15 mai 2020

A rare yellow and brown archaistic jade bowl, Qianlong period (1736-1795)

Lot 50. A rare yellow and brown archaistic jade bowl, Qianlong period (1736-1795); 11.2cm (4 3/8in) diam. Estimate HK$400,000-600,000. Sold for HK$ 687,500 (€ 82,145). Photo Bonhams. Well-hollowed with rounded sides flaring from a gently splayed foot to an everted rim, the exterior carved with a continuous band of raised bosses and incised lines forming 'S'-shaped patterns, between two raised bands alternatively of twisted ropes and 'C'-scroll border above the foot, the semi-translucent stone of... [Lire la suite]

15 mai 2020

A pale green jade archaistic ear cup, 17th-18th century

Lot 49. A pale green jade archaistic ear cup, 17th-18th century; 11.5cm (4 1/2in) long. Estimate HK$120,000-150,000. Sold for HK$ 162,500 (€ 19,416). Photo Bonhams. Raised on a narrow short foot with a pair of elongated 'ear' handles pierced with small paisley-shaped apertures, the sides below the mouth rim carved with a band of lingzhi on a cross-hatched ground, the stone of a yellow-green tone with faint russet inclusions.  Note: Ear cups were first produced in lacquer during... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2020

A small green jade ribbed tripod incense burner, lian, Song-Ming Dynasty

Lot 48. A small green jade ribbed tripod incense burner, lian, Song-Ming Dynasty; 6cm (2 3/8in) diam. Estimate HK$100,000-150,000. Sold for HK$ 1,360,000 (€ 162,498). Photo Bonhams. The cylindrical body raised on three short ruyi-shaped feet, decorated with six ribs encircling the body, the stone of yellowish-green tone with calcified patches of opaque brown and buff.  Note: The form of the present lot derives from gilt-bronze tripod circular incense burners of the Eastern Han period. An... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2020

A huanghuali and boxwood two-tiered carry box, Late Ming-Early Qing dynasty

Lot 105. A huanghuali and boxwood two-tiered carry box, Late Ming-Early Qing dynasty; 94 by 61.1 by 46 cm., 37 by 24 by 18 1/8  in. Estimate 380,000 — 550,000. Lot Sold 1,500,000 HKD (172,434 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. the base of the carry box comprising a rectangular frame connected by two transverse stretchers, each short side with an openwork spandrelled upright rising from the base frame to meet the arch-shaped handle, the spandrels carved... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2020

A pair of huanghuali continuous horseshoe-back armchairs, Late Ming dynasty

Lot 104. A pair of huanghuali continuous horseshoe-back armchairs, Late Ming dynasty; 94 by 61.1 by 46 cm., 37 by 24 by 18 1/8  in. Estimate 1,300,000 — 2,500,000. Lot Sold 2,360,000 HKD (1,002,416 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. each horseshoe-shaped arm of three sections joined by overlapping pressure-pegged scarf joins, the posts and stiles mortised and tennoned into the arm and extending through the seat frame as legs, two round curved stretchers tongue-and-grooved into... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2020

A huanghuali folding kang table, Late Ming dynasty

Lot 103. A huanghuali folding kang table, Late Ming dynasty; 25.8 by 85 by 41.7 cm., 10 1/8  by 33 1/2  by 16 3/8  in. Estimate 1,300,000 — 2,500,000. Lot Sold 2,360,000 HKD (271,296 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. the lip-edged top of standard mitre, mortise and tenon construction with a flush, tongue-and-grooved floating panel supported by three dovetailed transverse stretchers, two with exposed tenons, the short sides of the frame top with exposed tenons, the deep... [Lire la suite]

15 mai 2020

A huanghuali square stool with s-braces, Late Ming-Early Qing dynasty

Lot 102. A huanghuali square stool with s-braces, Late Ming-Early Qing dynasty; 44.2 by 40.7 by 40.5 cm., 17 3/8  by 16 by 15 7/8  in. Estimate 900,000 — 1,500,000. Lot Sold 3,440,000 HKD (395,448 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. proportionally constructed with thumb-moulded structural members, the frame top comprising four stretchers with line mouldings, weijiaoxian, on the edges and with rounded corners, the legs similarly decorated with moulded edges and... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2020

A huanghuali and green stone Chajiansun recessed leg wine table, Late Ming dynasty

Lot 101. A huanghuali and green stone Chajiansun recessed leg wine table, Late Ming dynasty; 83 by 106 by 54 cm., 32 5/8  by 41 3/4  by 21 1/4  in. Estimate 9,000,000 - 15,000,000. Lot Sold 25,280,000 HKD (2,906,086 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. the frame top of standard mitre, mortise and tenon construction with a figured green stone top supported by a lacquered board panel with three dovetailed stretchers underneath, the frame with exposed tenons on the short sides, the edge of the... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2020

Yixing stoneware from the Mr and Mrs Gerard Hawthorn collection sold at Bonhams, Hong Kong, 24 November 2013

Lot 201. An Yixing stoneware jar and a cover, Late Ming dynasty-early Qing dynasty; 10.5cm high. Estimate HK$ 8,000 - 12,000. Sold for HK$ 10,000 (€ 1,195). Photo courtesy Bonhams. Of waisted globular form, the slightly splayed foot resting on a raised foot, the stoneware of a rich mottled purplish-brown, the associated cover of elegant domed form, the base with a square prunus mark.  Note: A related Yixing stoneware jar dated to the Ming dynasty, excavated at Taizhou, Jiangsu in... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2020

Seven lac burgauté square trays, Kangxi period (1662-1722)

Lot 343. Seven lac burgauté square trays, Kangxi period (1662-1722); 10.6cm wide. Estimate HK$ 60,000 - 80,000. Sold for HK$ 75,000 (€ 8,966). Photo courtesy Bonhams. Each beautifully decorated with mother-of-pearl inlay on a black lacquer ground, depicting various scenes including a farmer and his water buffalo in the rice fields, ladies drying tea leaves, a farmer passing by an elder with children by a pavilion, farmers watering their rice fields, a scholar and attendant viewing a waterfall from a... [Lire la suite]
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