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Catalog Number: CA0420-016
A PAIR OF GOLD-SPLASHED BRONZE VASES, QING DYNASTY
China, 18th century. The archaistic vessels with facetted, waisted bodies rising to a trumpet mouth, each side with a looped handle, all raised on a splayed foot, the rich bronze surface artfully flecked with irregular gold splashes. (2)

Provenance: Georg Weifert (1850-1937) and thence by descent in the same family. Weifert was a Serbo-Austrian industrialist and the first governor of the Federal Bank of the Kingdom of Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. During his lifetime he acquired a substantial art collection and was a frequent buyer of Chinese art in Paris between the wars.
Condition: Fine condition with traces of wear and use, good patina, minor nicks here and there, some scratches inside the vase.

Weight: 541.6 g and 527.9 g respectively
Dimensions: Height 20.2 cm each

一對灑金象耳銅瓶,清代
中國,十八世紀。仿古銅瓶四方葵口,收腰,兩側各有象鼻耳,脚外撇,四方足,青銅表面灑金,呈不規則狀。

來源:Georg Weifert (1850-1937)收藏,同一家族保存至今 。Weifert曾爲塞爾維亞中央銀行大班以及塞爾維亞、克羅地亞與斯洛文尼亞聯邦銀行大班。在世時,他收集了很多藝術品,曾是戰時巴黎重要的中國藝術品買家。
品相:品相良好,磨損和使用痕跡,包漿良好,局部輕微刻痕,瓶内一些劃痕。

重量:分別為541.6 克與527.9克
尺寸:各高20.2 厘米

Post Auction:  Sold/Verkauft

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