25 avril 2015
An early tea pot with relief of flowering twigs, Meissen, around 1735. Estimate 3 800 €. Photo AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL White porcelain. Bellied pot with J-shaped handle and profiled spout. Body and cover decorated with flowering wwigs of prunes in relief. Crossed swords mark, incised former's mark '*'.Min. rest. H. 10 cm. AUKTIONSHAUS STAHL, Art et Antiquités, le 25 Avril 2015 à 11h. GRAUMANNSWEG 54 - 22087 HAMBURG
20 février 2015
A Chinese export porcelain tea pot, Qianlong Period (1736-1795). Estimation : 300 € / 400 €. Photo Veritas Art Auctioneers, Lisboa. Polychrome decoration depicting flowers and roster (restoration to the cover). Alt.: 12 cm Veritas Art Auctioneers, Lisboa. Antiquités, Objets d'Art, Argenterie et Bijoux, le 25 Février 2015 à 21h.Contact: Igor Olho-Azul. Tel: +351 21 794 8000 - firstname.lastname@example.org.
12 juillet 2014
Tea Pot, c. 1723-24, Meissen Porcelain Factory, gilt porcelain, Overall - h:14.00 cm (h:5 1/2 inches). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ginaven 1998.417.a. Cleveland Museum of Art © 2013 Cleveland Museum of Art.
15 mars 2013
Three Qingbai glaze tea pots, probably Song dynasty © Maynards. length of largest tea pot: 4 1/2 in. (11.5 cm) - Estimate $ 500-600. Sold $ 690 Maynards. March 12 – 13. International & Asian Art Auction - http://auctions.maynardsfineart.com
12 juillet 2011
Wedgwood Black Basalt Basket Tea Pot. Circa 1780 .Photo MS Rau Antiques 7" wide x 4 1/8" high. Stamped "WEDGWOOD" over impressed ', and I marks. Price: $2,450 This excellent antique Wedgwood teapot is crafted of black basalt, long recognized as one of the firm's finest creations. Crafted in the popular round form with a parapet lip and an articulated sibyl finial, this exceptional pot displays a rare, engine-turned basket weave design on the body, spout and handle. This teapot is a study in timeless design and exhibits... [Lire la suite]
06 août 2009
Engraved Brass Tea Pot, Khanate of Kokand, 17th-18th century, Kokand (Silk Road) - Uzbekistan, 17th-18th century
Engraved Brass Tea Pot, Khanate of Kokand, 17th-18th century, Kokand (Silk Road) - Uzbekistan, 17th-18th century brass, height: 29cm. Price on request. The slender brass tea pot sits on a flared foot; has a prominently curved handle; an elegant, thin spout; and a hinged, open-work lid topped with a lotus-bud finial. The body which comprises six tapering sides is densely engraved all over with fine Safavid-influenced scrolling, entwined arabesques and tendrils that possibly have been darkened with asphalt. Each of the six... [Lire la suite]