28 mai 2015

Cache pot en porcelaine de Chine de la famille verte, époque Kangxi. Monture en bronze ciselé et doré

Cache pot en porcelaine de Chine de la famille verte, époque Kangxi. Monture en bronze ciselé et doré. Estimation : 10 000 € / 15 000 €  © Couteau-Begarie à décor sur fonds blanc de branchages de feuilles vertes et fleurs corail, les bordures à quadrillage vert sur fond jaune. Monture en bronze ciselé et doré à charnières et goupilles composée de trois éléments ajourés à poignées amovibles à décor de deux dauphins affrontés de part et d’autre de l’anse décorée sur fond amati de la partie supérieure d’une fleur de... [Lire la suite]

30 avril 2015

A large famille verte rouleau vase, Kangxi period (1662-1722)

A large famille verte rouleau vase, Kangxi period (1662-1722). Estimate £3,000 – £5,000 ($4,602 - $7,670). Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2015 The vase is decorated with twelve panels enclosing various scenes of flowers, birds, figures, and mythical beasts within mountainous landscapes, all reserved on a ground of striding dragons and flowers. The shoulders are enamelled with four Daoist emblems, and the neck with two antique vessels between floral panels. 19 1/8 in. (48.6 cm.) high Note: A vase of similar... [Lire la suite]
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30 avril 2015

A pair of large famille verte vases, 19th century

  A pair of large famille verte vases, 19th century. Estimate £5,000 – £8,000 ($7,670 - $12,272). Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2015 Each vase is decorated to the body with two large panels containing scenes of warriors engaging in battle outside a pavilion. There are several smaller cartouches between the panels, enclosing a bird amongst prunus and bamboo, and various mountainous landscape scenes. The neck is decorated with further panels with court scenes, flowers and birds. 24 1/4 in. (61.6 cm.) high ... [Lire la suite]
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30 avril 2015

A large famille verte dish, Kangxi period (1662-1722)

A large famille verte dish, Kangxi period (1662-1722). Estimate £6,000 – £10,000 ($9,204 - $15,340). Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2015 The dish is decorated to the interior with female warriors in a battle scene from the Chinese legend "Generals of the Yang Family". The rim is decorated with six landscape cartouches in reserve on a diaper ground. The base is painted with a leaf within a double circle. 14 ¾ in. (37.4 cm.) diam.  Christie's. CHINESE CERAMICS, WORKS OF ART AND TEXTILES, 12 May... [Lire la suite]
30 avril 2015

A famille verte 'Dragon' dish, Kangxi six-character mark in underglaze blue within a double circle and of the period (1662-1722)

A famille verte 'Dragon' dish, Kangxi six-character mark in underglaze blue within a double circle and of the period (1662-1722). Estimate £6,000 – £9,000 ($9,204 - $13,806). Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2015 The well of the dish is incised with a lively dragon in pursuit of a flaming pearl. The cavetto is incised with a pair of striding dragons chasing further flaming pearls repeated on the exterior above a petal lappet band. The entire dish, with the exception of the base, has been applied with a cream glaze and... [Lire la suite]
30 avril 2015

Marchant, 90th Anniversary Exhibitions

Qing Porcelain from Private Collections cover, no. 41 in the catalogue. Photo courtesy Marchant Chinese Export Porcelain cover. Photo courtesy Marchant LONDON - Marchant have published two exhibition catalogues to celebrate 90 years and four generations in business, Qing Porcelain from Private Collections and Chinese Export Porcelain.There are 50 pieces in the Qing Porcelain catalgoue, of which 22 are 'mark and period'. Marchant believe the most important piece is no. 41, the... [Lire la suite]


24 avril 2015

Paire de vases rouleaux en porcelaine de Chine, famille verte, dynastie Qing, XIXe siècle

Paire de vases rouleaux en porcelaine de Chine, famille verte, dynastie Qing, XIXe siècle. Estimation: 3,000 — 5,000 EUR. Photo Sotheby's. Quantité: 2. Haut. 45 cm, diam. 19,5 cm A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES, QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY. Height 17 3/4 in; diam. 7 2/3 in Sotheby's. Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels, Geneva, 12 May 2015, 10:30 AM
13 avril 2015

A fine famille verte bowl, Kangxi period (1662-1722)

A fine famille verte bowl, Kangxi period (1662-1722). Estimate HK$500,000 - HK$700,000 ($64,805 - $90,727). Price Realized HK$875,000 ($113,409). Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2015 The bowl is finely enamelled on the exterior with a procession of Daoist Fairies, one riding in a cart drawn by a mythical beast, followed by other fairies and a deer in a landscape. An apocryphal Chenghua six-character mark in underglaze blue within a double circle is on the base. 5 5/8 in. (14.3 cm.) diam.  Provenance: Sold... [Lire la suite]
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14 mars 2015

A large famille verte jar, guan, Kangxi period (1662-1722)

A large famille verte jar, guan, Kangxi period (1662-1722). Estimate $50,000 – $70,000. Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2015 The broad body is decorated on the upper and lower body with scenes of figures at various pursuits framed by rocks and trees, including three tribute bearers bringing gifts to an official reclining on a luohanchuang, a military official and his entourage, a gathering of officials playing weiqi, and a man kneeling on a tiger skin while worshipping a figure of Budai, all between decorative... [Lire la suite]
10 mars 2015

Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc., 'Spring Exhibition of Chinese Art' at Asia Week New York 2015

China, Qianlong mark and period, 1736 - 1795 AD. Glass. Height: 6 1/4 inches (15.9 cm). Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. at Asia Week New York 2015  Large Chinese Painted and Gilded Stucco Figure of a Guardian Bodhisattva. Ming Dynasty, circa 16th century. Height: 52 inches. Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. at Asia Week New York 2015 Rare Famille Verte Porcelain Quadrangular Vases (one of two illustrated). Kangxi Period, circa late 17th century. Height: 18 and 18 1/2 inches. Ralph M. Chait... [Lire la suite]