27 décembre 2013

Two yingqing bowls with underglaze decoration, Song-Yuan dynasty. Photo Bonhams.

Two yingqing bowls with underglaze decoration, Song-Yuan dynasty. Photo Bonhams. The first of mallow shape with six lobes to the flared rim, the interior well carved and combed with a dissolved leaf spray pattern beneath a pale blue green glaze covering all surfaces except the foot pad and very shallow recessed base (glaze degraded, stained); the second molded in imitation of Ding ware with an unglazed rim, the shallow curving well impressed with a leiwen border around phoenix and floral motifs, the pale blue-green glaze... [Lire la suite]
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27 décembre 2013

A Longquan celadon deep dish, Ming dynasty.

A Longquan celadon deep dish, Ming dynasty. Photo Bonhams. Thickly potted and finished with a scalloped edge to the wide rim flange, the curving interior walls incised with a dissolved flowering branch pattern and the floor of the well with a flowering ranch set within a quatrefoil reserve, the exterior walls molded with recessed flower petals and all surfaces except a cinnamon-burnt firing ring on the recessed base covered with an olive green glaze (glaze abraded). 13 1/2in (34.5cm) diameter. Sold for US$ 3,125 (€2,283) ... [Lire la suite]
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27 décembre 2013

A Longquan celadon glazed archaistic vase, Ming dynasty

A Longquan celadon glazed archaistic vase, Ming dynasty. Photo Bonhams. Molded with a barbed edge to the rim, conforming ribs to the walls of the trumpet neck and the flaring foot divided by a bulbous mid-section incised with a coiled silkworm pattern visible beneath the pale gray-green glaze applied to all surfaces except the pad of the set-in foot ring (small firing imperfections). 7 1/2in (19cm) high. Sold for US$ 2,750 (€2,009) Bonhams. ASIAN DECORATIVE ARTS. San Francisco. 18 Dec 2013 -www.bonhams.com
27 décembre 2013

A fine green glazed Junyao bowl, Jin-Yuan dynasty

A fine green glazed Junyao bowl, Jin-Yuan dynasty. Photo Bonhams. Modeled with a slight inward curve to the rim on the swelling walls of the wide well supported on a tall foot, the olive green glaze covering the interior surface except fora circular gap at the center and continuing onto the exterior walls where it ends unevenly around the foot area, exposing the grayish-buff fabric also seen on the foot ring of uneven width and the recessed base (glaze worn). 4 1/4in (11cm) diameter. Estimate US$ 2,000 - 3,000 (€1,500 -... [Lire la suite]
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27 décembre 2013

A black glazed bowl with russet markings, Jin dynasty

A black glazed bowl with russet markings, Jin dynasty. Photo Bonhams. Potted with an upright edge to the indented lip visible on the exterior walls, the wide curving well displaying five streaks of rust-colored iron oxide on the black slip glaze that continues on the exterior walls, ending in uneven welts to expose a grayish-buff colored fabric on the lower walls, wide foot ring and recessed base (rim repaired and repainted). 6 3/4in (17cm) diameter. Sold for US$ 750 (€548)  Bonhams. ASIAN DECORATIVE ARTS. San Francisco.... [Lire la suite]
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27 décembre 2013

A Yaozhou celadon bowl, Song dynasty

A Yaozhou celadon bowl, Song dynasty. Photo Bonhams. Thinly molded with a slightly flared rim to the body of inverted bell form carved on the exterior walls with overlapping bands of lotus petals, the pale olive green glaze applied to all surfaces except the foot pad but burnt a soft cinnamon brown where thinly applied to the deeply recessed base. 5 1/2in (14cm) diameter. Estimate US$ 2,000 - 3,000 (€1,500 - 2,200). UnsoldBonhams. ASIAN DECORATIVE ARTS. San Francisco. 18 Dec 2013 -www.bonhams.com
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27 décembre 2013

A small Longquan celadon glazed mallet-shaped vase, Southern Song dynasty

A small Longquan celadon glazed mallet-shaped vase, Southern Song dynasty. Photo Bonhams. Potted with a dish-shaped mouth, now repaired and covered by a gilt metal collar, cylindrical neck, canted shoulder and walls tapering slightly toward the foot and recessed base, the gray-green glaze covering all surfaces except the foot pad (losses, cracks). 6 1/4in (16cm) high. Sold for US$ 16,250 (€11,875)Provenance: Oskar Gerson Collection, acquired during the 1920's-1930's, Germany, and thence by descentMany examples of the mallet form... [Lire la suite]
25 décembre 2013

Northern black glazed russet splashed pear shaped vase. China, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty, 12th-early 13th century

Northern black glazed russet splashed pear shaped vase. China, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty, 12th-early 13th century. Photo courtesy Andrew Kahane, Ltd. Height: 13 inches (32.8 cm). Andrew Kahane, Ltd. Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art. The Mark, 25 East 77th Street, New York 10075. T (212) 861 5001 - kahaneasia@aol.com - www.artasianappraisers.com. Asia Week New York. A Celebration of Asian Art. MARCH 14–22, 2014
25 décembre 2013

Longquan celadon lotus bowl. China, Southern Song Dynasty, late 12th-13th century

Longquan celadon lotus bowl. China, Southern Song Dynasty, late 12th-13th century. Photo courtesy Andrew Kahane, Ltd. Diameter: 6.5 inches (16.5 cm).Andrew Kahane, Ltd. Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art. The Mark, 25 East 77th Street, New York 10075. T (212) 861 5001 - kahaneasia@aol.com -www.artasianappraisers.com. Asia Week New York. A Celebration of Asian Art. MARCH 14–22, 2014
25 décembre 2013

Meiping. China, 13th century

Meiping. China, 13th century. Photo courtesy Andrew Kahane, Ltd. Glazed stoneware. Height: 12.5 inches (30 cm). Andrew Kahane, Ltd. Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art. The Mark, 25 East 77th Street, New York 10075. T (212) 861 5001 - kahaneasia@aol.com - www.artasianappraisers.com. Asia Week New York. A Celebration of Asian Art. MARCH 14–22, 2014
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