06 mai 2014

A famille-verte bamboo-form teapot and cover, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

A famille-verte bamboo-form teapot and cover, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. Photo Sotheby's the baluster body divided into sectioned lobes simulating bamboo, set with a curved spout and loop handle, painted with birds and floral sprays, the stepped cover similarly decorated and surmounted by a twisted bamboo finial. Quantité: 2 - 13.5cm., 5 ¼ in. Estimation 6,000 — 8,000 GBP Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art, London | 14 mai 2014- http://www.sothebys.com/
06 mai 2014

A famille-verte 'Flower Baasket' charger, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

A famille-verte 'Flower Baasket' charger, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. Photo Sotheby's brightly enamelled to the centre with a large basket filled with blossoming chrysanthemum and peony, the rim with shaped cartouches enclosing various floral sprays against a scrolling lotus ground; 36.5cm., 14 3/8 in. Estimation 5,000 — 7,000 GBP Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art, London | 14 mai 2014 - http://www.sothebys.com/

06 mai 2014

A pair of famille-verte vases, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

A pair of famille-verte vases, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. Photo Sotheby's each pear-shaped body rising from a tall spreading foot to a waisted knopped neck, brightly enamelled with two beribboned floral bouquets below large ruyi-shaped lappets enclosing leafy yellow chrysanthemum scrolls reserved on a green ground, similarly decorated in iron-red around the knopped section of the neck, all below a band of stiff plantain leaves and a chevron border at the rim, skirted around the foot with a spear-shaped band above a chevron border... [Lire la suite]
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06 mai 2014

A large famille-verte 'Province' dish, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

A large famille-verte 'Province' dish, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. Photo Sotheby's gilt and enamelled at the centre with the coat-of-arms of Luxenburgh, framed by two pairs of birds in flight amidst peony and chrysanthemum blooms, the well and rim with shaped panels variously enclosing scholars in landscapes, pairs of birds and fish, all reserved on an underglaze-blue diaper ground; 43cm., 17in. Estimation 5,000 — 8,000 GBP  Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art, London | 14 mai 2014... [Lire la suite]
06 mai 2014

A famille-verte ‘Warrior’ vase, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

  A famille-verte ‘Warrior’ vase, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. Photo Sotheby's the ovoid body rising to a waisted neck flaring at the rim, brightly painted with rectangular panels enclosing equestrian warriors amongst fenced pavilions and bystanders, divided vertically by leafy sprays of morning glory, all between ruyi, chevron, foliate medallion and lappet bands, the neck with stylised leaf lappets enclosing floral scrolls; 53.5cm., 21 1/8 in. Estimation 6,000 — 8,000 GBP Provenance: Acquired in Europe in the early 20th... [Lire la suite]
03 mai 2014

A famille-verte jar, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

A famille-verte jar, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. Photo Sotheby's. of globular form, brightly enamelled around the exterior with a long-tailed bird perched upon rockwork isssuing leafy branches of peony and magnolia; 25cm., 8in. Estimation 1,000 — 1,500 GBP THE JULIAN THOMPSON STUDY COLLECTION Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art, London | 14 mai 2014 - http://www.sothebys.com/
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26 avril 2014

A Famille-verte dish, Kangxi mark and period

A Famille-verte dish, Kangxi mark and period. Photo Sotheby's the shallow rounded sides rising from a tapered foot to an everted rim, finely painted to the interior with a bearded scholar holding a staff and supported by a young attendant carrying a fan, all amongst a garden with shrubs issuing from jagged rocks, the rim encircled by iron-red floral blooms and insects, inscribed to the base with a six-character reign mark within a double-circle - 15.3cm., 6in. Estimation 20,000 — 30,000 GBP Provenance: Acquired from Shogado,... [Lire la suite]
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01 avril 2014

A famille-verte ‘Peach and Longevity’ dish, Mark and period of Kangxi

A famille-verte ‘Peach and Longevity’ dish, Mark and period of Kangxi. Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2014 sturdily potted with shallow rounded sides rising from a tapered foot to a slightly everted rim, brightly enamelled on the interior with a large pale mindaro peach with a brownish-peach tip borne on a branch issuing lanceolate leaves of varying degrees of green, inscribed on the fruit with the gilt-characters wan shou ('Longevity'), the exterior similarly painted with three peach sprays with shou characters in gilt, the... [Lire la suite]
01 avril 2014

A rare famille-verte 'Bird' bowl, Mark and period of Kangxi

A rare famille-verte 'Bird' bowl, Mark and period of Kangxi. Photo: Sotheby's. elegantly potted with shallow rounded sides rising from a recessed base protruding on the interior, finely painted around the exterior with a green and pale yellow, possibly a laughing thrush bird with a long tail perched on a pendant loquat branch in an asymmetrical composition covering most of the sides, the brown branch bearing orange-red fruits and bright green leaves, extending to the interior with further fruits and leaves, the concave... [Lire la suite]
01 avril 2014

A rare famille-verte 'Peach' stembowl, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

A rare famille-verte 'Peach' stembowl, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. Photo: Sotheby's. raised on a tall stem tapering to meet the rounded sides gently flaring to a galleried rim, elegantly decorated around the exterior with a slender frieze with iron-red peaches among light green and cobalt blue leaves, all borne on a continuous undulating stem, the interior well adorned with a central medallion containing a pair of long-tailed birds, perched on two intertwining camellia branches amongst craggy rocks, lingzhi fungus and scrolling... [Lire la suite]


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