25 octobre 2013

A very large pear-shaped vase 'yuhuchun ping' with blue glaze, China, underglaze-blue six-character Qianlong seal mark and of th

A very large pear-shaped vase 'yuhuchun ping' with blue glaze, China, underglaze-blue six-character Qianlong seal mark and of the period.  The pear-shaped body rests on a short splayed foot and tapers sharply up to a waisted neck with wide everted mouth. H. 46 cm. Estimate 60 000/80 000 €  Provenienz: Ehemals aus einer alten amerikanischen Privatsammlung Provenienz: Ehemals aus einer alten amerikanischen Privatsammlung Cf. 'Ethereal Elegance - Porcelain Vases of the Imperial Qing - The Huaihaitang... [Lire la suite]
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08 août 2012

Bowl, stoneware with blue glaze, Jun ware, China, Jin-Yuan dynasty, 13th century

Bowl, stoneware with blue glaze, Jun ware, China, Jin-Yuan dynasty, 13th century. Diameter: 18.5 cm. 46-1883. © V&A Images.  This bowl belongs to a type of ceramics known as Jun ware, which was produced in the kilns in Henan province during the Song dynasty (960-1279). The characteristics of Jun ware are a coarse stoneware body and a thickly applied glaze, which through firing became an opalescent blue colour. At the mouth-rim the glaze ran thin, becoming semi-transparent and creating a mushroom colour. ... [Lire la suite]

08 août 2012

Bulb-bowl, stoneware with blue glaze, Jun ware, China, Jin-Yuan dynasty, 13th-14th century

Bulb-bowl, stoneware with blue glaze, Jun ware, China, Jin-Yuan dynasty, 13th-14th century. Height: 9.2 cm, Diameter: 24 cm. C.105-1939. Eumorfopoulos Collection. © V&A Images.  This bulb-bowl belongs to a type of ceramics known as Jun ware. Chinese ceramics are often categorized by the geographical area in which they were made, as the kilns of a particular region usually made only one or two types of ceramics at a given time in history. Jun ware was produced in the kilns of the Henan province and its... [Lire la suite]
04 août 2012

Jar with incised decoration of two dragons over blue glaze ground. Chinese, Ming dynasty, Jiajing period, 1521–66.

Jar with incised decoration of two dragons over blue glaze ground. Chinese, Ming dynasty, Jiajing mark and period, 1521–66. Porcelain, Jingdezhen ware. Height: .154. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. George Washington Wales. 95.680 © 2012 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Mark: Da Ming Jiajing nian zhi inside double circle frame in underglaze blue Provenance: Bought of Sichell, Paris.
24 juillet 2012

Altar bowl, stoneware with blue glaze, Jun ware, China, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127)

Altar bowl, stoneware with blue glaze, Jun ware, China, Northern Song dynasty (960-1127). Diameter: 21.7 cm, Height: 9.1 cm. Given by Count Dominic de Grunne. FE.117-1978. Victoria & Albert Museum. © V&A Images This double-walled bowl, dating from the Northern Song dynasty (960-1127), was used to contain fresh water on an altar. It belongs to a type of ceramics known as Jun ware. Chinese ceramics are often categorized by the geographical area in which they were made, as the kilns of a particular... [Lire la suite]


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