22 septembre 2012

An amber glass waterpot. Qing dynasty, 18th century

An amber glass waterpot. Qing dynasty, 18th century. Photo Sotheby's the bulbous body crisply molded in relief with prunus blossoms extending around the sides to a branch of blooming peonies, the walls formed with an outer layer of amber glass and an inner layer of pale yellow-green glass, wood stand (2). Width 2 1/2 in., 6.4 cm. Estimation: 20,000 - 30,000 USD. Unsold PROVENANCE: Sydney L. Moss, London. Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art, New York | 11 sept.... [Lire la suite]
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01 août 2012

Bowl with Design of Flowering Peony, wheelcut and etched transparent amber glass , 1735-1795

Bowl with Design of Flowering Peony, wheelcut and etched transparent amber glass , 1735-1795. 3 x 6 in. (7.7 x 15.2 cm). Gift of Mrs. Edward L. Brewster in memory of Edward L. Brewster, 1993. 47.679. The Walters Art Museum Provenance: Mr. Edward L. Brewster, Pikesville, Maryland; Mrs. Edward L. Brewster, by inheritance; Walters Art Museum, 1993, by gift.
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27 mai 2012

An amber glass lobed octagonal bottle-shaped vase. 18th century

An amber glass lobed octagonal bottle-shaped vase. 18th century. Photo Bonhams Blown and moulded from an unusually thick lustrous glass of amber tone, the lobed body carefully finished, the entire body kneaded with gold flakes, carved Qianlong four-character mark.39.4cm high. Lot 97? Sold for AU$ 11,400  Bonhams. 27 May 2012 10 a.m. Sydney, Byron Kennedy Hall. Asian Art
24 avril 2012

An extremely rare imitation amber glass bottle vase. Wheel-cut mark and period of Yongzheng

An extremely rare imitation amber glass bottle vase. Wheel-cut mark and period of Yongzheng. Photo Sotheby's of compressed globular form, the rounded sides elegantly rising from a short splayed foot to a tall neck and a broad everted rim, decorated with a double raised fillet encircling the body, the pale translucent amber glass subtly enhanced with crizzling, the recessed base wheel-cut with a four-character mark within a double-square; 16.2 cm., 6 3/8 in. Estimation  2,000,000-3,000,000... [Lire la suite]
22 novembre 2011

An amber-coloured glass vase, 20th century

An amber-coloured glass vase, 20th century. Photo Lempertz the whole body covered with lotus petals. At the base four-character mark Qianlong.  H 16,3 cm. Estimate 700 € Lempertz. Auction 991 Asian Art. December 9, 2011 www.lempertz-online.de
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17 mars 2011

Shopping of Chinese Glass @ Freeman's Auctioneers & Appraisers

Rare set of eight Chinese simulated coral glass immortal figures, 19th century. Courtesy Freeman's Auctioneers & Appraisers Tall coral-tone figures representing the eight Taoist immortals mounted over wood stands. Glass H: 9 in. Pits and pores to glass likely intended to mimic coral surface; one figure repaired / rebuilt at ankle level; very small chip to nose of one figure and small chip to drapery at foot of another. Estimate $15,000-30,000 PROVENANCE:  Property from the Ina and Sandford Gadient Collection of Fine... [Lire la suite]
05 novembre 2010

Three Chinese glass vase, two are incised Qianlong four-character mark and of the period

A purplish glass faceted vase. Incised Qianlong four-character mark and of the period © 2002-2010 Bonhams 1793 Ltd The pear-shaped ten-faceted vase with a tall neck, the facets divided by raised ribs, supported on a short slightly-spreading foot, the semi-transparent glass of deep purple-blue tone; 23cm (9in) high - Estimate: £5,000 - 8,000, HK$ 61,000 - 98,000, USD 7,900 - 13,000 Provenance: an English private collection, purchased by the father of the present owner between 1918-1939. A transparent amber... [Lire la suite]


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