Fri, 15th Oct 2021 10:00

TWO-DAY AUCTION - Fine Chinese Art / 中國藝術集珍 / Buddhism & Hinduism

 
  Lot 113
 

113

A PALE CELADON JADE ‘ARCHAISTIC’ WASHER, EARLY QING DYNASTY
清初青白玉仿古筆洗

Sold for €3,539

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Lot details

China, 17th-18th century. The compressed globular body rising from a short tapered foot, the rounded sides incurving at the thick rim, encircled in low relief with two kui dragons, their sinuous bodies stylized in interlocking C-shaped scrolls. The stone of a pale celadon tone with russet veins and cloudy white inclusions. The recessed base finely carved in relief with a two-character mark.

Inscriptions: To the base, ‘Jing Wan’.

Provenance: From a private collection in the United Kingdom.
Condition: Excellent condition with only minor wear, the stone with natural fissures, some of which may have developed into small hairline cracks over time. The surface with a fine, unctuous polish overall.

Weight: 150.1 g (the washer) and 4.7 g (the spoon)
Dimensions: Width 8.6 cm (the washer, at the widest points), Length 9.6 cm (the spoon)

With a silvered metal spoon, dating from the Qing or Republic era, bearing an openworked handle enclosing a pearl. (2)

Auction result comparison: Compare a closely related yellow jade washer, dated 17th-18th century, with a similar circumferential band of archaistic kui dragons in the form of C-shaped scrolls and also with a metal spoon, at Sotheby’s Hong Kong, in Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on 8 April 2014, lot 3031, sold for HKD 1,720,000.

清初青白玉仿古筆洗
中國,十七至十八世紀。敞口,直頸,圓腹,淺圈足内凹。腹部淺浮雕一周紋飾,上髁閒一對夔龍,蜿蜒的龍身呈C形,環環相扣。淺青色調的玉料,帶有赤褐色的紋理和白色絮狀物。

款識:底部可見“精玩”二字。

來源:英國私人收藏。
品相:狀況極佳,輕微磨損,玉料有天然紋理,隨著時間的推移,其中一些可能會發展成細小的裂縫。 表面抛光精細。

重量:150.1 克 (玉洗),4.7 克 (勺)
尺寸:寬 8.6 厘米 (玉洗最寬處), 長 9.6 厘米 (勺)

鍍銀小勺,清或民國,尾端彎曲鏤空内含著一顆珍珠。

拍賣結果比較:一件相近十七至十八世紀黃玉洗,相似夔龍紋與C形紋,金屬勺,見香港蘇富比Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art 2014年4月8日 lot 3031, 售價HKD 1,720,000

 

China, 17th-18th century. The compressed globular body rising from a short tapered foot, the rounded sides incurving at the thick rim, encircled in low relief with two kui dragons, their sinuous bodies stylized in interlocking C-shaped scrolls. The stone of a pale celadon tone with russet veins and cloudy white inclusions. The recessed base finely carved in relief with a two-character mark.

Inscriptions: To the base, ‘Jing Wan’.

Provenance: From a private collection in the United Kingdom.
Condition: Excellent condition with only minor wear, the stone with natural fissures, some of which may have developed into small hairline cracks over time. The surface with a fine, unctuous polish overall.

Weight: 150.1 g (the washer) and 4.7 g (the spoon)
Dimensions: Width 8.6 cm (the washer, at the widest points), Length 9.6 cm (the spoon)

With a silvered metal spoon, dating from the Qing or Republic era, bearing an openworked handle enclosing a pearl. (2)

Auction result comparison: Compare a closely related yellow jade washer, dated 17th-18th century, with a similar circumferential band of archaistic kui dragons in the form of C-shaped scrolls and also with a metal spoon, at Sotheby’s Hong Kong, in Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on 8 April 2014, lot 3031, sold for HKD 1,720,000.

清初青白玉仿古筆洗
中國,十七至十八世紀。敞口,直頸,圓腹,淺圈足内凹。腹部淺浮雕一周紋飾,上髁閒一對夔龍,蜿蜒的龍身呈C形,環環相扣。淺青色調的玉料,帶有赤褐色的紋理和白色絮狀物。

款識:底部可見“精玩”二字。

來源:英國私人收藏。
品相:狀況極佳,輕微磨損,玉料有天然紋理,隨著時間的推移,其中一些可能會發展成細小的裂縫。 表面抛光精細。

重量:150.1 克 (玉洗),4.7 克 (勺)
尺寸:寬 8.6 厘米 (玉洗最寬處), 長 9.6 厘米 (勺)

鍍銀小勺,清或民國,尾端彎曲鏤空内含著一顆珍珠。

拍賣結果比較:一件相近十七至十八世紀黃玉洗,相似夔龍紋與C形紋,金屬勺,見香港蘇富比Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art 2014年4月8日 lot 3031, 售價HKD 1,720,000

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