20 septembre 2017

A 'Fahua' reticulated jar, Ming dynasty (1368-1644)

  Lot 826. A 'Fahua' reticulated jar, Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Height 15 in., 38.1 cm. Estimate 4,000 — 6,000 USD. Lot sold 6,000 USD. © Sotheby's. of baluster form, the openwork outer layer depicting eight scholars conversing and imbibing wine amidst branches of bristling pine and craggy rockwork, all between a band of upright lappets and an openwork row of leafy blooms, further lappets and detached clouds on the short neck, in blue, turquoise, yellow, white and... [Lire la suite]

25 juillet 2010

Doccia white-glazed reticulated jar, beakers and a Bow cup & Capodimonte beakers and a cup and saucer, 18th century

A Doccia white-glazed reticulated jar. Circa 1745-47. photo Bonhams The ovoid form with waisted neck, pierced around the sides with a wide band of moulded flowers and leaves including roses and narcissi, above a waisted foot with grooved bands, 10.7cm high (some losses to the relief moulding) - Sold for £3,840 Provenance: The Crane Collection. Based on the earlier Chinese or Meissen prototypes, pierced decoration of the style on the present lot is considered to be early in the Doccia factory's production. For a pierced... [Lire la suite]
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