21 août 2019

Back on Song-Jin dynasty ceramics sold at Christie's New York, 19 March 2008

Lot 535. A Yaozhou celadon carved washer, Northern Song-Jin dynasty, 12th-13th century; 5¼ in. (13.3 cm.) diam. Estimate USD 5,000 - USD 7,000. Price realised USD 8,125. © Christie's Image Ltd 2008. The shallow rounded sides encircled on the exterior by a single incised line, the center of the interior deftly carved and combed with a bold design of turbulent waves, covered overall with an attractive olive-green glaze, the unglazed base with recessed center burnt brown in the firing. Provenance:... [Lire la suite]

13 août 2019

A pair of Ming-style blue and white conical bowls, Kangxi period (1662-1722) 

Lot 1374. A pair of Ming-style blue and white conical bowls, Kangxi period (1662-1722); 8¾ in. (22.4 cm.) diam. Estimate USD 15,000 - USD 20,000. Price realised USD 17,500. © Christie's Image Ltd 2010. Each with widely flared sides rising to the lobed rim, the interior painted with a central medallion of a fruiting and flowering peach branch below six flowers in the well and a narrow band of flower sprigs at the rim, the exterior with an upper register of six different fruiting and flowering branches above a lower... [Lire la suite]
19 juillet 2019

A 'Yaozhou' conical bowl, Song dynasty (960-1279)

Lot 251. A 'Yaozhou' conical bowl, Song dynasty (960-1279). Diameter 6 in., 15.1 cm. Estimate 5,000 — 7,000 USD. Lot sold 11,875 USD. © Sotheby's the conical sides rising from a small ring foot, molded on the interior with a peony stem bearing one large central blossom surrounded by scrolling leaves, covered overall in an even pale celadon bubble-suffused glaze pooling in the recesses, the foot unglazed.  Provenance: Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Forester, San Francisco,... [Lire la suite]
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22 juin 2019

A black glazed conical bowl with russet 'partridge-feather' markings, Northern Song-Jin dynasty (960-1234)

Lot 67. A black glazed conical bowl with russet 'partridge-feather' markings, Northern Song-Jin dynasty (960-1234); 5in (12.6cm) diam. Estimate US$ 3,000 - 5,000 (€ 2,700 - 4,400). © Bonhams. Carefully potted with a flared rim to the sloping walls raised on a low foot ring and shallow recessed base, the shiny black glaze showing matte russet splashes of large size across the deep well but densely mottled on the exterior walls with tiny specks of russet that also appear on off-white surface of unglazed... [Lire la suite]
11 mars 2019

A Longquan celadon conical bowl, Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279)

Lot 1716. A Longquan celadon conical bowl, Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279); 5 ¾ in. (14.3 cm.) diam. Estimate USD 6,000 - USD 8,000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2019 The bowl has deep sides flaring widely from the small, delicate foot, and is covered inside and out with an unctuous glaze of soft sea-green tone, stopping on the foot ring, Japanese wood box. Provenance: Sen Shu Tey, Tokyo. Note: The rather delicate conical form of this bowl, standing on a small foot, is shown to good... [Lire la suite]
21 février 2019

Dr. Peter M. Greiner (1940-2013) Collection of Chinese Ceramics sold at Christie's New York, 18 - 19 September 2014

Lot 784. A rare Yueyao carved dish, 10th century; 7¾ in. (19.7 cm.) diam. Estimate USD 4,000 - USD 6,000. Price realised USD 5,250. © Christie's Images Ltd 2014. The shallow dish is carved on the interior with a large flower head with overlapping petals, and is covered allover with a glaze of olive color that continues over the wedge-shaped foot to cover the base. Provenance: The Collection of the late Mrs. A. Kok-Viersen, sold by order of J.A.Witte, Esq., 28 May 1974, lot 49Dr. Peter M. Greiner... [Lire la suite]

16 janvier 2019

A rare pair of doucai conical bowls, Daoguang seal marks in underglaze blue and of the period (1821-1850)

Lot 1716. A rare pair of doucai conical bowls, Daoguang seal marks in underglaze blue and of the period (1821-1850); 6 in. (15.2 cm.) diam. Estimate USD 45,000 - USD 55,000. Price realised USD 86,500. © Christie's Images Ltd 2011 Each with step sides rising to the flared rims, painted around the exterior with roundels of fruiting trees interspersed with sprays of pomegranates, all above a border of leaf-shaped lappets at the base, box. Provenance: The Yip Family collection. Note: Bowls with this decoration... [Lire la suite]
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26 décembre 2018

A purple-splashed 'Jun' conical bowl, Yuan-Ming dynasty (1279-1644)

Lot 1045. A purple-splashed 'Jun' conical bowl, Yuan-Ming dynasty (1279-1644). Diameter 7 7/8  in., 20 cm. Estimate $6,000 - $8,000. Sold: $7,500. © Sotheby's robustly potted rising from a slightly splayed low foot, covered inside and out with a milky-blue glaze shading to gray at the rim, the interior dappled with eight free-form purple splashes, the glaze falling short of the foot on the exterior to reveal the coarse clay burnt orange in the firing. Sotheby's. Saturday at Sotheby's:... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2018

A pair of 'Longquan' conical bowls, Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279)

Lot 1043. A pair of 'Longquan' conical bowls, Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279). Diameter 5 in., 12.7 cm. Estimate $6,000 - $8,000. Sold: $21,250. © Sotheby's each delicately potted, the wide shallow sides evenly glazed in a satin-textured sea-green glaze, all supported on a tapered foot, the foot ring unglazed revealing the buff-colored body fired orange (2). Property from the White Gull Studio Collection, Michigan. Provenance: C.K. Chen, Hong Kong, 1970-80. Sotheby's. Saturday at... [Lire la suite]
13 décembre 2018

A powder blue glaze conical bowl, Qing dynasty, 19th century

Lot 583. Chine, Dynastie Qing, XIXe siècle, Coupe en porcelaine à glaçure bleue poudrée et décor de dragons incisé à l’intérieur. Diamètre : 21 cm. Estimation: 200 € / 300 €. Adjugé 700 €. Courtesy Artprecium. Provenance : Collection Spoerry A Chinese 19th century powder blue glaze conical bowl. Arts d'Asie chez Artprecium, 75009 Paris (France), le 14 Décembre 2018 à 10h et 15h - Monsieur Jean GAUCHET, Expert