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Lot 342. An inscribed red lacquer 'chrysanthemum' tea bowl and cover, Qianlong four-character seal marks and of the period, the inscription dated spring 1776; 10.3cm diam. Estimate HK$200,000 - 300,000Sold for HK$ 1,072,000 (€ 113,078)© Bonhams 2001-2018 

Supported on a splayed circular foot, the wide body curved upwards to a flared rim, the domed cover with a circular knop, decorated with raised vertical petals, all lacquered in brilliant red, the tip of the cover and the base of the bowl each with a gilt four-character Imperial zhuanshu seal mark, the central cartouches within lacquered black, the cover gilt with a dated kaishu inscription.

Note: Compare an identical lacquer chrysanthemum-shaped tea bowl and cover also gilt-decorated with two Qianlong four-character marks and an inscribed Imperial poem, in the Qing Court Collection in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in Lacquer Wares of the Yuan and Ming Dynasties. The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum, Hong Kong, 2006, pp.215, no.164. See also another identical pair in the Shanghai Museum, illustrated in Qingdai Ciqi Shangjian, Hong Kong, 1994, p.167, no.217.
Bonhams. FINE CHINESE CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART, 24 Nov 2013, 14:00 HKT, HONG KONG, ADMIRALTY