30 novembre 2011

A Cizhou russet-splashed bowl. Northern Song-Jin dynasty

A Cizhou russet-splashed bowl. Northern Song-Jin dynasty. Photo Bonhams The finely potted bowl of shallow conical form supported on a short foot and gently rising to a flared everted rim, applied with a lustrous black glaze and decorated with vivid russet-brown splashes of varying size, the foot and base unglazed revealing the whitish-brown buff ware. 12cm wide. Sold for HK$75,000 北宋/金 磁州窯黑釉褐斑盌A similar glazed but slightly larger bowl is in the Kwan Collection, previously exhibited in the Hong Kong Museum of Art on... [Lire la suite]

30 novembre 2011

A rare Jizhou 'speckled deer' bowl. Southern Song dynasty

A rare Jizhou 'speckled deer' bowl. Southern Song dynasty. Photo Bonhams Of conical form rising steeply from a short foot, applied with a rich black-brown glaze decorated to the interior with nine rows of concentric pale white and russet spots radiating from the centre, the exterior with russet splashed, the glaze on the exterior falling short of the foot revealing the pale beige buffware.10.9cm diam. Sold for HK$93,750 南宋 吉州窯黑釉鹿斑盌Tea bowls of this design, known in Japan as 'speckled deer' temmoku, are extremely rare. For... [Lire la suite]
30 novembre 2011

An outstanding Cizhou 'partridge feather' bowl. Northern Song-Jin dynasty

An outstanding Cizhou 'partridge feather' bowl. Northern Song-Jin dynasty. Photo Bonhams Of deep conical form, the steep sides springing from a pronounced footrim and flaring to a wide everted rim, applied with a lustrous bluish-black glaze, decorated to the interior with a profusion of russet 'partridge feather' markings of varying size, the underside additionally applied with a rich persimmon slip thinning in areas to reveal the bluish-black slip, the unglazed footring revealing the greyish buff ware. 13cm diam. Sold for... [Lire la suite]
29 novembre 2011

An Yijun stoneware lotus-shaped box and cover. Late Ming dynasty

An Yijun stoneware lotus-shaped box and cover. Late Ming dynasty. Photo Bonhams Of circular form supported on a short tapered foot, naturalistically moulded as a lotus flower with petals radiating out from the centre of the box and cover, covered all over with a pale lavender-blue glaze mottled to a beige-white, the burnt footring revealing the brownish-red body. 6.2cm diam. (2). Sold for HK$100,000 明晚期 紫泥宜均印盒 Provenance 來源:Montague M. Meyer collection, number 404 (affixed label)Mr and Mrs Gerard Hawthorn Collection In... [Lire la suite]
29 novembre 2011

An Yijun lotus-shaped stoneware dish. Wanli

An Yijun lotus-shaped stoneware dish. Wanli. Photo Bonhams The finely potted dish of flattened circular form, gently rising to a crisply moulded edge formed from sixteen pronounced petals, above sixteen sepals at the underside, covered all over with a delicate pale blue glaze suffused with an attractive irregular crackle, the unglazed foot burnt orange-red in the firing.19.9cm diam. Sold for HK$860,000 Mr and Mrs Gerard Hawthorn Collection Note: It is extremely rare to find an Yijun dish of this exceptional high quality.... [Lire la suite]
29 novembre 2011

Ming celadon @ Czerny's

A celadon dish. Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Photo Czerny's Curved body and flat brim, thick and heavy porcelain covered by a celadon green glaze decorated with underglaze geometrical motifs and the centre and floral motifs on the sides. diameter 31.5 cm. Estimate 1500.00 | 1800.00 € A fine celadon vase, Ming period or previous. Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Photo Czerny's Body of globular shape, sloping shoulder ending in a long neck with thick border. Porcelain covered by a thick celadon glaze with thick craquelere.... [Lire la suite]
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24 novembre 2011

Assiette en grès à couverte gris-vert de type Ge. Epoque Qing

Assiette en grès à couverte gris-vert de type Ge. Epoque Qing.  Photo Lafon Castandet dont les craquelures sont soulignées de brun sombre. D. 21,1 cm. Estimation : 2 000 / 3 000 € A Ge-type dish, stoneware with greenish-grey crackled glaze. Qing dynasty Lafon Castandet - Paris. Jeudi 24 novembre 2011 L'art de la céramique chinoise. Une collection parisienne. Drouot Montaigne - Salle Vuillard - 15, av Montaigne -  75008 Paris. Tel.  01 40 15 99 55 - www.lafon-svv.com
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24 novembre 2011

Beau plat en grès à couverte gris-vert de type Ge. Epoque Yongzheng (1723 - 1735).

Beau plat en grès à couverte gris-vert de type Ge. Epoque Yongzheng (1723 - 1735).  Photo Lafon Castandet dont les craquelures sont soulignées de brun sombre. Pernettes métalliques. D. 28 cm. Estimation : 10 000 / 12 000 € A beautiful Ge-type dish, stoneware with green crakled glaze. Qing dynasty, Yongzheng period (1723 - 1735) A l'époque Yongsheng, on a produit des Ge de très grande qualité où apparaissent, sur la base, des marques de pernettes métalliques comme dans le modèle présenté. Qu'il s'agisse de lave-pinceaux, de... [Lire la suite]
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24 novembre 2011

Assiette en grès émaillé céladon, Longquan. Epoque Qing, XIXème siècle

Assiette en grès émaillé céladon, Longquan. Epoque Qing, XIXème siècle. Photo Lafon Castandet l'aile chantournée et à décor incisé de fleurs stylisées sous la couverte. (Petit défaut de cuisson). D. 29 cm.  Cerclée de cuivre. Estimation : 500 / 800 € Green glazed dish, with incised floral design, Longquan ware. Qing dynasty Lafon Castandet - Paris. Jeudi 24 novembre 2011 L'art de la céramique chinoise. Une collection parisienne. Drouot Montaigne - Salle Vuillard - 15, av Montaigne -  75008 Paris. Tel.  01 40... [Lire la suite]
24 novembre 2011

Coupe en grès émaillé de couleur verte, « sugary », Longquan., Epoque Song (960 - 1279). Coupe en grès émaillé de couleur vert

Coupe en grès émaillé de couleur verte, « sugary »,  Longquan., Epoque Song (960 - 1279).  Photo Lafon Castandet à décor moulé de deux poissons stylisés au centre. .D. 19 cm.  Estimation : 2 000 / 3 000 € Carved dish, with green glaze, sugary color, and applied double-fish design, Longquan ware,  Song Dynasty Bibliographie : A rapprocher d'un plat Longquan de couleur verte « sugary », avec un décor identique, conservé dans les collections de la Percival David Foundation et reproduit par SCOTT Rose[SUPPRIMER... [Lire la suite]
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