29 mai 2015

A fine late 19th century natural pearl and diamond bracelet, circa 1890

A fine late 19th century natural pearl and diamond bracelet, circa 1890. Estimate HK$ 200,000 - 300,000 (€24,000 - 36,000). Photo: Bonhams. Of openwork foliate design, set with nineteen graduated button-shaped pearls, accented by old brilliant-cut diamonds, between borders of similarly cut diamonds, the largest pearl measuring 8.0 x 7.8 x 7.7mm, diamonds approximately 13.50 carats total, length 16.7cm, cased Accompanied by a Gem & Pearl Laboratory report stating that the pearls are natural and of... [Lire la suite]

26 mai 2015

A carved coral "two Guanyin and three children" group, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th century

A carved coral "two Guanyin and three children" group, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th century. Estimate 10 000 € / 15 000 € © Cambi Casa D'Aste gr. 540, h cm 19,5 CAMBI CASA D'ASTE, La Splendeur du Corail Chinois, le 26 Mai 2015 à 9h0 - 20121 MILANO
25 mai 2015

A pair of blue and white double handled vases with floral decoration, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th century

A pair of blue and white double handled vases with floral decoration, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th century. Estimate 35 000 € / 45 000 € © Cambi Casa D'Aste apocryphal Qianlong mark CAMBI CASA D'ASTE, Importants Objets d'Art de la Chine, le 26 Mai 2015 à  à 10h et 14h- 20121 MILANO
21 mai 2015

A blue-ground gold-thread silk dragon robe, China, 19th century

A blue-ground gold-thread silk dragon robe, China, 19th century. Estimate CHF 6 000/ 9 000 (€ 5 710 / 8 570).  Photo Koller Auctions. length circa 135 cm.  KOLLER. Asian Art (Himayalas and China): Sale A173AS, 02 June 2015 10:00
21 mai 2015

A blue silk gauze dragon robe, China, 19th century

A blue silk gauze dragon robe, China, 19th century. Estimate CHF 8 000/ 12 000 (€ 7 620 / 11 430).  Photo Koller Auctions. Length 132 cm. Swiss private collection. Purchased at Teresa Coleman's, H.K. in 2001.   KOLLER. Asian Art (Himayalas and China): Sale A173AS, 02 June 2015 10:00
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21 mai 2015

A carved rhinoceros horn libation cup with silver foot, China, 17th century, Austria, 19th century

A carved rhinoceros horn libation cup with silver foot. The cup, China, 17th century. The foot, Austria, 19th century. Estimate CHF 20 000 / 30 000 (€ 19 050 / 28 570).  Photo Koller Auctions. The cup: Height 7.5 cm - The foot: Height 7 cm. KOLLER. Asian Art (Himayalas and China): Sale A173AS, 02 June 2015 10:00


19 mai 2015

A famille rose 'hundred deer' vase, hu, Qianlong seal mark, 19th century

A famille rose 'hundred deer' vase, hu, Qianlong seal mark, 19th century. Sold for £25,000 (€34,633). Photo Bonhams. The pear-shaped body supported on a straight foot and flanked by a pair of stylised dragon handles, the exterior finely painted with a herd of spotted deer enamelled in white, beige and brown, variously depicted grazing and galloping in an open field amidst pine trees and craggy rocks beside a meandering stream flowing from the mountains behind.45.7cm (18in) high Provenance: a European private... [Lire la suite]
16 mai 2015

A carved pale-yellow porcelain 'Hugong' snuff bottle, Qing dynasty, 19th century

A carved pale-yellow porcelain 'Hugong' snuff bottle, Qing dynasty, 19th century. Estimate  240,000 — 260,000 HKD (28,673 - 31,063 EUR). Photo Sotheby's 6.7 cm., 2 5/8  in. Provenance: Robert Hall, London, 1993.  Exhibited: Robert Kleiner, Chinese Snuff Bottles in the Collection of Mary and George Bloch, British Museum, London, 1995, cat. no. 237. Chinese Snuff Bottles in the Collection of Mary and George Bloch, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1997. ... [Lire la suite]
14 mai 2015

A large sang-de-boeuf pear-shaped garlic-neck vase, 19th century

A large sang-de-boeuf pear-shaped garlic-neck vase, 19th century. Estimate £6,000 - 8,000 (€8,300 - 11,000). Unsold. Photo Bonhams. Heavily potted supported on a straight foot, the pear-shaped body tapering to the neck with a moulded band, and rising to the bulbous mouth, all covered under a lustrous red glaze. 48cm (18 7/8in) high  Property from the Roy Davids Collection of Chinese Ceramics Roy Davids Bonhams. FINE CHINESE ART, 14 May 2015 10:00 BST - LONDON, NEW BOND STREET
07 mai 2015

A Famille Rose turquoise-ground rectangular parfumier and cover, 19th century

A Famille Rose turquoise-ground rectangular parfumier and cover, 19th century. Estimate £5,000 – £8,000 ($7,600 - $12,160). Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2015 The parfumier is decorated to each side with lotus scrolls, peaches and bats, and is applied with animal-head handles. Two of the sides are painted in gilt with 'double happiness' characters, shuangxi. The cover is decorated with three pierced medallions. There is a Daoguang seal mark to one side. 14 ¼ in. (36.2 cm.) wide Provenance: With Tung Tak, Hong... [Lire la suite]