Thu, 29th Sep 2022 13:00

DAY 1 - TWO-DAY AUCTION - Fine Chinese Art / 中國藝術集珍 / Buddhism & Hinduism

 
  Lot 89
 

89

A BLUE AND WHITE ‘DRAGON’ DISH, JIAQING MARK AND PERIOD
嘉慶款與年代青花開光龍紋盤

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€4,000
Estimate
€8,000
 

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China, 1796-1820. The shallow rounded sides rising from a short tapered foot to an everted rim, vividly painted to the interior in inky tones of cobalt-blue with a central medallion enclosing a five-clawed dragon writhing among flames and reaching for a flaming pearl, within a double-line border repeated at the rim, the reverse with two dragons striding in the same pursuit, enclosed by double-line borders below the rim and above the foot. The recessed base with an underglaze-blue six-character seal mark da Qing Jiaqing nianzhi and of the period.

Provenance: From the collection of Seymour Stein, New York. Seymour Stein (b. 1942) is an American entrepreneur and music executive. He co-founded Sire Records and signed bands that became central to the new wave era of the 1970s and 80s, including the Talking Heads, the Ramones, and The Pretenders. His most famous discovery was Madonna, whom he signed in 1982. Ice-T wrote about Stein in his autobiography, stating: “He's cut from that cloth of the old-time music executives like Clive Davis, but he's way more eccentric... Just a little more bizarre, a bit more avant-garde, more of an edgy cat.” Seymour Stein started collecting art in his early twenties, when he worked for Polydor records. During his breaks, he started to explore Sotheby’s nearby showroom on London’s New Bond Street and occasionally bought Chinese porcelain. “Antiques seemed like a natural partner for records,” he wrote. “You had to learn genres, meet dealers, spot details, figure out value, and above all, find the treasures.” Speaking of Mr. Stein, Madonna noted, “In art, as well as music, Seymour has always been ahead of the trends.”
Condition: Good condition with only minor wear and minimal firing irregularities, the rim with three near-invisible and very short hairlines. Please request a detailed condition report video, shot under strong blue light, for further documentation of the condition of this lot.

Weight: 317.0 g
Dimensions: Diameter 19.5 cm

Auction result comparison:
Type: Closely related
Auction: Sotheby’s Hong Kong, 26 May 2014, lot 642
Price: HKD 100,000 or approx. EUR 15,000 converted and adjusted for inflation at the time of writing
Description: A fine blue and white ‘dragon’ dish, seal mark and period of Jiaqing
Expert remark: Note the smaller size (16.5 cm)



嘉慶款與年代青花開光龍紋盤
中國,1796-1820年。敞口弧壁,圈足,胎質堅致白皙,釉汁瑩潤如玉。盤心開光立龍戲珠圖,外壁對稱飾趕珠龍紋,雲龍蒼健兇猛。畫面極為疏朗,筆觸細膩,青花髮色淡雅明快。圈足底青花篆書“大清嘉慶年製”款。

來源:紐約 Seymour Stein收藏。Seymour Stein (生於1942年) 是一位美國企業家和音樂主管。他與人共同創立了 Sire 唱片,並簽約了1970 年代和 80 年代新浪潮時代重要樂隊,包括 Talking Heads、Ramones 和 The Pretenders。他旗下最著名藝人是麥當娜,他與其1982 年簽約。Ice-T 在自傳中寫到了Stein,稱:“他脫離了像克萊夫戴維斯這樣的舊時代音樂高管,但他更加古怪......只是更奇異一點,更前衛一點,更像一隻前衛的貓。”Seymour Stein 在 20 歲時收集藝術品,當時他為 Polydor 唱片公司工作。休息期間,他頻繁拜訪位於倫敦新邦德街附近的蘇富比陳列室,偶爾購買中國瓷器。“古董似乎是記錄的天然夥伴,”他寫道。“你必須學習流派、會見經銷商、發現細節、找出價值,最重要的是,找到寶藏。” 談到Stein先生,麥當娜指出:“在藝術和音樂方面,Seymour 一直走在潮流的前面。”
品相:狀況良好,只有輕微磨損和極少的燒製不規則,邊緣有三個幾乎看不見的非常短冲綫。請索取詳細的在強藍光下拍攝的狀況報告視頻,以進一步瞭解拍品詳細情況。

