18 octobre 2012

A fine lotus-shaped bronze censer with cover, Vietnam, 15th ct

A fine lotus-shaped bronze censer with cover, Vietnam, 15th ct. Photo Nagel H. 18 cm - Estimate 2000 € Property of a Berlin private collection Compare: Musée de Hai Phong - Cô Vât Hâi Phông, Hai Phong, 2009, ill. 53.  Nagel. "Asian Art". 2012/10/31 http://www.auction.de/

18 octobre 2012

A lotus-shaped bronze stand, Vietnam, Dong Son period

A lotus-shaped bronze stand, Vietnam, Dong Son period. Photo Nagel H. 12 cm - Estimate 1500 € Property of a Berlin private collection Nagel. "Asian Art". 2012/10/31 http://www.auction.de/
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29 novembre 2011

An Yijun stoneware lotus-shaped box and cover. Late Ming dynasty

An Yijun stoneware lotus-shaped box and cover. Late Ming dynasty. Photo Bonhams Of circular form supported on a short tapered foot, naturalistically moulded as a lotus flower with petals radiating out from the centre of the box and cover, covered all over with a pale lavender-blue glaze mottled to a beige-white, the burnt footring revealing the brownish-red body. 6.2cm diam. (2). Sold for HK$100,000 明晚期 紫泥宜均印盒 Provenance 來源:Montague M. Meyer collection, number 404 (affixed label)Mr and Mrs Gerard Hawthorn Collection In... [Lire la suite]
29 novembre 2011

An Yijun lotus-shaped stoneware dish. Wanli

An Yijun lotus-shaped stoneware dish. Wanli. Photo Bonhams The finely potted dish of flattened circular form, gently rising to a crisply moulded edge formed from sixteen pronounced petals, above sixteen sepals at the underside, covered all over with a delicate pale blue glaze suffused with an attractive irregular crackle, the unglazed foot burnt orange-red in the firing.19.9cm diam. Sold for HK$860,000 Mr and Mrs Gerard Hawthorn Collection Note: It is extremely rare to find an Yijun dish of this exceptional high quality.... [Lire la suite]
11 novembre 2008

A rare an very finely carved rhinoceros horn lotus-shaped libation cup, China, Ming dynasty, 16th/17th ct

A rare an very finely carved rhinoceros horn lotus-shaped libation cup, China, Ming dynasty, 16th/17th ct of dark honey colour, naturalistically carved as an inverted lotus leaf, on the outside with delicately executed veins in relief as well as 2 lotus flowers, a lotus boll and reed, the separated and hollowed main stem serves as a handle. L. 14,5 cm - - Minor wear, very minor restoration to side and rim - Estimate 60 000 € Notes: Cf. Compare: The complete collection of treasures of the Palace Museum, Bamboo, wood,... [Lire la suite]