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20 mars 2020

A very rare imperial lemon-yellow fluted glass vase, Yongzheng incised four-character mark and of the period (1723-1735)

A very rare imperial lemon-yellow fluted glass vase, Yongzheng incised four-character mark within double squares and of the period (1723-1735)

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Lot 3406. A very rare imperial lemon-yellow fluted glass vase, Yongzheng incised four-character mark within double squares and of the period (1723-1735); 5 1/2 in. (14 cm.) highEstimate HKD 600,000 - HKD 800,000Price Realized HKD 750,000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2013

The vase has a pear-shaped body standing on a high foot and with a long, slightly tapered neck. It is fluted into eight facets and has an even bright lemon-yellow tone. The base is incised with the reign mark.

Provenance: A French private collection.

Note: Compare to an Imperial yellow glass vase, also bearing a Yongzheng mark, in the collection of Andrew K. F. Lee and illustrated in Elegance and Radiance, Hong Kong, 2000, no. 15, p. 112. Compare also to a Qinanlong-marked example from the Franz Collection, illustrated in Pure Brightness Shines Everywhere, The Glass of China, 2003, p. 76, pl. 9.1.

Christie'sImportant Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art (Including The Su Zhu An Collection of Inkstones)Hong Kong, 27 November 2013

 

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