16 juillet 2015

An archaistic tea-dust glazed tripod incense burner, Qing dynasty

An archaistic tea-dust glazed tripod incense burner, Qing dynasty. Estimate  50,000 — 70,000 HKD.  Lot Sold. 62,500 HKD. Photo Sotheby's well potted, of archaistic liding form, the compressed globular body resting on three short tapering feet, the flared lip surmounted by a pair of arched handles, covered overall with an olive-green glaze speckled with a fine gold mist, the base impressed with an apocryphal four-character seal mark, wood stand; 9.5 cm., 3... [Lire la suite]

26 avril 2013

A tea-dust glazed vase, Qianlong seal mark and period - Sotheby's

A tea-dust glazed vase, Qianlong seal mark and period - Sotheby's the globular body rising from a spreading foot to a tapering neck and everted rim, covered overall in an olive-coloured glaze flecked with a fine yellow mist, the base incised with a six-character seal mark beneath a brown glaze; 19.3cm., 7 5/8 in. Estimation: 70,000 - 90,000 GBP NOTE: A bottle of this shape, glaze and date is illustrated in Tianjin Shi Yishu Bowuguan Cang Ci/Porcelains from the Tianjin Municipal Museum, Hong... [Lire la suite]
30 août 2010

Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art @ Sotheby's

A Superb and Rare White Jade Vase and Cover, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period. Est. $500/700,000. Photo: Sotheby's. NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s September 2010 series of Asia Week auctions in New York will include Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on 15 September. The sale will feature paintings, ceramics, jades and furniture including a number of Imperial works from distinguished private collections. Overall the sale is estimated to fetch between $11.8/16.2 million. Among the highlights of the sale is a Superb and Rare White... [Lire la suite]