Chinese blanc de Chine Guanyin seated on a pierced rockwork throne in the position of royal ease, rajalalitasana, with hands in front of her raised right knee, wearing long ﬂowing robes draped over the rockwork and extending to a cowl, her right foot exposed, wearing an elaborate lingzhi and jewelled necklace and ruyi-head tiara, covered in a cream glaze.
7 inches, 17.8 cm high.
Late Ming dynasty, circa 1640.
Available on request.
Provenance & Additional Information
- From the collection of Patrick Huth Jackson (1922-2009).
- A similar Guanyin, from The Hickley Collection, Singapore, is illustrated by Rose Kerr & John Ayers in Blanc de Chine, Porcelain from Dehua, no. 5.