doyle Galleries, Inc

The alms form carved in relief with a continuous scene of blossoming prunus. Height 2 inches. 

Doyle New York, Asian Works of Art, Monday, March 16, 2015 at 10am