© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
© Galerie Zacke
Katalognummer: AB0319-0665
FOUR CHINESE GLAZED CERAMIC VESSELS, MING TO QING DYNASTY
Glazed ceramic
China, Ming (1368-1644) to Qing dynasty (1644-1912)

This mixed lot of Chinese glazed ceramic vessels includes an archaistic fangding with a partial, light blue glaze; a small hexagonal pot with an expressive green-blue glaze with fine craquelure, showing a framed relief with floral depictions on each side; a baluster vase with an oxblood glaze, exhibiting a flowing pattern with almost black stripes and a light blue glaze in some areas around the foot, as well as a black mark or character which is unrecognizable due to age on the recessed base; and a larger pot vessel with a slightly ribbed, tapering shape, a short, slanting neck and a flared lip, and a greenish-grey glaze with fine craquelure.

Dimensions: HEIGHT SMALL POT 9.4 CM, DIAMETER SMALL POT 10.5 CM, HEIGHT FANGDING 12.3 CM, WIDTH FANGDING 13.2 C, HEIGHT 18.3 CM, HEIGHT LARGE POT 19 CM
Condition: The vase shows one restoration on the lip and damage on the foot, otherwise good condition
Provenance: Austrian private collection

Nachverkauf:  sold/verkauft

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