25 octobre 2017

Two Imperial Yellow Bowls, Qianlong seal mark and period (1736-1795)

Lot 134. Two Imperial Yellow Bowls, Qianlong seal mark and period (1736-1795). Estimate 15,000 — 20,000 USD. Lot sold 15,600 USD. Photo: Sothebys. each with deep rounded sides rising from a cylindrical footrim to the slightly everted rim, covered both inside and out in a rich egg-yolk yellow glaze, thinning slightly at the rim; 5 3/4 in., 14.6 cm Note: Similar bowls have been sold in these rooms May 23rd, 1974, lot 438 and March 27th, 1977, lot 211.     Sotheby's. Fine Chinese... [Lire la suite]

24 octobre 2017

A fine and extremely rare Imperial Yellow Chrysanthemum Dish, Mark and period of Yongzheng (1723-1735)

Lot 123. A fine and extremely rare Imperial Yellow Chrysanthemum Dish, Mark and period of Yongzheng (1723-1735). Estimate 200,000 — 300,000 USD. Lot sold 262,400 USD. Photo: Sothebys. delicately potted, the shallow dish crisply molded with forty-four fluted petals radiating from the slightly sunken well to form a foliate rim, correspondingly lobed on the exterior and continuing to the footrim, applied overall in an even bright lemon-yellow glaze, the base glazed white; 7 in., 17.9 cm. ... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2012

Square Form Imperial Yellow Bowl. 清代 Qing Dynasty, 乾隆 Qianlong Period (1736-1795)

Square Form Imperial Yellow Bowl. 清代 Qing Dynasty, 乾隆 Qianlong Period (1736-1795) © 2000-2012 teadust.com An extremely rare imperial scrap bowl of square section with steep flaring sides rising to a lipped rim covered overall in a brilliant glossy egg yolk yellow glaze (huang you). Incised in the well of the bowl is a writhing dragon. On each of the curved sides are incised ferocious dragons in various twisted positions amongst flames and flaming pearls above turbulent waves. Centered on the white glazed base is the zhuanshu... [Lire la suite]
13 mai 2012

An Imperial yellow-enamel on copper bowl and cover, Qianlong period (1736-1795)

Lot 320. An Imperial yellow-enamel on copper bowl and cover, Qianlong period (1736-1795); 15.5cm diam. Estimate: HK$ 100,000 - 120,000. Sold for HK$ 118,750 (€ 12,599). photo Bonhams The vessel densely decorated with a continuous floral scrolls composed of lotus, peony, camellia and hibiscus blossoms issuing from leafy steams, the cover and base each with a coiled dragon the interior of the bowl and cover plain and each with a flowerhead decoration, the exterior all brilliantly enamelled in bright colours... [Lire la suite]
23 janvier 2012

A fine imperial yellow silk brocade chuba. Late Ming/early Qing dynasty

A fine imperial yellow silk brocade chuba. Late Ming-early Qing dynasty. Photo Bonhams Constructed from multiple pieces of yellow ground silk brocade woven with a design of five-clawed dragons, flaming pearls and cloud scrolls that surround a massive quatrelobed reserve woven in a plain ground with an opposing pair of five-clawed dragons surrounded by a lishui border worked in gilt-wrapped threads, white, black and shades of green, blue and red, all repeating in a wide band of dragons and flaming pearls woven into the... [Lire la suite]
24 octobre 2011

A monochrome Imperial yellow porcelain dish with engraved blossoms.. Yongzheng six-character mark and of the period

  A monochrome Imperial yellow porcelain dish with engraved blossoms.. Underglaze blue Yongzheng six-character mark and of the period. photo Nagel Auctions Of saucer shape with nearly straight foot, the dish is plain on the inside and engraved on the outside with a continuous lotus scroll with eight stylized blooms, depicted in two different styles, and covered overall with a bright yellow glaze, except for the inside of the foot and the base, where a six-character Yongzheng reign mark is inscribed in underglaze blue in... [Lire la suite]

17 mars 2011

Shopping of Chinese Glass @ Freeman's Auctioneers & Appraisers

Rare set of eight Chinese simulated coral glass immortal figures, 19th century. Courtesy Freeman's Auctioneers & Appraisers Tall coral-tone figures representing the eight Taoist immortals mounted over wood stands. Glass H: 9 in. Pits and pores to glass likely intended to mimic coral surface; one figure repaired / rebuilt at ankle level; very small chip to nose of one figure and small chip to drapery at foot of another. Estimate $15,000-30,000 PROVENANCE:  Property from the Ina and Sandford Gadient Collection of Fine... [Lire la suite]
20 janvier 2011

Square Form Imperial Yellow Bowl. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period (1736-1795).

Square Form Imperial Yellow Bowl. Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period (1736-1795). Courtesy Vermeer & Griggs An extremely rare imperial scrap bowl of square section with steep flaring sides rising to a lipped rim covered overall in a brilliant glossy egg yolk yellow glaze (huang you). Incised in the well of the bowl is a writhing dragon. On each of the curved sides are incised ferocious dragons in various twisted positions amongst flames and flaming pearls above turbulent waves. Centered on the white glazed... [Lire la suite]
13 novembre 2010

A large and rare Imperial yellow jar. Kangxi Mark and Period

A large and rare Imperial yellow jar. Kangxi Mark and Period. photo Sotheby's. the rounded sides rising from a recessed ring base to a broad short neck with everted rim, covered overall in a rich egg-yolk yellow glaze, the base glazed white; 35.5cm., 14in. Estimate 10,000—15,000 GBP. Lot Sold 37,250 GBP Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art. 10 Nov 10. London www.sothebys.com
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13 novembre 2010

Imperial yellow bowl, saucer dish & dish. Zhengde mark and period

A fine Imperial yellow bowl. Zhengde mark and period. photo Sotheby's. the rounded sides rising from an inclined foot to a flared rim, covered overall with an even deep yellow glaze, the base with a transparent glaze of bluish tinge; 18.2cm, 7 1/8 in. Estimate 60,000—80,000 GBP. Lot Sold 79,250 GBP PROVENANCE; Collection of Thomas English Cody (1889-1948), the great nephew of 'Buffalo Bill' Cody. NOTE: A closely related example in the National Palace Museum, Taipei, is published in the Monochrome Ware of the Ming... [Lire la suite]