A 'Cizhou' 'Juluxian' vase, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127)

Lot 712. A 'Cizhou' 'Juluxian' vase, Northern Song dynasty (960-1126). Height 12 1/4  in., 31.1 cmEstimate 20,000 — 30,000 USDLot Sold 17,500 USD. © Sotheby's.

of baluster form, the ovoid body sweeping to a tall flared neck and rolled rim, the exterior covered in a thin layer of creamy-white slip beneath an ivory tinted translucent glaze suffused with a fine pale russet craquelure, the glaze continuing inside the rim and stopping unevenly above the foot exposing the grayish-buff colored body.

Provenance: Collection of Russell M. Tyson (1867-1963).
Gifted to the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, in 1946 (acc. no. 1946.939).

Note: A nearly identical vase, formerly in the Toguri Museum of Art, Tokyo, was sold in our London rooms, 9th June 2004 lot 56 and again, as part of the Linyushanren Collection at Christie's New York, 22nd March 2018, lot 512.

A large Cizhou white-glazed baluster vase, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127)

Formerly in the Toguri Museum of Art, Tokyo, and from the Linyushanren Collection. A large Cizhou white-glazed baluster vase, Northern Song dynasty (960-1126); 12 in. (30.5 cm.) high. Estimate USD 50,000 - USD 70,000Price realised USD 100,000 at Christie's New York, 22nd March 2018, lot 512© Christie's Images Ltd 2018

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Sotheby's. Important Chinese Art, New York, 11 september 2019

50,000 - USD 70,000