17 mai 2015

An extremely rare dingyao white glazed pillow carved with lion pattern, Song Dynasty (AD960-1279)

An extremely rare dingyao white glazed pillow carved with lion pattern, Song Dynasty (AD960-1279). Estimate HKD400,000 - 500,000 (TWD1,619,000 - 2,024,000) (USD51,600 - 64,500). Photo courtesy Ravenel. The surface of this roughly kidney-shaped pillow is very slightly slanted from the lower front to the higher back. Its body has a grayish-white hue and a robust texture. The top and all sides have a white glaze finish with a layer of black glaze underneath. For the decorative pattern, the white glaze was carved out, and the... [Lire la suite]

15 mai 2015

A rare Dingyao white glazed brushwash carved with flowers, Song Dynasty (AD960-1279)

A rare Dingyao white glazed brushwash carved with flowers, Song Dynasty (AD960-1279).  Estimate HKD100,000 - 150,000 (TWD405,000 - 607,000) (USD12,900 - 19,300). Photo courtesy Ravenel. The production of white ware at the Ding kiln began during the Tang dynasty. Ding ware is known for its firm and yet light and delicately worked ceramic body. The colors are pure, and the vessels highly vitrified. This brushwash has a wide mouth and slanting walls. A decorative day lily design is engraved at the bottom of the floor.... [Lire la suite]
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15 mai 2015

A rare Dingyao white glazed floral bowl carved with hibiscus pattern, Song Dynasty (AD960-1279)

A rare Dingyao white glazed floral bowl carved with hibiscus pattern, Song Dynasty (AD960-1279). Estimate HKD250,000 - 320,000 (TWD1,012,000 - 1,296,000) (USD32,200 - 41,300). Photo courtesy Ravenel. Ding ware is one of the five great ceramic styles of the Song dynasty, and is best known for its white porcelain produced in large quantities for the Northern Song imperial court. This lot, a Ding ware plate with a cotton-rose hibiscus floral design and a scalloped rim, combines a light body with compact texture and a smooth,... [Lire la suite]
05 mai 2013

A fine white glazed stem cup with copper red fishes, China, underglaze blue six-character mark Yongzheng and of the period

A fine white glazed stem cup with copper red fishes, China, underglaze blue six-character mark Yongzheng and of the period. Photo Nagel Auktionen The shallow bowl with flared rim supported on a hollow slightly tapered stem, decorated on the exterior in underglaze-red with three fish - Small chips at the mouth rim. H.11,6/D.16,2cm. Estimate  5000/ 7000 € Property from an old North German private collection, purchased in the 1960ies and 1970ies.  Nagel Auktionen. Asian Art,... [Lire la suite]
29 juillet 2012

Vase, 17th century, Ming dynasty

Vase, 17th century, Ming dynasty. Stoneware with opaque white glaze. H: 23.6 W: 18.9 cm. China. F1896.35a-b. Freer/Sackler. The Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art © 2012 Smithsonian Institution
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11 mars 2012

Chinese Dehua Libation Cup, 19th Century

Chinese Dehua Libation Cup, 19th Century. Photo Doyle New York The tapering sides molded on the exterior with blossoming flowers and leafy stems; Together with a White Glazed Seal Paste Box. With incised gourds on leafy vines on the lid and base. Height of cup 2 1/2 inches. Estimate $400-600 C The Langsdorf Collection  Doyle New York. Asian Works of Art. Monday, March 19, 2012 at 10am. http://www.doylenewyork.com/ 


03 mars 2012

Chinese White Glazed Anhua Decorated Porcelain Vase. Early 18th century

Chinese White Glazed Anhua Decorated Porcelain Vase. Early 18th century. Photo Doyle New York  The pear-shaped body painted with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl, all under an even white glaze, base with Chenghua four-character mark. Height 8 1/8 inches. Scattered pinholes, base possibly shaved down. - Estimate $3,000-5,000 C The Langsdorf Collection  Doyle New York. Asian Works of Art. Monday, March 19, 2012 at 10am. http://www.doylenewyork.com/ 
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22 juin 2011

A white glazed porcelain deep dish with incised floral decoration. Ming Dynasty, 16th Century

A white glazed porcelain deep dish with incised floral decoration. Ming Dynasty, 16th Century. photo Bonhams Thickly molded and delicately line-incised with a roundel of lotus flowers across the floor of the well, bands of flowering peonies and pearls encircling the cavetto and exterior walls, all beneath a celadon-tinged glaze that stops along the outside edge of the foot, leaving an unglazed foot pad and recessed base; 14 1/8in (36cm) diameter - Sold for US$9,150 Provenance:: Chait Galleries, New York Bonhams. Fine Asian... [Lire la suite]
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26 mars 2011

A Rare 'Anhua' Decorated White Glazed Ewer, Ming dynasty, Yongle Period

A Rare 'Anhua' Decorated White Glazed Ewer, Ming dynasty, Yongle Period. photo Sotheby's the generous pear-shaped body supported on a short splayed foot, incised with a large continuous lotus flower scroll below an upright ruyi-head border, all beneath the flared mouthrim encircled by a meandering floral scroll, the tapering spout linked to the neck by a scrolling cloud-form strut further incised with a smaller floral scroll, the elegantly arched handle decorated with a leafy undulating scroll, surmounted with a small... [Lire la suite]
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30 août 2009

Three Blanc de chine & white glazed porcelains @ Christie's

A blanc de chine figure of Guanyin, 18th century finely modelled in a seated position with her left arm resting on a curved support, the hair tied, the hands hidden within the sleeves of the long robes she is wearing, impressed gourd-shaped sealmark of He Chaozong to the back -- 6in. (15.3cm.) high, wood stand. Est. £2,000 - £3,000 A white glazed circular dish, 18th century with incised anhua-type decoration of scrolling leafy lotus sprays to the interior and exterior -- 13½in. (34.4cm.) diam. Est. £1,500 - £2,000 ... [Lire la suite]