© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
A LIDDED QING DYNASTY FAMILLE VERTE BALUSTER JAR ‘EIGHT IMMORTALS’
Katalognummer: CA0918-024
Porcelain with iron red, underglaze blue and multi-colored enamels in Famille Verte palette
China
Qing Dynasty (1644-1912, possibly as early as Kangxi period ca. 1700)

This masterly hand painted porcelain jar and cover shows iron red outlines and multi colored enamels throughout, in high relief. Depicted is the group of the eight immortals, Baxian, in a picturesque landscape with geometrically rendered rocks and trees. The immortals are playing with a kite. Seven of the lucky gods are at the outer body of the vessel, one is on the lid, next to a young servant. The kite motif is also seen at the decorative border at the shoulder of the vessel.

The neck of the jar shows a floral motif as does the knob of the lid. The underside bears an underglaze blue double-circle.

Shape: Baluster shape
Dimensions: Height 45 cm
Weight: 6,4 kilograms
Condition: Overall very good condition, one firing fault (not a crack) at the underside, resulting in a thin hairline at the lower part of the vessel
Provenance: Hungarian private collection

清代精美”八仙”硬彩罐
陶瓷,多色硬彩
中國,清朝(1644-1912年,應為康熙年間約1700年)
品相良好
匈牙利私人收藏

Nachverkauf:  verkauft/sold

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