A very rare pair of green-glazed incised porcelain bowls, China, underglaze blue Jiaqing seal marks and period





Lot 580. A very rare pair of green-glazed incised porcelain bowls, China, underglaze blue Jiaqing seal marks and periodEstimate 30.000/50.000 €. Lot sold 45.000 €. © 2015 Nagel Auctions

the deep, rounded sides incised with four stylized flowerheads separated by cloud scrolls and set between a band of petal lappets below and a double line border above, the center of the interior with a similar flowerhead within a double circle, all beneath a glaze of intense green color, the base glazed white, six-character seal mark in underglaze blue - D. 11,8 cm - Good condition

Notes: For a similar pair of yellow-glazed bowls see Sotheby's Hong Kong, 8.10.2013, Lot 3025

A fine pair of yellow-glazed bowls, seal marks and period of Jiaqing

A fine pair of yellow-glazed bowls, seal marks and period of Jiaqing, sold 53,541 € at Sotheby's Hong Kong, 8.10.2013, Lot 3025. Photo Sotheby's


For a Yellow-glazed bowl of that type from the Kangxi reign see Margaret Medley, Illustrated Catalogue of Ming and Ch'ing Monochromes, London, 1973, cat. no. A599; and another from the Kostolany collection was included in the Oriental Ceramics Society exhibition Monochrome Porcelain of the Ming and Manchu Dynasties, London, 1948, cat. no. 188

Nagel. "Asian Art", 07/12/2015