20 mai 2018

A Transitional polychrome vase, circa 1640-60

Lot 347. A Transitional polychrome vase, circa 1640-60; 23 cm, 9 1/8  in. Estimate 800 — 1,200 GBP. Lot sold 3,250 GBP. Courtesy Sotheby's. the baluster body rising from a flat base to a rounded shoulder and short narrow neck, painted around the exterior with figures in a garden; together with two blue and white bottle vases, Qing Dynasty, 19th Century. Literature: U. Wiesner, Seladon Swatow Blauweiss/Chinese Ceramics from the Collection of Ignazio Vok, Koln, 1983, pl. 99.... [Lire la suite]

24 octobre 2017

A large polychrome vase, Transitional Period

Lot 116. A large polychrome vase, Transitional Period. Estimate 15,000 — 20,000 USD. Lot sold 38,400 USD. Photo: Sothebys. of slender ovoid form painted in underglaze-blue and three shades of green, yellow, red, aubergine and black enamels with the scene of a nobleman flanked by military guards and officials, seated on a throne in a tented pavilion in a terraced garden, before three kneeling courtiers bearing respectively a boot, a wine bottle and a jue, a fourth standing on the side holding a... [Lire la suite]
Posté par Alain Truong à 20:36 - - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
Tags : ,
02 janvier 2014

A rare polychrome vase for the Japanese market. Late 16th century

A rare polychrome vase for the Japanese market. Late 16th century. Photo courtesy Bonhams. Enamelled in iron-red, green and yellow with a boy flanked by two maids on one side, and a horse accompanied by two ladies holding fans on the other, surrounded by pine and wutong trees, all between a border of scrolling lotus above and a row of lappets below. 24cm (9½in) high. Estimate £20,000 - 25,000 (€24,000 - 30,000). Unsold. Provenance: Christie's London, 11 December 1989, lot 202 Bonhams. FINE CHINESE ART. London, New Bond Street. 7... [Lire la suite]