17 février 2019

Property from the Collection of James E. Breece III sold at Christie’s New York, 18 – 19 September 2014

Lot 761. A green-glazed pottery flask, Liao dynasty (AD 907-1125);14 in. (35.6 cm.) high. Estimate $4,000 – $6,000. Price Realized $5,000. © Christie’s Image Ltd 2014 The tall, pouch-shaped body tapers to a pinched neck and is applied with nine bosses below a rope-twist handle and cylindrical spout from which trail three slender straps. The flask is covered with a bright green glaze over a white slip falling short of the splayed foot to expose the pale buff ware. Property from the Collection of James... [Lire la suite]

16 février 2019

A Cizhou-type painted ovoid jar, Jin-Yuan dynasty, 12th-14th century

Lot 758. A Cizhou-type painted ovoid jar, Jin-Yuan dynasty, 12th-14th century; 13 1/8 in. (33.4 cm.) high. Estimate $8,000 - USD 12,000. Price Realized $16,250. © Christie’s Image Ltd 2014 The body is painted in brown on a white ship with two wide bands of flowers and leafy sprays below a classic scroll border encircling the shoulder, all under a clear glaze. Provenance: Frank Caro Gallery, New York. Christie’s. FINE CHINESE CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART, 18 – 19 September... [Lire la suite]
16 février 2019

A Cizhou-type russet-decorated blackish-brown-glazed bottle,xiaokou ping, Jin dynasty, 13th century

Lot 757. A Cizhou-type russet-decorated blackish-brown-glazed bottle, xiaokou ping, Jin dynasty, 13th century; 8½ in. (21.5 cm.) high. Estimate $4,000 - USD 6,000. Price Realized $15,000. © Christie’s Image Ltd 2014 The broad ovoid bottle is covered with a blackish-brown glaze and is freely painted in russet with a leafy chrysanthemum spray. The bottom of the foot is unglazed, Japanese double wood box. Provenance: A Japanese private collection, acquired in the 1990s. ... [Lire la suite]
16 février 2019

A Cizhou-type cut-glaze meiping, Jin-Yuan dynasty, 12th-13th century

Lot 754. A Cizhou-type cut-glaze meiping, Jin-Yuan dynasty, 12th-13th century; 13 in. (33 cm.) high. Estimate $5,000 - USD 7,000. Price Realized $10,000. © Christie’s Image Ltd 2014 The bottle is carved through the dark khaki-brown glaze to the buff- colored ground before firing with a broad band of leafy scroll above a band of petal decoration in the center and a band of petal lappets above the foot, all within double-line borders, Japanese double wood box. Provenance: A Japanese... [Lire la suite]
11 février 2019

A rare large Cizhou-type brown-painted vase, Northern Song-Jin dynasty, 12th-13th century

Lot 705. A rare large Cizhou-type brown-painted vase, Northern Song-Jin dynasty, 12th-13th century; 16 3/8 in. (41.5 cm.) high. Estimate USD 7,000 - USD 10,000. Price realised USD 23,750. © Christie’s Image Ltd 2014 The high-shouldered, tapering body is painted in brown on a white slip with two stems of flowering peony below two leafy sprays on the tall neck that rises to a foliate rim with five out-turned petals, all under a clear glaze that falls irregularly to the stepped foot with... [Lire la suite]
02 août 2018

A Cizhou-type carved ovoid bottle, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 864. A Cizhou-type carved ovoid bottle, Jin dynasty (1115-1234); 16 5/8 in. (42.3 cm.) high. Estimate $10,000 - $15,000. Price Realized $6,250. © Christie's Image Ltd 2015 The slender, tapering body lightly carved through the white slip with a band of flowers and foliage between a floral scroll on the shoulder and a band of lappets around the foot, all reserved on a ground of 'fish roe’ and covered in a thin ivory glaze. Christie's. THE COLLECTION OF ROBERT HATFIELD ELLSWORTH PART IV - CHINESE... [Lire la suite]

27 juillet 2018

A Cizhou-type blackish-brown-glazed ribbed jar and a white-glazed shallow bowl, Northern Song-Jin dynasty, 12th-13th century

Lot 9. A Cizhou-type blackish-brown-glazed ribbed jar and a white-glazed shallow bowl, Northern Song-Jin dynasty, 12th-13th century: The bowl 3 1/2 in. (8.8 cm.) diam., the jar 3 1/8 in. (8 cm.) high. Estimate : USD 2,000 - 3,000. Price Realised: USD 2250.00. © Christie's Images Ltd 2018 The small jar is decorated with six pairs of vertical ribs of raised slip and is applied with two loop handles at the neck, and is covered with a brownish-black glaze that continues into the... [Lire la suite]
29 octobre 2017

A Cizhou-type white rimmed black-glazed bowl, Northern Song dynasty (960-1126)

Lot 111. A Cizhou-type white rimmed black-glazed bowl, Northern Song dynasty (960-1126). 4 5/8in (11.7 cm.) diameter. Estimate US$ 4,000 - 6,000 (€3,400 - 5,200). Unsold. Photo: Bonhams. The rounded conical body covered overall with a thick glossy, black glaze stopping just short of the buff pottery foot, the slightly everted rim accented by a band of white slip. Provenance: Christie's, New York, 17-18 September 2015, lot 2316. Note: A similar bowl sold at Christie's, New York, 21-23 March 2013, lot... [Lire la suite]
02 mars 2017

Long Necked Cizhou-Type Vase, Jin Dynasty, 1127 – 1279 A.D.

Long Necked Cizhou-Type Vase, Jin Dynasty, 1127 – 1279 A.D. © Zetterquist Galleries Height: 31.7cm A large stoneware bottle vase with a high shouldered body sitting on a slightly flared foot and with a long neck with flared mouth rim and raised ring decoration where it joins the body. The entire piece is covered with slip and a translucent crackled glaze down to just above the foot-rim, revealing a grey stoneware body, and is typical of wares from the “Juluxian” kilns, Cixian, Hebei Province. This form has its roots in... [Lire la suite]
23 août 2016

A very rare Cizhou-type black and russet 'partridge feather'-glazed vase, Northern Song-Jin dynasty, 12th century

Lot 1306. A very rare Cizhou-type black and russet 'partridge feather'-glazed vase, Northern Song-Jin dynasty, 12th century. Estimate USD 60,000 - USD 80,000. Photo: Christie's Image Ltd 2016. The vase is covered with a lustrous blackish-brown glaze liberally splashed in russet with 'partridge feather mottles' that falls in an irregular line above the spreading foot to expose the pale grey body. 11 in. (28 cm.) high Provenance: Mrs. C. P. Wilson Collection.Warren E. Cox, New York. ... [Lire la suite]