27 juin 2021

Top Seven Jade sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 27 may - 11 june 2021

Lot 3204. A pale celadon jade gu-form vase, Qing dynasty, 19th century; 71⁄2 in. (19 cm.) high. Estimate HKD 50,000 - HKD 80,000. Price realised HKD 875,000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2021 Provenance: Sold at Sotheby's Hong Kong, 29 April 1997, lot 783A Hong Kong private collection formed in the late 1970s to early 1990s. Lot 3203. A white jade censer and cover, Republic period; 81⁄4 in. (21 cm.) across the handles, stand, box. Estimate HKD 40,000 - HKD... [Lire la suite]

05 novembre 2020

Jade from a Princely Collection sold at Christie's London, 3 November 2020

Christie’s is delighted to bring to the market this exquisite group of archaic jades from the Baron and Baroness von Oertzen Collection, all of which were acquired by current owner from the Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art auction in London, 4 November 2008.The late Baroness Irene von Oertzen (1908-2007) and her husband Baron Klaus-Detlof von Oertzen (1894 - 1991), were passionate collectors of Chinese art, and together they amassed a remarkable collection of great scope and quality, particularly with regards to Chinese jade... [Lire la suite]
21 février 2019

Archaic Jade sold at Christie's New York, 17 september 2008

Lot 332. A rare opaque taupe jade blade, ge, Shang dynasty, circa 1200 BC; 10¾ in. (27.2 cm.) long. Estimate USD 20,000 - USD 30,000. Price realised USD 25,000. © Christie's Image Ltd 2008 The long, slightly curved blade with beveled edges and a subtle median ridge extending the full length on both sides, with a hole drilled from one side piercing the tang which is carved with parallel notches, the grey-green stone altered to an attractive warm taupe color, one side of the tang with a... [Lire la suite]
19 décembre 2017

A decorated pottery double jar with rope impressions, Neolithic, Qijia culture, first half of the 2nd millenium BC

Lot 1599. A decorated pottery double jar with rope impressions, Neolithic, Qijia culture, first half of the 2nd millenium BC. H. 13 cm. Estimate 500 €. Lot sold 300 €. Courtesy Nagel Age measurement confirmed by Thermoluminescence Analysis 30th November 1998 (Oxford Authentication, no. C298j1).  Provenance: Former Collection Julius Eberhardt. Nagel. "Asiatische Kunst - Salzburg", 06.12.2017
19 décembre 2017

A pottery ewer, Neolithic, Qijia culture, first half of the 2nd millennium BC

Lot 393. A pottery ewer, Neolithic, Qijia culture, first half of the 2nd millennium BC. H. 20,3 cm. Estimate 1.500/2.500 €. Lot sold 1.600 €. Courtesy Nagel With an ovoid body, a tapering neck with domed top, double-lobed opening and tubular spout, flat strap handle. Tool marks.  Age measurement confirmed by Thermoluminescence Analysis 30th November 1998 (Oxford Authentication, No. C289h99).  Provenance: Bought in 1997 from L.H.W. Investment & Trading Limited, Hong Kong. Described and... [Lire la suite]
02 août 2017

Neolithic pottery at National Palace Museum, Beijing

Red pottery cooker (?), Neolithic, Cishan culture (6500–5500 BC), high 15.3cm, caliber 15.3cm, bottom diameter 11.3cm. National Palace Museum, Beijing. Flat bowl, Neolithic, Cishan culture (6500–5500 BC), high 6.7cm, caliber 18.2cm, bottom diameter 6.4cm. National Palace Museum, Beijing.  Small mouth ear bottle, Neolithic, Cishan culture (6500–5500 BC), high 23.8cm caliber 5.2cm bottom diameter 5.6cm. National Palace Museum, Beijing.   Three foot bowl, Neolithic, Cishan culture... [Lire la suite]
20 mai 2017

A jade pendant, huang, and a cong ; the huang: Neolithic period, Qijia culture, the cong: probably Western Zhou dynasty

Lot 370. A jade pendant, huang, and a cong ; the huang: Neolithic period, Qijia culture, the cong: probably Western Zhou dynasty. Estimate 30,000 — 50,000 HKD. Photo: Sotheby's the huang of arched form with a small aperture to both ends; the cong of square section with a short neck and foot, wood stand; both stones of a variegated celadon and russet-brown colour - 12 and 6.1 cm, 4 3/4  and 2 3/8  in.  Sotheby's. Chinese Art, Hong Kong, 01 juin 2017, 02:00... [Lire la suite]