22 février 2021

A Safavid fritware dish, Iran, probably Kerman, 17th century

Lot 208. Plat à décor bleu et blanc, Iran safavide, probablement Kerman, XVIIe siècle. Diamètre : 36 cm. Estimation :  1 800 € - 2 200 €. Courtesy Ader. Large plat en céramique siliceuse à décor peint en bleu sur fond blanc de tiges florales à feuilles de palmes et d’une frise de feuillettes agrémentées de motifs en volutes sur le marli.Restauration sur l’aile. Provenance : Ancienne collection de Monsieur A. Jacob (1942-1988). Arts de l'Islam et de l'Inde chez Ader, 26 février 2021, Drouot Richelieu... [Lire la suite]
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28 juillet 2013

Dish with a design of a dragon on foliage showing Chinese influence: Persia, Kerman, 17th century

Dish of white composite material of ground flint and clay with a transparent alkaline glaze, painted in underglaze blue with a design of a dragon on foliage showing Chinese influence: Persia, Kerman, 17th century. A.1921.1237. National Museum of Scotland © National Museums Scotland
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23 avril 2012

Fritware dish covered with an olive-green slip and painted in white and blue under a transparent glaze. Iran, Kerman (?); 17th c

Fritware dish covered with an olive-green slip and painted in white and blue under a transparent glaze. Iran, Kerman (?); 17th century. Diam: 46 cm. Inv. no. 16/2010. The David Collection.  Photo Pernille Klemp © THE DAVID COLLECTION From the 13th century, Chinese celadon ceramics were imported to Iran, where dishes and bowls with this green glaze enjoyed great popularity in wealthy circles, among other things because it was believed that they would change color or even break if they came in contact... [Lire la suite]
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23 avril 2012

Fritware dish, with decoration cut through a blue slip under a transparent glaze. Iran, Kerman?; 17th century

Fritware dish, with decoration cut through a blue slip under a transparent glaze. Iran, Kerman?; 17th century. H: 8.5; Diam: 46.5 cm. Inv. no. 1/1986.  The David Collection. © THE DAVID COLLECTION In the final analysis, this unusually large dish reflects the same Chinese influence that was found in by far the majority of Persian blue and white ceramics after c. 1400. But there are clear differences. The nervous peony, whose petals almost look like Chinese cloud ornaments, is of Far Eastern origin, while the... [Lire la suite]
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