21 août 2017

An extremely rare and possibly unique Chantilly Kakiemon verre à liqueur, circa 1735

Lot 60. An extremely rare and possibly unique Chantilly Kakiemon verre à liqueur, circa 1735. Estimate $ 2,000-3,000. Photo Leonard Joel. This rare form not recorded in any literature on Chantilly, painted in a kakiemon design, 8cm high   Leonard Joel. The Decorative Arts Collection of James Fairfax AC, 18:30 AEST, Thursday 31 Aug 2017

21 août 2017

A Chantilly Kakiemon 'écuelle' Porringer cover & stand, circa 1735

Lot 59. A Chantilly Kakiemon 'écuelle' Porringer cover & stand, circa 1735. Estimate $ 2,000-3,000. Photo Leonard Joel. Of quatrelobed form painted with Kakiemon flowers and insects, the cover with flower knop, the tray with brown-edged rim, red hunting horn mark, tray 23.5 width, dish 15.5cm width, (2)   Note: For similar examples refer to the Metropolitan Museum New York Leonard Joel. The Decorative Arts Collection of James Fairfax AC, 18:30 AEST, Thursday 31 Aug 2017
21 août 2017

A fine Chantilly leaf-shaped cup and saucer, circa 1735

Lot 58. A fine Chantilly leaf-shaped cup and saucer, circa 1735.  Estimate $ 1,800-2,800. Photo Leonard Joel. Each painted in Kakiemon style with leaf branch and pomegranate design, brown-edged rims, the cups handle and saucers stalk picked out in green, both with red hunting horn mark  Leonard Joel. The Decorative Arts Collection of James Fairfax AC, 18:30 AEST, Thursday 31 Aug 2017
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21 août 2017

A large Chantilly Kakiemon 'seau a bouteille' wine cooler, circa 1735 

Lot 54. A large Chantilly Kakiemon 'seau a bouteille' wine cooler, circa 1735. Estimate $ 3,000-5,000. Photo Leonard Joel. Of cylindrical form with dragon form handle mounts, painted with squirrel and Kakiemon flowers, red hunting horn mark, 16 height x 19cm diameter  Leonard Joel. The Decorative Arts Collection of James Fairfax AC, 18:30 AEST, Thursday 31 Aug 2017
01 mai 2017

A Meissen puce-ground quatrefoil bowl, circa 1735

Lot 26. A Meissen puce-ground quatrefoil bowl, circa 1735, 16.5cm., 6 1/2 in. wide. Estimate 2,000 — 3,000. Photo: Sotheby's.  reserving four quatrefoil cartouches of chinoiserie figures at various pursuits, the interior of the bowl with a similar scene with a Böttger-lustre filled frame enriched with puce and iron-red scrollwork, gilded scrollwork border at interior rim, crossed swords mark in underglaze-blue, incised // mark to inside edge of footrim.   Sotheby's. From Earth to Fire, Londres, 04 mai... [Lire la suite]
01 mai 2017

A Meissen écuelle, cover, and stand, circa 1735

Lot 19. A Meissen écuelle, cover, and stand, circa 1735, the écuelle 25.8cm., 10 1/8 in. across handles, the stand 22.6cm., 8 7/8 in. diam. Estimate 6,000 — 9,000. Photo: Sotheby's.  of circular form applied with two pierced scrollwork handles, the cover surmounted with an artichoke finial, each piece painted with a bird perched on a large branch, flanked by flowering branches issuing from stylised rockwork, with scattered winged insects, crossed swords marks in... [Lire la suite]

24 décembre 2016

An armorial plate, circa 1735

Lot 281. An armorial plate, circa 1735. Estimate USD 2,000 - USD 3,000 © Christie's Images Ltd 2016. Arms of Lee of Coton quartering Astley within intricate scenes of the Thames and Pearl Rivers - 8 7/8 in. (22.6 cm.) diameter Christie's. Chinese Export Art, 18 January 2017, New York, Rockefeller Center
06 décembre 2016

A Chinese Imari Cornelius Pronk plate, Qianlong period, circa 1735

Lot 30. A Chinese Imari Cornelius Pronk plate, Qianlong period, circa 1735. Estimate € 1000-1500. Lot sold € 1,700. Photo Vellinghuiis AAG. With a decor designed by Cornelis Pronk (1691-1759) called the "Umbrella Ladies' along the edge eight cartouches at the rear insects. Diam. 23.4 cm Provenance: - Auction AAG, Amsterdam, April 2, 2012, lot 198 - Private collection, Netherlands Vellinghuiis AAG. THE ASIAN ART SALE, Monday, November 28, 2016, 14 h
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22 novembre 2016

Meissen teapot with Kauffahrteiszenen, Meissen, circa 1735

Lot 809. Meissen teapot with Kauffahrteiszenen, Meissen, circa 1735. Estimate: € 7,000-8,000. Photo Hampel. Height: 17.5 cm - bottom side underglaze blue crossed swords mark, Bossirermarke "X" for Johann Daniel Rehschuh (1688-1752), painter's mark Christian Fried Risch Herold (1700-1779). . About unglazed foot ring pear-shaped body with J-handle and Schnabelausguss and hood in lid with gestauchtem Zapf Knauf. Yellow ground with polychrome Indian flowers on the spout and staffiertem... [Lire la suite]
29 octobre 2016

A fine Potsdam royal portrait goblet and cover, circa 1735

Lot 50. A fine Potsdam royal portrait goblet and cover, circa 1735. Estimate £3,000 - 5,000 (€3,300 - 5,600). Photo Bonhams. Of drawn trumpet shape, deeply cut and engraved and brightly gilded, the bowl with a profile portrait of Frederick William I of Prussia, in a circular reserve surmounted by a crowned eagle within a frame of martial trophies including further Prussian eagles, the cover engraved with further trophies including a barrel, the reverse of the cover with a pile of cannonballs, the stem, the cover and the finial... [Lire la suite]