07 décembre 2018

A pair of blue and white vases, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722).

Lot 618. A pair of blue and white vases, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Height 24 cm. Estimate 2 406 € / 2 887 €. Lot sold 3 302€. © Bukowskis On a splayed foot with the pear shaped body rising to a high and narrow neck. The body is decorated with two creatures above forming waves and flower sprays, whilst the neck has ribbons and pointed plantain leaves. The base of each is decorated with a spray of flowers.  Vente d'Hiver chez Bukowskis, Stockholm, le 07 Décembre 2018 à... [Lire la suite]
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07 décembre 2018

Two blue and white 'Ling Long' bowls, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722).

Lot 615. Two blue and white 'Ling Long' bowls, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Diameter 8 cm. Estimate 2 117 € / 2 887 €. Lot sold 2 137 €. © Bukowskis The pair of small bowls are constructed with a double wall - the outer wall having been cut and carved before firing in a decorative process known as “ling long” or “devils-work”. The inner wall was then painted with flowering foliage in under glaze blue and then luted to the bowl at both the rim and foot. The piercing to the outer wall is of a trellis pattern... [Lire la suite]
07 décembre 2018

A blue and white bowl, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722).

Lot 614. A blue and white bowl, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Diameter 20,6 cm. Estimate 4 331 € / 6 256 €. Lot sold 4 468 €. © Bukowskis In tones of vibrant blue depicting a hunting party at rest - Chenghua mark to the base within a circle. The interior with band of clouds around the rim, and the center medallion with a deer.  Vente d'Hiver chez Bukowskis, Stockholm, le 07 Décembre 2018 à 10h00
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07 décembre 2018

A blue and white bowl with Immortals, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722).

Lot 613. A blue and white bowl with Immortals, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Width 21 cm. Estimate 3 079 € / 3 849 €. Lot sold 5 432 €. © Bukowskis A rare and finely painted octagonal lobed bowl – in varying tones of under glaze blue – with the eight spreading panels being identical in size - all above a design of petal motifs. Around the inside of the rim, there is a band of diaper ground pattern within which are eight oval reserves, each containing one of the “ Eight Precious Things “. The short lobed foot... [Lire la suite]
07 décembre 2018

A blue and white bowl, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722)

Lot 612. A blue and white bowl, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Diameter 16 cm. Estimate 2 406 € / 2 887 €. Lot sold 2 428 €. © Bukowskis The rim on the inside of the bowl is decorated with blossoming prunus reserved on a blue cracked-ice background. The design evokes the beautiful blossom of the plum whilst it is still winter - the cracking ice being the first signs of spring. The inside medallion depicts a sage within a landscape.  Vente d'Hiver chez Bukowskis, Stockholm, le 07... [Lire la suite]
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07 décembre 2018

A blue and white screen tile, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722)

Lot 610. A blue and white screen tile, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Length 25.4 cm. Width 16.5cm. Depth 4.2 cm. Estimate 3 368 € / 4 331 €. Lot sold 3 497 €. © Bukowskis Of rectangular shape and luted together in hollow sections with rectangular piercings at each side for attachment. This thick tile is decorated on one side with a scene from “The Romance of the Western Chamber” – “Xixiangji” within a crosshatched border. On the reverse is a landscape scene of a lone scholar on horseback followed by an attendant... [Lire la suite]

07 décembre 2018

A pomegranate-shaped blanc de chine teapot with cover, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722)

Lot 619. A pomegranate-shaped blanc de chine teapot with cover, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Height 12 cm. Estimate 1 732 € / 2 117 €. Unsold. © Bukowskis The body of this pomegranate-shaped teapot has been moulded in two parts and then combined. The handle and lid have been modelled as both a branch and leaf – beginning at the handle, continuing onto the body and then connecting at the lid. The foot is in the shape of a six-pointed star.  Vente d'Hiver chez Bukowskis, Stockholm, le 07... [Lire la suite]
07 décembre 2018

A famille verte vase, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722)

Lot 604. A famille verte vase, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Height 16 cm. Estimate 2 117 € / 2 309 €. Lot sold 2 137 €.© Bukowskis Decorated with a “Hundred Antiquities” including bronze vessels, emblems and flower-filled vases – all scattered around the well-potted pear-shaped body and below a ring of floral scrolls. The tall slender neck is painted with lanterns and ribbons hanging below the rolled lip rim.  Vente d'Hiver chez Bukowskis, Stockholm, le 07 Décembre 2018 à 10h00
06 décembre 2018

A biscuit figure of a court official, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722)

Lot 603. A biscuit figure of a court official, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Height 23 cm. Estimate 2 117 € / 2 406 €. Lot sold 3 108 €. © Bukowskis A seated biscuit figure of a court official with a tall green hat and holding a black tablet of rank. The back of the upper body has an aperture for the insertion of prayers and on the lower rear of the chair there is a sketched landscape – unusual as these figures were only normally intended to be viewed from the front. The robe is decorated overall with a brilliant... [Lire la suite]
06 décembre 2018

A famille verte octagonal Stem cup, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722)

Lot 602. A famille verte octagonal Stem cup, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722). Height: 10 cm. Estimate 962 € / 1 443 €. Unsold. © Bukowskis Octagonal in shape and with a ridged and splayed base. The exterior is divided into eight panels, which are outlined in under glaze blue. Each of the panels contains a combination of – magnolia, chrysanthemum, narcissus, prunus and peony flowers interplayed with birds, butterfly and insects.  Vente d'Hiver chez Bukowskis, Stockholm, le... [Lire la suite]