13 août 2019

An unusual archaistic imitation-bronze tripod censer, Jiaqing-Daoguang period, first half 19th century

Lot 1410. An unusual archaistic imitation-bronze tripod censer, Jiaqing-Daoguang period, first half 19th century; 9 7/8 in. (25.1 cm.) across handles. Estimate USD 10,000 - USD 15,000. Price realised USD 30,000. © Christie's Image Ltd 2010. With bulbous body supported on three cabriole legs issuing from stylized animal heads, molded around the upper body with bands of simplified taotie masks above bow-string bands and beneath the everted rim, flanked on either side by a pair of bail handles, the base with... [Lire la suite]

17 septembre 2017

An inscribed imitation-bronze wall vase, Qing dynasty

Lot 254. An inscribed imitation-bronze wall vase, Qing dynasty. Height 9 3/8  in., 23.9 cm. Estimate 10,000 — 15,000 USD. Lot sold 62,500 USD. © Sotheby's. the flat-back vase well potted with the rectangular body modeled with indented corners, rising from a short splayed foot to a waisted neck flanked by a pair of dragon handles below an everted rim, carved and gilded to the front and sides with archaistic angular kuilong, reserved on a... [Lire la suite]
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