01 août 2021

A pair of Louis XV ormolu-mounted Chinese Coromandel lacquer and vernis Martin encoignures (corner cabinets) by Adrien Delorme,

A pair of Louis XV ormolu-mounted Chinese Coromandel lacquer and vernis Martin encoignures (corner cabinets) by Adrien Delorme, circa 1748-49. ; 37 in. (95 cm.) high; 29 in. (73 cm.) wide; 20 in. (52 cm.) deep. Price on request. © Christie's Images Ltd 2021 Each with shaped moulded breche d’Alep marble top above a curved door decorated with a triangular cartouche depicting a courtly scene in a palace garden, surrounded by a floral trellis pattern and framed by a lappeted motif, the angles headed by... [Lire la suite]

25 février 2020

A twelve-panel Coromandel lacquer screen, 18th century

Lot 1367. A twelve-panel Coromandel lacquer screen, 18th century; 108 in. (274.4 cm.) high, 224¼ in. (570 cm.) wide overall. Estimate USD 20,000 - USD 30,000. Price realised USD USD 43,750. © Christie's Images Ltd 2011 Carved through a brown ground and picked out in a full range of colors with a scene of Guo Ziyi seated in the main hall of his home receiving greetings from family and well-wishers, elsewhere in the compound family members and servants are engaged in a host of other activities, outside... [Lire la suite]
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21 juin 2015

A magnificent pair of George III period ormolu-mounted Coromandel lacquer and black gilt-japanned serpentine commodes

Francis Seymour, 1st Marquess of Hertford's magnificent pair of George III period ormolu-mounted Coromandel lacquer and black gilt-japanned serpentine commodes. Attributed to Pierre Langlois, English, circa 1770.  Photo courtesy Godson & Coles Each veneered overall with panels of Chinese incised ‘Coromandel ‘ lacquer, bordered with japanned foliate trails, the shaped top with serpentine front and sides divided into six panels of rocks, birds and flowers above a gadrooned band, one side decorated with... [Lire la suite]
08 mai 2013

A twelve-leaf Coromandel lacquer screen. Qing dynasty, Kangxi period - Sothebys

A twelve-leaf Coromandel lacquer screen. Qing dynasty, Kangxi period - Sothebys  the principal side decorated with boys engaged in various activities gathering in front of elaborate pavilions with ladies and a seated dignitary in a garden landscape with trees and rocks, the reverse depicting birds sheltering amongst blossoming trees in a rocky landscape, all encircled by mythical beasts, flowers and precious objects. Quantité: 12. Each panel: 128 by 21.4cm., 50 3/8  by 8 3/8 in. Estimation: 8,000 -... [Lire la suite]
08 mai 2013

A twelve-panel Coromandel lacquer screen. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period, dated Gengchen year, corresponding to 1700

A twelve-panel Coromandel lacquer screen. Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period, dated Gengchen year, corresponding to 1700 - Sothebys The front face carved and painted with the Daoist Paradise, depicting groups of male and female Immortals within a mountainous landscape, all gathering to greet Shoulao,framed by a border of auspicious objects, the reverse with a lengthy inscription which may be translated as the Hanlin Academy official Zheng Kaiji (1639-1717) presenting the screen to Yuweng Chi on celebration of his... [Lire la suite]
06 janvier 2012

A highly important pair of George III gilt-metal-mounted Coromandel lacquer veneered and japanned commodes.

A highly important pair of George III gilt-metal-mounted Coromandel lacquer veneered and japanned commodes. Attributed to Pierre Langlois, circa 1765. Photo Sotheby's  of serpentine form, the tops veneered with small coromandel panels variously decorated with rockwork with flowering plants and foliage within black-japanned borders decorated in gold with trailing leaves and flowers, and with a gilt-metal gadrooned molded edge, the two conforming doors below veneered with coromandel panels decorated in polychrome with incised... [Lire la suite]
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05 novembre 2011

A twelve-panel coromandel lacquer screen. Kangxi period, inscribed with the cyclical date geng chen, corresponding to 1700

A twelve-panel  coromandel lacquer screen. Qing dynasty, Kangxi period, inscribed with the cyclical date geng chen, corresponding to 1700 . Photo Sotheby's the central field on one side carved and polychromed to depict an elaborate landscape of a Daoist Paradise, illustrating mountainous peaks and waves occupied by numerous groups of male and female Immortals variously holding auspicious objects and flowers, gathering to greet Shoulao and Xiwangmu, framed by a border of auspicious objects above, with dragons emerging... [Lire la suite]
28 août 2011

A Twelve-panel Brown-ground Coromandel Lacquer Screen. Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

A Twelve-panel Brown-ground Coromandel Lacquer Screen.  Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. Photo Sotheby's carved and painted in a colorful palette highlighted in gilt with a lively scene of a celebration in a palatial courtyard pavilion filled with ornamental rocks and trees, with an entourage of nobleman having arrived on horseback and escorted to the receiving hall, their attendants following behind shown crossing the footbridge bearing gifts, Guo Ziyi, the Tang dynasty hero, is portrayed seated in the central open pavilion being... [Lire la suite]
08 juillet 2011

A French late 19th century ormolu-mounted mahogany, satiné and Coromandel lacquer bonheur du jour

A French late 19th century ormolu-mounted mahogany, satiné and Coromandel lacquer bonheur du jour by Fernand Kohl, Paris. photo Bonhams surmounted by a rectangular marble top, opening with two doors to an interior fitted with one shelf, above a frieze drawer with a push release button, on square tapering legs and toupie feet joined by an under-tier, the drawer with a metal plaque inscribed Fernand KOHL/ 55 rue traversière/ PARIS, 96cm wide, 44cm deep, 161cm high (37.5" wide, 17" deep, 63" high). Estimate: £10,000 - 15,000, US$... [Lire la suite]
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01 janvier 2010

Brown Coromandel Ten Panel Screen, China, Kangxi (1662 - 1772)

Brown Coromandel Ten Panel Screen, China, Kangxi (1662 - 1772) lacquer. Height: 45 3/8 inches Width per panel: 9 3/8 inches - Price On Request The ten panel carved brown lacquer screen is decorated with a continuous scene of the “One Hundred Boys” (shua wa wa) engaged in a variety of play: a group of boys frolicking in a lotus-strewn pond, soaring high on a swing, leaping in animated dragon dance, and kite flying. Others imitate more adult pursuits: one dresses as a dignitary being carried aloft in a sedan, another poses as... [Lire la suite]
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