02 septembre 2019

A small Jun deep bowl, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 1029. A small Jun deep bowl, Jin dynasty (1115-1234); 3 in. (7.6 cm.) diam. Estimate USD 4,000 - USD 6,000. © Christie's Image Ltd 2019. The bowl has deep rounded sides rising from the short foot ring to the slightly incurved rim, and is covered inside and out with a glaze of milky, sky-blue tone thinning to mushroom at the rim, with the exception of the foot, exposing the darker ware. The base is also glazed, Japanese wood box. Christie's. Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of... [Lire la suite]
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02 septembre 2019

An elegant Dingyao saucer dish, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 857. An elegant Dingyao saucer dish, Jin dynasty (1115-1234); 4 5/8in (11.5cm) diameter. Estimate $5,000 - 7,000. © Bonhams. Delicately molded with linear details on the interior with twos wimming fish surrounded by water weed and waves under a narrow band of clouds and abstract serpents at the gently tapered sides and set off by a keyfret border at the rim, the exterior plain, covered inside and out with a creamy toned clear glaze. Property from the Collection of Ella Virgina Hobart... [Lire la suite]
02 septembre 2019

A 'Cizhou' brown-glazed sgraffiato vase (yuhuchun ping), Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 511. A 'Cizhou' brown-glazed sgraffiato vase (yuhuchun ping), Jin dynasty (1115-1234). Height 9 1/2  in., 24.2 cm. Estimate 10,000 — 12,000 USD. Lot Sold 12,500 USD. © Sotheby's. the rounded pear-shaped body raised on a splayed foot, tapering to a slender neck and a flared mouth, applied overall with a thick brownish-black glaze carved through with a broad foliate frieze beneath a narrow border enclosing abstract scroll motifs at the shoulder, all framed within concentric... [Lire la suite]
02 septembre 2019

A rare 'Cizhou' brown-glazed sgraffiato meiping, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 510. A rare 'Cizhou' brown-glazed sgraffiato meiping, Jin dynasty (1115-1234). Height 9 3/4  in., 24.9 cm. Estimate 12,000 — 15,000 USD. Lot Sold 12,500 USD. © Sotheby's. the steeply rounded sides swelling to a shouldered baluster body surmounted by a short waisted neck and tall angled tapering rim, applied overall with a thick brownish-black glaze, carved through to the buff body leaving a broad foliate scroll at the shoulder above a band of upright lappets to the body, each framed... [Lire la suite]
28 août 2019

Sotheby’s Hong Kong Chinese Works of Art Autumn Sales 2019 to take place on 8 october 2019

  A highly important Beijing-enamelled pouch-shaped glass vase, blue enamel mark and period of Qianlong (1736-1795); 18.2 cm. Estimate upon request (Expected to fetch in excess of HK$200,000,000/ US$ 25,000,000). Courtesy Sotheby's. Hong Kong - Sotheby’s Hong Kong Chinese Works of Art Autumn Sale Series 2019 on 8th October will be led by A Highly Important Beijing-Enamelled Pouch-Shaped Glass Vase, Blue Enamel Mark and Period of Qianlong, arguably the greatest example of Qing dynasty art in private... [Lire la suite]
26 août 2019

A 'Cizhou' sgraffiato brown-glazed globular vase, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 77. A 'Cizhou' sgraffiato brown-glazed globular vase, Jin dynasty (1115-1234); height 10 1/2 in., 26.7 cm. Estimate 25,000 — 35,000 USD. Lot sold 31,000 USD. Courtesy Sotheby's. the globular body finely carved down to the dramatically contrasting beige-colored body, with two registers of thick foliate scrolls bordered by paired lines, the stems issuing large leaves with rounded silhouettes, the lower section plain and encircled by parallel lines, the canted lip supported on the... [Lire la suite]

24 août 2019

To 'jun" ceramics, Jin dynasty (1115-1234) sold at Sotheby's New York, 18 March 2008

Lot 81. A 'jun' ovoid jar, Jin dynasty (1115-1234); height 4 in., 10.2 cm; widest 5 1/4 in., 13.3 cm. Estimate USD 10,000 — 15,000. Lot sold USD 12,500. © Sotheby's.  the globular body tapering down to a slightly flared foot, with a short upright neck supporting the generously wide mouth rim, an unctuous glaze of sky-blue tone applied to the interior and exterior, stopping evenly mid-foot and thinning on the rim to reveal the mushroom-colored body, the fine ware, revealed at the foot rim,... [Lire la suite]
21 août 2019

A rare white-glazed stoneware bottle vase, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 530. A rare white-glazed stoneware bottle vase, Jin dynasty (1115-1234); 9¾ in. (24.7 cm.) high. Estimate USD 30,000 - USD 40,000. Price realised USD 37,000. © Christie's Image Ltd 2008.  The elegant, pear-shaped body tapering to a tall, slender neck rising to a flared mouth, covered overall with a transparent glaze of ivory tone showing the finger grooves of the potting and falling just short of the knife-cut foot rim to reveal the fine white ware. Exhibited: Baltimore, The Baltimore Museum of... [Lire la suite]
22 juin 2019

Two small black glazed dishes of Cizhou type with russet splashes and silvery flecks, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 69. Two small black glazed dishes of Cizhou type with russet splashes and silvery flecks, Jin dynasty (1115-1234); 5 3/8in (13.5cm) diam. Estimate US$ 3,000 - 5,000 (€ 2,700 - 4,400). © Bonhams. Each molded with a slightly flared lip around the shallow curving well and supported on a carefully cut foot ring, the densely mottled russet and black glaze enlivened with five large russet splashes and showing minute silver patches throughout, the glaze extending onto the curving walls and stopping... [Lire la suite]
22 juin 2019

A small black glazed bowl with metallic 'oil spot' decoration, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

Lot 68. A small black glazed bowl with metallic 'oil spot' decoration, Jin dynasty (1115-1234); 3 3/8in (8.5cm) diam. Estimate US$ 3,000 - 5,000 (€ 2,700 - 4,400). © Bonhams. Subtly formed with an indented lip on the exterior walls that curve inward to a neatly cut foot ring and shallowly recessed base, the lustrous black glaze marked throughout with minute silvery 'oil spots' and thinning to a russet hue along the rim, a dark purple slip covering all unglazed surfaces except for tiny patches that... [Lire la suite]