Lot 32. A fine and rare silver and jade ewer for the Mongolian market, Qing dynasty (1644 - 1911), Late 19th Century; height 30 cm. Estimate 4 000 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Pear-shaped and inlaid, a jade medallion applied on each side, representing a qilong; ewer's mouth appears from the mouth of makara; a handle shaped as monster on the opposite side; the cover, tied to the ewer with a chain, ends in an elegant jade, carved in a shape of a duck; the item is decorated with corals and turquoises.
Lot 71. A rare porcelain cong vase, Guangxu mark and period (1875-1908), height 27,5 cm. Estimate 6 000 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Of rectangular, archaic shape, with a characteristic ring-foot and circular mouth, with two elephant-shaped handles holding a ring; covered with a polished enamel of the dark, blue-violet color; each facet is well painted with an archaic bronze and its name: 'hanwang zhangzi jiaozun', 'mengjiang zun', 'zhou zisun you' and 'zhou wenwang ding'; stylized floral decorations at the base of the neck. Minor wear and firing defects on the foot and bottom edges.
Lot 55. A fine and rare flambé hu shaped porcelain vase, Qing dynasty (1644-1911); height 32 cm. Estimate 4 000 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Finely modeled in globular shape, with convex and flared neck, placed on a short, cylindrical foot; finely covered with a beautiful enamel which from the ivory border blends in a vibrant red color sprinkled with blue-purple shades; two, tubular, bamboo-shaped handles under the neck; inside the vase, from the opening until the neck the flambé red enamel flames and ends in the rest of the body with a craquelé ivory enamel; the center of the base featuring the seal, six-character, blue, underglaze mark of the Emperor Qianlong. Star-shaped headlines can be seen inside, in the body center there are two, small enamel parts missing in correspondence with the headlines.
Lot 39. A fine sang-de-boeuf porcelain vase, Qing dynasty (1644 - 1911), 19th Century; height 37 cm. Estimate 2 000 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Nicely shaped as a bottle, with globular body and long and narrow neck, covered with red enamel that blends in an ivory color at the end of the external neck (langyao); the base is covered with craquelé enamel.
Lot 76. A beautiful blue and white rouleau vase, Qing dynasty (1644-1911); height 45 cm. Estimate 1 800 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Powder blue background, two frames on the body, magnificently painted with two kirin; two frames on the sides, portraying flowers and antique items; two cartouches on the neck, decorated with a landscape; an underglaze, double circle on the base, with the Luigi Laura Collection label inside.
Lot 104. A famille verte rouleau vase, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 19th century; height 46 cm. Estimate 1 200 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Depicting a scene at the inside of a court hall; depicting three women in a garden at the neck; featuring the apocryphal, six-character, underglaze, blue mark at the inside of a double circle of the Emperor Kangxi.
Lot 150. A big famille verte rouleau vase, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), late 19th century; height 62 cm. Estimate 800 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Shaped as rouleau, painted in the tones of famille verte with a scene of persons in a landscae; a hive-band at the base of the neck; the neck is decorated with persons in a landscape. Two, repaired, breaks on the opening.
Lot 145. A large and rare famille verte porcelain cache-pot, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 19th century; height 33 cm. Estimate 1 200 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Convex and flared neck, concave and curved body and foot bent toward the outside; finely decorated in famille verte tones with a continuous scene: from the inside of a court hall to the garden outside; two, fine handles depicting monsters and painted with polychrome enamels under the border. The external border with a perfectly-restored breakage (5x3 cm).
Lot 194. A big yellow ground bajixiang porcelain moon flask, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), late 19th century; height 49 cm. Estimate 800 €. Courtesy Czerny's
The convex sides are painted in blue on a yellow ground, in the style of Ming of 15th Century, with eight petals containing the bajixiang released from a small band of other petals, surrounding a central protuberance decorated with a flower; the sides are covered with lingzhi mushrooms; foot and neck en suite; the two handles are moulded as symmetrical, curved leaves; on the yellow base is painted in blue the apocryphal, six-character seal mark of the Emperor Yongzheng. A firing defect at the central protuberance and a small chip on the foot.
Lot 68. A fine pair of Pekin glass cups and covers, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 18th-19th century. Estimate 500 €. Courtesy Czerny's
Nicely shaped, with high, ring-shaped foot and flared border, intense blue color. Very small chipping on the borders. height 8,5 cm.
Lot 70. A beautiful pair of Pekin glass cups and saucers, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 18th-19th century. Estimate 800 €. Courtesy Czerny's
The cups nicely shaped, with flare border; the saucers (diameter 18,5 cm) with lobed border, shaped as chrysanthemum. Small chipping on the borders. height 6,5 cm.
Céramiques et Objets d'Art de la Chine chez Czerny's, Sarzana, Italy, le 29 Septembre 2017 à 14h00