Fin de la vente: le 22 Octobre 2016
Lot 76 - An important and rare pair of doucai square porcelain jardinieres on stands - [...]
Adjudication sur abonnement
An important and rare pair of doucai square porcelain jardinieres on stands
dating: Qing (1644-1911)
Raised on dour, bracket-shape stands; each side is painted with a scroll of flowers featuring a continuous stem holding a yellow flower; also featuring three, violet flowers with violet, red and yellow buds; a band decorated with double pumpkins, leaves and iron-red bats on the smooth border; the enamels are encircled by blue, underglaze borders; four, vertical supports at the inside; each one features a drainage hole and pink, wooden vase support. Period: 18th-19th Century. A very similar pair of jardinieres doucai was sold at Christie’s, SALE 2689 – FINE CHINESE CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART; 21-22 March 2013, New York, Rockefeller Plaza; lot. 1553.
Provided with the original certificate of the Oriental Artland - 12th May 1960 in Hong Kong stating that the object, with the description and picture attached, was manufactured more than 100 years ago.
dimensions: dimensions 17 x 20 x 20 cm.
Thème : Céramique, Verrerie