20 septembre 2021

A Ge-type small cup, Yuan-Ming dynasty (1279-1644)

Lot 295. A Ge-type small cup, Yuan-Ming dynasty (1279-1644); 1 5/8in (4.2cm) high; 3 5/16 (8.4cm) diameter. Estimate US$ 3,000 - 5,000 (€ 2,600 - 4,300). Sold for US$ 4,845 (€ 4,163). © Bonhams 2001-2021 Raised on a small circular foot, the u-shaped cup flaring to an everted rim and covered in and out with a pale greenish-grey glaze suffused with an intricate crack crackle pooling thickly at the well. Property from the Estate of Robert P. Youngman. Note: For a Song dynasty Geyao precursor... [Lire la suite]

07 novembre 2019

A matched set of five small copper-red glazed cups, Yongzheng marks and period (1723-1735)

Lot 30. A matched set of five small copper-red glazed cups, Yongzheng marks and period (1723-1735). Diameter of the largest 7.5 cm, 2⅞ in. Estimate: 50,000 - 70,000 GBP. Lot sold 106,250 GBP. Photo Sotheby's. each with rounded sides rising from a short tapering foot, the exterior adorned with a rich crushed-raspberry glaze thinning to white at the rim and pooling to a darker tone around the foot, the interior and base glazed white, the base with a six-character reign mark within a circle in... [Lire la suite]
29 avril 2018

A small 'Junyao" cup, Song dynasty

Lot 64. A small 'Junyao" cup, Song dynasty (960-1279); 8.3cm, 3 1/2  in. Estimate 15,000 — 20,000 GBP. Lot Sold 35,000 GBP. Courtesy Sotheby's 2018. the rounded sides rising from a short spreading foot to a straight rim, covered in a thick lavender-blue glaze, thinning to a mushroom tone at the rim, Japanese wood box. Quantité: 2. Sotheby's. Important Chinese Art, London, 16 may 2018, 10:30 AM
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20 septembre 2016

A Ding ewer and two Ding small cups, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty (960-1234)

Lot 99. A Ding ewer and two Ding small cups, Northern Song-Jin Dynasty (960-1234). Estimate HKD 260,000 - HKD 400,000 (USD 33,666 - USD 51,794). Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2016.  The ewer is potted with an ovoid body supported on a short foot rising to an incurved rim forming a small opening. The shoulder is applied with a gently curved spout, surmounted by an arched handle with incised criss-cross lines terminating at a ruyi-head on one end and three flower stalks on the other, the ewer fitted with a... [Lire la suite]
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