24 mai 2019

A large cloisonné enamel archaistic tripod incense burner, Ding, Late Ming Dynasty

Lot 69. A large cloisonné enamel archaistic tripod incense burner, Ding, Late Ming Dynasty; 37.5cm (14 3/4in) high. Estimate: £20,000 - £30,000. Sold for £ 25,062 (€ 28,447). © Bonhams 2001-2019 The globular body supported on three cylindrical legs, the flanged rim chased with a key-fret band and flanked at the sides by a pair of upright bracket handles, decorated in red, blue, yellow and white enamels with stylised archaistic taotie masks on the body and lotus scrolls on the legs against a... [Lire la suite]
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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]
13 avril 2014

An archaistic white-glazed tripod incense burner, ding. Chenghua seal mark, 17th century

An archaistic white-glazed tripod incense burner, ding. Chenghua seal mark, 17th century. Photo: Bonhams. The bulbous body moulded and incised with four taotie masks above archaistic motifs and beneath keyfret scrolls at the rim, the two handles each modelled as an animal head, all raised on three slender slightly splayed legs issuing from animal heads each moulded with chilong above a yinyang symbol and archaistic scrolls, the underside with an incised Chenghua seal mark. 28.9cm (11 3/8in) high. Estimate £4,000 - 6,000 (€4,800 -... [Lire la suite]