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23 mai 2014

Three Archaistic Jade Carvings of Mystical Creatures, China, Qing dynasty (1644-1912) or slightly later

Three Archaistic Jade Carvings of Mystical Creatures, China, Qing dynasty (1644-1912) or slightly later
Three Archaistic Jade Carvings of Mystical Creatures, China, Qing dynasty (1644-1912) or slightly later. Photo courtesy Auctionata Carved jade. Comprising: a rhyton, a chilong brush washer and a qilin surmounted by a phoenix. Traditional carvings following...
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11 mai 2014

A fine honey and russet jade carving of a phoenix and young, Ming Dynasty, 16th-17th century

A fine honey and russet jade carving of a phoenix and young, Ming Dynasty, 16th-17th century
A fine honey and russet jade carving of a phoenix and young, Ming Dynasty, 16th-17th century. Photo: Bonhams. The smoothly carved bird formed with its head gently inclined over its back towards the curving wings and sweeping tail and holding in its beak...
23 février 2014

Pair of Chinese rock crystal phoenix carvings

Pair of Chinese rock crystal phoenix carvings
Pair of Chinese rock crystal phoenix carvings. Photo Freeman's Openwork carved as standing phoenix with a flower spray in its beak. H: 9 inches. Estimate $8,000-12,000 Freeman's. ASIAN ARTS. Saturday, March 15 at 10am - www.freemansauction.com
11 février 2014

A pale green and russet jade carving of a phoenix, Ming Dynasty

A pale green and russet jade carving of a phoenix, Ming Dynasty
A pale green and russet jade carving of a phoenix, Ming Dynasty. Photo Bonhams. The recumbent bird elegantly modelled with the head turned to the left, clutching a lingzhi spray in its beak, the legs tucked under the body and wings spread over the back,...
27 mai 2012

A Longquan celadon phoenix incense burner. Ming dynasty

A Longquan celadon phoenix incense burner. Ming dynasty
A Longquan celadon phoenix incense burner. Ming dynasty. Photo Bonhams Rising from a splayed foot modelled in the form of rockworks hollowed at three points, surmounted by a bird with its detachable tail and wings raised and semi-spread, centered at the...
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23 avril 2012

Fritware dish, painted in blue under a transparent glaze. Iran, Tabriz?; end of 15th century

Fritware dish, painted in blue under a transparent glaze. Iran, Tabriz?; end of 15th century
Fritware dish, painted in blue under a transparent glaze. Iran, Tabriz?; end of 15th century. H: 6.4; Diam: 38.7 cm. Inv. no. 214/2006. The David Collection. © THE DAVID COLLECTION We still do not know much about where Persian pottery from the 15th century...
17 avril 2012

A bottle vase with phoenix. Bleu de Huê. China for Vietnam, 18th cent. (Qing-dynasty 1644-1911)

A bottle vase with phoenix. Bleu de Huê. China for Vietnam, 18th cent. (Qing-dynasty 1644-1911)
A bottle vase with phoenix. Bleu de Huê. China for Vietnam, 18th-19th century. (Qing-dynasty 1644-1911). Photo Auktionshaus Stahl Porcelain with blue painting. Bellied body with lean neck. At the wall a depiction of phoenix on a foliage-underground with...
27 janvier 2012

A pair of 'Famille-Verte' Biscuit figures of phoenix. Qing dynasty, Kangxi period

A pair of 'Famille-Verte' Biscuit figures of phoenix. Qing dynasty, Kangxi period
A pair of 'Famille-Verte' Biscuit figures of phoenix. Qing dynasty, Kangxi period . Photo Sotheby's almost identical, each modelled standing on a rocky base with the crowned head lifted upwards, its wings tucked behind its body, brightly enamelled with...
14 janvier 2012

A Chinese Export famille rose phoenix. Qianlong period

A Chinese Export famille rose phoenix. Qianlong period
A Chinese Export famille rose phoenix. Qianlong period. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd., 2012 Modeled with its speckled pink head turned, its back with colorful plumage enriched with black tracery, standing on a rocky mound 10½ in. (26.6 cm.) high. Estimate...
20 septembre 2008

A pair of 'famille-rose' 'phoenix' bowls. Qing dynasty, Daoguang period

A pair of 'famille-rose' 'phoenix' bowls. Qing dynasty, Daoguang period
A pair of 'famille-rose' 'phoenix' bowls. Qing dynasty, Daoguang period each with the rounded sides colorfully painted in pink, pale blue, lime green and yellow on the exterior with four stylized phoenix with outstretched wings, encircled by hibiscus...
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