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A WHITE AND RUSSET JADE MINIATURE ARCHAISTIC VASE, LATE MING TO MID-QING
明末至清代中期白玉仿古小瓶

China, 17th-18th century. Finely carved and hollowed in imitation of an archaic bronze vessel, the long sides neatly incised with lotus and bamboo surrounded by chilong scrolls, the foot and mouth with key-fret bands. The stone of a white tone with russet veins.

Provenance: British private collection.
Condition: Very good condition with minor wear and microscopic nibbling to the edges, the stone with natural fissures, some of which may have developed into small hairline cracks over time.

Weight: 50.6 g
Dimensions: Height 6.1 cm

Auction result comparison: Compare with a related miniature archaistic vase (7 cm) of hu form and carved from light brown jade, dated to the Song dynasty, at Sotheby’s Hong Kong in Chinese Art on 2 December 2016, lot 568, sold for HKD 437,500. Compare also with a related miniature fanggu from the Qianlong period (9 cm) at Sotheby’s Hong Kong in Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on 11 April 2008, lot 3083, sold for HKD 125,000.

明末至清代中期白玉仿古小瓶
中國,十七至十八世紀。精細雕刻,仿古青銅器皿形制,中央開光雕刻蓮花和竹子,四周螭龍紋,瓶口邊緣和足部修飾雷紋。白玉内有赤褐色脈絡。

來源:英國私人收藏
品相:狀況極佳,略有磨損,並且在邊緣處有微小的磕損,石料内有天然裂縫,隨著時間的流逝,其中一些可能會發展成細小的裂縫。

重量: 50.6 克
尺寸:高6.1 厘米

拍賣結果比較:一件相似宋代微型仿古壺形瓶 (7 厘米) 見香港蘇富比Chinese Art 拍場2016年12月2日lot 568, 售價HKD 437,500. 另一件乾隆微型方觚 (9 厘米) 見香港蘇富比Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art 拍場2008年4月 11日 lot 3083, 售價HKD 125,000.

Sold for €854

including Buyer's Premium


 

China, 17th-18th century. Finely carved and hollowed in imitation of an archaic bronze vessel, the long sides neatly incised with lotus and bamboo surrounded by chilong scrolls, the foot and mouth with key-fret bands. The stone of a white tone with russet veins.

Provenance: British private collection.
Condition: Very good condition with minor wear and microscopic nibbling to the edges, the stone with natural fissures, some of which may have developed into small hairline cracks over time.

Weight: 50.6 g
Dimensions: Height 6.1 cm

Auction result comparison: Compare with a related miniature archaistic vase (7 cm) of hu form and carved from light brown jade, dated to the Song dynasty, at Sotheby’s Hong Kong in Chinese Art on 2 December 2016, lot 568, sold for HKD 437,500. Compare also with a related miniature fanggu from the Qianlong period (9 cm) at Sotheby’s Hong Kong in Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on 11 April 2008, lot 3083, sold for HKD 125,000.

明末至清代中期白玉仿古小瓶
中國,十七至十八世紀。精細雕刻,仿古青銅器皿形制,中央開光雕刻蓮花和竹子,四周螭龍紋,瓶口邊緣和足部修飾雷紋。白玉内有赤褐色脈絡。

來源:英國私人收藏
品相:狀況極佳,略有磨損,並且在邊緣處有微小的磕損,石料内有天然裂縫,隨著時間的流逝,其中一些可能會發展成細小的裂縫。

重量: 50.6 克
尺寸:高6.1 厘米

拍賣結果比較:一件相似宋代微型仿古壺形瓶 (7 厘米) 見香港蘇富比Chinese Art 拍場2016年12月2日lot 568, 售價HKD 437,500. 另一件乾隆微型方觚 (9 厘米) 見香港蘇富比Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art 拍場2008年4月 11日 lot 3083, 售價HKD 125,000.

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