12 mars 2008

A group of four painted pottery funerary vessels - Han Dynasty

A group of four painted pottery funerary vessels - Han Dynasty Including two cocoon jars, one hu-form jar and one duck-headed bottle, each with painted decoration (chips, surfaces repainted).Tallest jar 15 1/2in (39.5cm) high - Sold for $1,200 plus Premium and tax Copyright © 2002-2007 Bonhams 1793 Ltd., Images and Text All Rights Reserved Bonhams. Decorative Art, 3 Mar 2008. 220 San Bruno Ave., San Francisco
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12 mars 2008

A two-section painted pottery model of a horse - Han Dynasty

A two-section painted pottery model of a horse - Han Dynasty Including the elongated body and the well-modeled head with its spreading neck, the surfaces showing extensive burial deposits, traces of carmine and white gesso (losses). 21 12in (54.5cm) long - Sold for $1,900 plus Premium and tax Copyright © 2002-2007 Bonhams 1793 Ltd., Images and Text All Rights Reserved Bonhams. Decorative Art, 3 Mar 2008. 220 San Bruno Ave., San Francisco
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12 mars 2008

Two similar blue and white deep bowls - Kangxi Period, One with Kangxi Mark

Two similar blue and white deep bowls - Kangxi Period, One with Kangxi Mark Each displaying identical dragon panels on a diaper band along the interior of the flared rim and a phoenix roundel centering the floor that repeats on the exterior in alteration with a dragon and pearl roundel separated by similarly patterned lotus flower and leaf clusters, the six-character mark in regular script written on one recessed base and Liu Hai's toad forming the mark on the other, both drawn within a double ring (both restored).7 3/4in... [Lire la suite]
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