16 mai 2020

A pair of pewter hexagonal tea caddies and covers, Qing dynasty

Lot 213. A pair of pewter hexagonal tea caddies and covers, Qing dynasty; 10.8cm high. Estimate HK$20,000 - 30,000. Sold for HK$ 27,500 (€ 3,285). Photo Bonhams. Each on three short feet rising to a flat shoulder, the body decorated with stylised shou characters on each panel, the base impressed with a four-character kaishu mark.  Bonham's. Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, Hong Kong, 24 November 2013
Posté par Alain Truong à 18:08 - - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
Tags : , ,

16 mai 2020

An inscribed Yixing stoneware rectangular pewter-cased teapot and cover, Daoguang period, signed Yang Pengnian

Lot 213. An inscribed Yixing stoneware rectangular pewter-cased teapot and cover, Daoguang period, signed Yang Pengnian; 10.2cm high. Estimate HK$40,000 - 60,000. Sold for HK$ 100,000 (€ 11,948). Photo Bonhams. One side incised with a scene of bamboo, the other side incised with both zhuanshu and kaishu inscriptions, with a green jade spout and a greyish-white jade 'C'-shaped handle, the top surmounted by a flat cover and cubic jade finial, the inner base of the teapot impressed with a... [Lire la suite]
16 mai 2020

An inscribed pewter teapot and cover, Daoguang period, signed Dunyuzhai

Lot 212. An inscribed pewter teapot and cover, Daoguang period, signed Dunyuzhai; 5.7cm wide. Estimate HK$50,000 - 80,000. Sold for HK$ 31,250 (€ 3,733). Photo Bonhams. Of oblong cylindrical form with tapering sides rising to a flat top, with an inset jade spout and 'C'-shaped zitan handle, the cover surmounted with a cylindrical jade finial, one side decorated with a landscape scene of willow trees and a boatman rowing sampan amidst mountainous landscapes, the other side featuring a series... [Lire la suite]
Posté par Alain Truong à 17:54 - - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
Tags : , ,
16 mai 2020

An inscribed Yixing stoneware hexagonal pewter-cased teapot and cover, Daoguang period, signed Yang Pengnian

Lot 211. An inscribed Yixing stoneware hexagonal pewter-cased teapot and cover, Daoguang period, signed Yang Pengnian; 10.2cm high. Estimate HK$50,000 - 80,000. Sold for HK$ 100,000 (€ 11,948). Photo Bonhams. The exterior with bamboo and kaishu inscriptions, with a jade spout and a 'C'-shaped handle, the top with a sunken recess surmounted by a flattened cover with a cylindrical green jade knop, the inner base of the teapot impressed with a raised four-character zhuanshu seal... [Lire la suite]
16 mai 2020

A Yixing slip-decorated hexagonal teapot and cover, Qing dynasty

Lot 209. A Yixing slip-decorated hexagonal teapot and cover, Qing dynasty; 8.3cm (3 1/2in) wide. Estimate HK$60,000 - 100,000. Sold for HK$ 75,000 (€ 8,961). Photo Bonhams. The flattened cover surmounted by a six-sided knop flanked, by a 'C'-shaped handle and a pointed spout at the sides, slip-painted with a landscape scene of dwellings above mountain peaks, a pavilion beneath a willow tree and a traveller rowing a sampan, accompanied by a series of kaishu inscription and decorated with... [Lire la suite]
16 mai 2020

A rare pale green jade carving of a horse, Late Ming Dynasty

Lot 55. A rare pale green jade carving of a horse, Late Ming Dynasty; 8.3cm (3 1/2in) wide. Estimate HK$40,000-60,000. Sold for HK$ 212,500 (€ 25,390). Photo Bonhams. Naturalistically carved standing on rockwork, its head extended forward with a hairy mane running down the neck, its bushy tail falling gently at the end, the stone of a pale green tone streaked with russet brown inclusions.  Note: Unlike the more conventional carvings of horses in the Qing dynasty that are depicted in a recumbent... [Lire la suite]

16 mai 2020

A yellow and russet jade carving of a boy, 18th century

Lot 54. A yellow and russet jade carving of a boy, 18th century; 4.5cm (1 3/4in) wide. Estimate HK$40,000-60,000. Sold for HK$ 400,000 (€ 47,793). Photo Bonhams. Carved as a boy lying on his stomach playing qin, his rounded head with a quiff of hair and a joyous facial expression, the two-toned stone with yellow and russet colours.  Bonham's. The Sze Yuan Tang Collection of Chinese Jades, Hong Kong, 5 April 2016
16 mai 2020

A pale brown and white jade carving of a monkey, 18th century

Lot 53. A pale brown and white jade carving of a monkey, 18th century; 5.7cm (2 1/4in) high. Estimate HK$40,000-60,000. Sold for HK$ 600,000 (€ 71,690). Photo Bonhams. The monkey seated scratching its back with a gnarled leafy branch issuing a peach, the stone with a gradual transition of white and russet brown tones.  Provenance : Acquired by the previous owner in Hong Kong, during the 1970sSotheby's Hong Kong, 8 October 2010, lot 2816. Note: Monkey, 猴 hou, is a pun for... [Lire la suite]
16 mai 2020

A very fine white jade 'fishing' pendant, 18th century

Lot 51. A very fine white jade 'fishing' pendant, 18th century; 5.8cm (2 1/4in) high. Estimate HK$600,000-800,000. Sold for HK$ 2,080,000 (€ 248,527). Photo Bonhams. Exquisitely worked on one side with a fisherman seated on the riverbank with rockwork and a pine tree beneath misty clouds, the reverse with a landscape scene featuring a large trunk of a paulownia tree, carved in raised relief on the right with a seven-character kaishu inscription, the stone of a lustrous white tone.  ... [Lire la suite]
16 mai 2020

A huanghuali and burlwood rectangular incense stand, Late Ming dynasty

Lot 110. A huanghuali and burlwood rectangular incense stand, Late Ming dynasty; 81.5 by 56.4 by 45.2 cm., 32 1/8  by 22 1/4  by 17 3/4  in. Estimate 3,800,000 — 5,500,000 HKD. Lot Sold 6,680,000 HKD (767,906 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. the top of standard mitre, mortise, and tenon construction with a flush, tongue-and-grooved, single-board, huamu floating panel supported by two dovetailed transverse braces and an additional cross brace underneath,... [Lire la suite]