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AN EXCEPIONAL QINGBAI RETICULATED GOAT FORM CENSER, YUAN DYNASTY
Katalognummer: CA1218-042
Reticulated, carved and molded porcelain with Qingbai glaze
China, Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368)

This rare Qingbai censer is made in the figural shape of a reclining goat. The animal is depicted in a mythical manner, showing no horns yet a lot of longevity and immortality symbolism such as the Lingzhi shapes at his harness. The lid is reticulated and has a lingzhi knop. The crazed Qingbai glaze is deep turquoise in places where the glaze is running thickly and light pale in other areas.

Shape: Figural
Weight: 743 grams
Dimensions: length is 22.5 cm
Condition: good condition with chip to left ear, one nibble to lip and the other to left back hoof
Provenance: acquired at John Sparks, London – old label on the underside, British private estate

Auction result comparison: for a related archaistic Qingbai censer see Christie’s, Leisurely Delights of a Transient Life, 30 May 2018, HONG KONG, Lot 2983. For a figural Qingbai water dropper see Christie’s, Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, New York, 19 September 2006, Lot 218.

元代青白瑞羊形香爐
青白釉陶瓷,鏤空,雕塑
中國,元代(1279-1368)

造型:動物造型
重量: 743 克
尺寸: 長 22.5 厘米
品相:良好,左耳有小裂口,唇部與左邊後腿有磕碰
來源:購於倫敦John Sparks,底部老標籤

Nachverkauf:  verkauft/sold

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