重量:317.0 克
尺寸:直徑19.5 厘米

拍賣結果比較:
形制:非常相近
拍賣:香港蘇富比,2014年5月26日,lot 642
價格:HKD 100,000(相當於今日EUR 15,000
描述:清嘉慶青花「趕珠雲龍」圖盤,《大清嘉慶年製》款
專家評論:請注意尺寸較小(16.5 厘米)。

 
 

China, 1796-1820. The shallow rounded sides rising from a short tapered foot to an everted rim, vividly painted to the interior in inky tones of cobalt-blue with a central medallion enclosing a five-clawed dragon writhing among flames and reaching for a flaming pearl, within a double-line border repeated at the rim, the reverse with two dragons striding in the same pursuit, enclosed by double-line borders below the rim and above the foot. The recessed base with an underglaze-blue six-character seal mark da Qing Jiaqing nianzhi and of the period.

Provenance: From the collection of Seymour Stein, New York. Seymour Stein (b. 1942) is an American entrepreneur and music executive. He co-founded Sire Records and signed bands that became central to the new wave era of the 1970s and 80s, including the Talking Heads, the Ramones, and The Pretenders. His most famous discovery was Madonna, whom he signed in 1982. Ice-T wrote about Stein in his autobiography, stating: “He's cut from that cloth of the old-time music executives like Clive Davis, but he's way more eccentric... Just a little more bizarre, a bit more avant-garde, more of an edgy cat.” Seymour Stein started collecting art in his early twenties, when he worked for Polydor records. During his breaks, he started to explore Sotheby’s nearby showroom on London’s New Bond Street and occasionally bought Chinese porcelain. “Antiques seemed like a natural partner for records,” he wrote. “You had to learn genres, meet dealers, spot details, figure out value, and above all, find the treasures.” Speaking of Mr. Stein, Madonna noted, “In art, as well as music, Seymour has always been ahead of the trends.”
Condition: Good condition with only minor wear and minimal firing irregularities, the rim with three near-invisible and very short hairlines. Please request a detailed condition report video, shot under strong blue light, for further documentation of the condition of this lot.

Weight: 317.0 g
Dimensions: Diameter 19.5 cm

Auction result comparison:
Type: Closely related
Auction: Sotheby’s Hong Kong, 26 May 2014, lot 642
Price: HKD 100,000 or approx. EUR 15,000 converted and adjusted for inflation at the time of writing
Description: A fine blue and white ‘dragon’ dish, seal mark and period of Jiaqing
Expert remark: Note the smaller size (16.5 cm)



嘉慶款與年代青花開光龍紋盤
中國,1796-1820年。敞口弧壁,圈足,胎質堅致白皙,釉汁瑩潤如玉。盤心開光立龍戲珠圖,外壁對稱飾趕珠龍紋,雲龍蒼健兇猛。畫面極為疏朗,筆觸細膩,青花髮色淡雅明快。圈足底青花篆書“大清嘉慶年製”款。

來源:紐約 Seymour Stein收藏。Seymour Stein (生於1942年) 是一位美國企業家和音樂主管。他與人共同創立了 Sire 唱片,並簽約了1970 年代和 80 年代新浪潮時代重要樂隊,包括 Talking Heads、Ramones 和 The Pretenders。他旗下最著名藝人是麥當娜,他與其1982 年簽約。Ice-T 在自傳中寫到了Stein,稱:“他脫離了像克萊夫戴維斯這樣的舊時代音樂高管,但他更加古怪......只是更奇異一點,更前衛一點,更像一隻前衛的貓。”Seymour Stein 在 20 歲時收集藝術品,當時他為 Polydor 唱片公司工作。休息期間,他頻繁拜訪位於倫敦新邦德街附近的蘇富比陳列室,偶爾購買中國瓷器。“古董似乎是記錄的天然夥伴,”他寫道。“你必須學習流派、會見經銷商、發現細節、找出價值,最重要的是,找到寶藏。” 談到Stein先生,麥當娜指出:“在藝術和音樂方面,Seymour 一直走在潮流的前面。”
品相:狀況良好,只有輕微磨損和極少的燒製不規則,邊緣有三個幾乎看不見的非常短冲綫。請索取詳細的在強藍光下拍攝的狀況報告視頻,以進一步瞭解拍品詳細情況。

重量:317.0 克
尺寸:直徑19.5 厘米

拍賣結果比較:
形制:非常相近
拍賣:香港蘇富比,2014年5月26日,lot 642
價格:HKD 100,000(相當於今日EUR 15,000
描述:清嘉慶青花「趕珠雲龍」圖盤,《大清嘉慶年製》款
專家評論:請注意尺寸較小(16.5 厘米)。

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