06 mai 2020

A famille rose yellow-ground ‘boys’ twin-handled vase, 20th century

Lot 83. A famille rose yellow-ground ‘boys’ twin-handled vase, 20th century; 14 in. (36 cm.) high. Estimate: HKD 30,000 - HKD 50,000 (EUR 3,069 - EUR 5,115). Price Realised: HKD 40,000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2020. The base has an apocryphal Qianlong seal mark in iron-red. Christie's. Pavilion Online: Chinese Art. Online, 21 - 28 April 2020
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15 mars 2020

Beaker with handles and Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1723-24

Lot 1064. Beaker with handles and Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1723-24. Painted in the workshop of Johann Gregorius Höroldt. H 8 cm. Estimate 500 / 700 (€ 440 / 610). © Koller Gilt handles. Enamel blue sword mark and gold number 8. Provenance:- Collection Friedrich von Tscharner (1868–1952), Berne.- By succession, Swiss private collection. Koller. Furniture, Porcelain & Silver - Thursday, 26. March 2020, 02.00 PM
15 mars 2020

Bowl with Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1723

Lot 1063. Bowl  with Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1723. Painted in the workshop of Johann Gregorius Höroldt and Johann Ehrenfried Stadler. D 17.5 cm. Estimate 3 000 / 5 000 (€ 2 630 / 4 390). © Koller Painted with chinoiserie scenes on grass strips, in gold cartouches. Goldmark K. Provenance:- Collection Friedrich von Tscharner (1868–1952), Berne.- By succession, Swiss private collection. Koller. Furniture, Porcelain & Silver - Thursday, 26. March 2020, 02.00 PM
15 mars 2020

Saucer with Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1723-24

Lot 1062. Saucer with Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1723-24. Painted in the workshop of Johann Gregorius Höroldt. Enamel blue sword mark, incised mark. D 13.5 cm. Estimate 500 / 700 (€ 440 / 610). © Koller Chinoiseries scenes in quatre-foil cartouches in gold, with foliage and bands in iron-red. Gold mark "double-point" on the tea bowl, 72. on the saucer. Provenance: Italian private collection. Koller. Furniture, Porcelain & Silver - Thursday, 26. March 2020, 02.00 PM   ... [Lire la suite]
15 mars 2020

Six tea bowls and saucers with Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1723–24

Lot 1061. Six tea bowls and saucers with Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1723–24. Painted in the workshop of Johann Gregorius Höroldt and Johann Ehrenfried Stadler. H 4.2 cm. D 12.2 cm. Estimate 000 / 4 000 (€ 2 630 / 3 510). © Koller Each piece depicts Chinese people, in quatre-foil gold cartouches with a brown luster and foliage and ribbons in iron-red and purple. The bottom of the tea bowls features a garden landscape in an iron-red double-ring border. The rims with gold borders. The bottom... [Lire la suite]
15 mars 2020

Tea bowl and saucer with Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1730

Lot 1059. Tea bowl and saucer with Chinoiserie decoration, Meissen, ca. 1730. Painted in the workshop of Johann Gregorius Höroldt and Johann Ehrenfried Stadler. D 7.4 cm and 12.8 cm. Estimate 700 / 900 (€ 610 / 790). © Koller Chinoiseries scenes in quatre-foil cartouches in gold, with foliage and bands in iron-red. Gold mark "double-point" on the tea bowl, 72. on the saucer. Provenance: Italian private collection. Koller. Furniture, Porcelain & Silver - Thursday, 26. March 2020, 02.00... [Lire la suite]

28 février 2020

Sixteenth-century drug jar from Italy acquired by the British Museum

Albarello, Siena for the Monastery of Santa Chiara?, c.1510-30. Photo Courtesy of Sam Fogg, London. LONDON.- The Arts Council has today, Friday 28 February, announced that an outstanding tin-glazed earthenware jar has been donated to the public through the Cultural Gifts Scheme. The albarello (Italian for drug jar) has been allocated to the British Museum in honour of Dr Dora Thornton, former Curator of Renaissance Europe and the Waddesdon Bequest.The front of the albarello shows a woman in profile amidst finely... [Lire la suite]
24 février 2020

Aronson Antiquairs will present Black Delftware bowl rediscovered in the upcoming TEFAF Maastricht

‘Black Delftware’ Reeded Small Bowl, Delft, circa 1705. © 2020 Aronson Antiquairs of Amsterdam. AMSTERDAM.- A fabulously rare Black Delftware bowl belonging to a group of only about 65 pieces globally will be on public view at TEFAF Maastricht for the first time in almost 60 years.Black Delftware is as illusive as the name sounds. You have probably never seen a piece, or maybe just behind a glass panel in one only a few museums around the world. Black Delftware was a reaction by potters in the city of Delft to... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2019

Exhibition Honors Late Collector and Great Patron of the Arts Henry H. Arnhold at the Frick Collection

Exhibition gallery view of "Henry Arnhold’s Meissen Palace: Celebrating a Collector"; photo: Joseph Coscia Jr. NEW YORK, NY.- The Frick Collection presents Henry Arnhold’s Meissen Palace, an exhibition of works from the famed European porcelain manufactory along with several Asian examples that inspired such wares. The pieces are drawn from the collection of the late Henry H. Arnhold (1921–2018), whose foundation made a promised gift of more than 100 objects to the institution nearly a decade ago and supported the... [Lire la suite]
21 octobre 2019

A rare Meissen decagonal bowl presented to the King of Sardinia, circa 1724

Lot 363. A rare Meissen decagonal bowl presented to the King of Sardinia, circa 1724. Diameter: 9 1/2 in. Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 USD. Courtesy Sotheby's. the painting attributed to Johann Ehrenfried Stadler, the front of the exterior with a vignette of two Chinoiserie figures in a fenced garden, flanked by large sprays of flowers and embellished in Böttger lustre, the reverse with a vignette of two ducks among foliage, the interior with trailing flowering branches, and a foliate... [Lire la suite]