14 novembre 2013

A fine Imperial yellow-glazed saucer dish, Jiajing six-character mark and of the period

A fine Imperial yellow-glazed saucer dish, Jiajing six-character mark and of the period. Photo courtesy Bonhams Luxuriously covered in a rich egg-yolk-yellow glaze, the base with a six-character Imperial kaishu mark in underglaze-blue within double circles. 22.2cm diam. Estimate HK$ 650,000 - 750,000 (€62,000 - 72,000) Compare a similar but larger Imperial yellow-glazed dish with incised mark and a yellow-glazed bowl dated to the Jiajing period in the Qing court collection, Palace Museum,... [Lire la suite]

14 novembre 2013

A fine Imperial yellow-glazed saucer dish, Hongzhi six-character mark and of the period

A fine Imperial yellow-glazed saucer dish, Hongzhi six-character mark and of the period. Photo courtesy Bonhams Covered all over in an even rich yellow egg-yolk glaze, the base with a six-character Imperial kaishu mark within double circles in underglaze-blue. 21.3cm diam. Estimate HK$ 400,000 - 600,000 (€38,000 - 58,000) There are not very many examples of Hongzhi period (1488-1505) ceramic wares that remain from this short seventeen years reign, even in important museum collections around the... [Lire la suite]
24 mai 2013

A pair of Imperial yellow-glazed dishes, Zhengde six-character marks of of the period

A pair of Imperial yellow-glazed dishes, Zhengde six-character marks of of the period. Photo Bonhams Each with a short hollowed circular footrim, the curved body rising to a flaring rim at the tip, plainly enamelled in a rich egg-yolk yellow tone all over, the base with a six-character mark. Each: 17.6cm diam. (2). Estimate US$ 190,000 - 320,000 Notes: In the Ming dynasty, yellow-glazed porcelains were usually not allowed to be produced other than at the Imperial kilns at Jingdezhen, among which pieces... [Lire la suite]
06 mai 2013

A rare Imperial Yellow-Glazed Porcelain Bowl, China, underglaze blue Jiajing six-character mark and period

A rare Imperial Yellow-Glazed Porcelain Bowl, China, underglaze blue Jiajing six-character mark and period. Photo Nagel Auktionen  Good condition. D. 22,6 cm. Estimate 6 000 - 10 000 € Property from an old North German private collection, purchased in the 1960ies and 1970ies Nagel Auktionen. Asian Art, 2013/05/10. http://www.auction.de
20 octobre 2012

A rare imperial yellow-glazed porcelain bowl, China, underglaze blue Jiajing six-character mark and period

A rare imperial yellow-glazed porcelain bowl, China, underglaze blue Jiajing six-character mark and period. Photo Nagel D. 21,1 cm - Estimate 5000/8000 € A similar bowl from the Franks collection in the British Museum, London, is illustrated in Oriental Ceramics: 'The World's Great Collections' Collection Peter Schmidt Nagel. "Asian Art". 2012/11/02 http://www.auction.de/
20 octobre 2012

A fine imperial yellow-glazed porcelain saucer dish, China, underglaze blue six-character mark Zhengde and period

A fine imperial yellow-glazed porcelain saucer dish, China, underglaze blue six-character mark Zhengde and period. Photo Nagel D. 17,7 cm. Raised on a short foot and with flared sides rising to the rim, covered all over in a thick glaze of lemon-yellow tone. Estimate 8000/12000 € Collection Peter Schmidt Nagel. "Asian Art". 2012/11/02 http://www.auction.de/
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28 septembre 2012

A rare imperial yellow-glazed stembowl. Mark and period of Jiajing

A rare imperial yellow-glazed stembowl. Mark and period of Jiajing - Sotheby's finely potted, the wide flared bowl resting on a narrow stem splaying toward the base, covered overall with a smooth and rich egg-yolk yellow glaze, the interior of the stem reserved in white and inscribed in underglaze blue with an evenly spaced six-character reign mark under a smoky transparent glaze; 15.3 cm., 6 in. Estimation: 3,000,000 - 5,000,000 HKD ... [Lire la suite]
29 octobre 2011

An imperial yellow-glazed blue ground saucer dragon dish. Qianlong seal mark in underglaze blue and of the period

An imperial yellow-glazed blue ground saucer dragon dish. Qianlong seal mark in underglaze blue and of the period. photo Nagel Auctions The interior decorated with a central medallion of a dragon leaping amidst clouds and flames in pursuit of a flaming pearl, encircled by a single-line border and a similar frieze in the well which is repeated on the exterior above a band of petal lappets, all reserved in yellow on an underglaze-blue, wash ground, rim ground Property from a Belgium private collection Other Qianlong dishes of... [Lire la suite]
24 octobre 2011

A fine imperial yellow-glazed and incised saucer. Underglaze blue Yongzheng six-character mark and period

A fine imperial yellow-glazed and incised saucer. Underglaze blue Yongzheng six-character mark and period. photo Nagel Auctions This so-called 'imperial' yellow was used for monochrome dishes and bowls from the early Ming period onwards, but Ming examples are generally without incised decoration.  A pair of Yongzheng dishes of this design and size is illustrated in Ireneus László Legeza, A Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Malcolm Macdonald Collection of Chinese Ceramics, London, 1972, pl.100, nos 271 and 272 ... [Lire la suite]
24 octobre 2011

A fine and very rare imperial yellow-glazed oviform vase,.Underglaze blue Kangxi six-character mark and of the period

A fine and very rare imperial yellow-glazed oviform vase,.Underglaze blue Kangxi six-character mark and of the period. photo Nagel Auctions Vases of related form covered in other monochrome glazes have also been recorded. Cf. two ru-type glazed examples, the first from the Robert Chang Collection, sold in these Rooms, 2 November 1999, lot 503; and the other from the W.W. Winkworth Collection, sold at Sotheby's London, 12 December 1972, lot 149. A sacrificial-blue glazed vase was included in the Min Chiu Society exhibition of... [Lire la suite]