清代瓷器:三家私人珍藏

这个展览包含包含了从十九世纪末至今三位备受尊敬的藏家的旧藏。

唐绍仪1912年担任中华民国首任国务总理。他钟爱收藏中国官窑瓷器,然而1938年军统利用他的这一爱好,乔装为古董商将其在家中杀害。

法国人Henry Mazot于二十世纪二十年代到四十年在在北平居住工作,并最终成为汇理银行主席。在此期间他建立了自己的中国瓷器收藏。

Jeffrey Stamen是一位热忱的中国瓷器藏家,他对康熙瓷的深刻见解和研究在业内享有盛誉。他是Marchant多年的挚友。

焦点展品包括康熙青花釉里红螃蟹鱼藻纹大盘、康熙青花海屋添筹图盘、康熙青釉刻螭龙穿芝纹笔筒、康熙洒蓝地釉里三色八仙祝寿图观音瓶、雍正红釉碗和康熙黄地绿彩龙纹寿字碗。

商品
  • M4517

    £23,000

    Pair of Chinese imperial porcelain small yellow glazed thinly potted saucer dishes, each covered overall in an even yellow glaze extending to the base. 4 1/4 inches, 10.8 cm diameter. The bases with six-character marks of Guangxu and of the period, 1875-1908.

  • R9991/3

    £15,000

    Pair of Chinese imperial porcelain small yellow ground saucer dishes, each incised in green and aubergine with two five-clawed dragons in pursuit of a flaming pearl amongst stylised flames and clouds, encircled by six branches of peach flowers and fruits, the underside of each with two dragons between lingzhi branches. 4 1/4 inches, 10.8 cm diameter. The bases with six-character marks of Guangxu and of the period, 1875-1908.

  • M4725/6

    £20,000

    Pair of Chinese porcelain café au lait ground fencai, famille rose enamelled large saucer dishes, each painted with a central group of flowering orchids issuing from rockwork between branches of bamboo and flowering prunus, beneath butterflies in flight and a branch of flowering chrysanthemum, all within a gilt rim, the reverse with four groups of lingzhi  fungus amongst grass also on a café au lait ground. 9 5/8 inches, 24.5 cm diameter. The bases with six-character sealmarks of Daoguang in iron-red and of the period, 1821-1850.

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  • R9955

    £15,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain saucer dish painted on a yellow ground and incised with a green and aubergine five-clawed dragon encircling a flaming pearl amongst stylised clouds and flames, the underside with aubergine grapes and green leaves on a yellow ground extending to the base. 5 1/4 inches, 13.3 cm diameter. The base with a six-character mark of Tongzhi and of the period, 1862-1874.

  • M4714/5

    £20,000

    Pair of Chinese imperial porcelain bowls of almost conical form, each painted on the exterior in fencai, famille rose enamels with butterflies in flight amongst flowering daisy and camellia above grass, the interiors glazed white, the rims with traces of original gilding. 6 1/8 inches, 15.5 cm diameter. The bases with six-character marks of Tongzhi in underglaze blue and of the period, 1862-1874.

  • M4511

    £25,000

    Pair of Chinese imperial porcelain yellow ground bowls with gently flared rims, each incised and painted on the exterior with two green five-clawed dragons in pursuit of flaming pearls amongst stylised flames and ruyi -head clouds, above a band of ruyi -heads and beneath a band of scrolling foliage, the well of each interior incised with a shou -character medallion within a double ring. 3 15/16  inches, 10 cm diameter.

  • M4542

    £28,000

    Pair of Chinese imperial porcelain saucer dishes, each painted on a yellow ground and incised with a green and aubergine five-clawed dragon encircling a flaming pearl amongst stylised clouds and flames, the reverse incised with cranes in flight between ruyi-head clouds on a yellow ground extending to the base. 5 5/8  inches, 14.3 cm diameter. The bases with six-character marks of Guangxu and of the period, 1875-1908.

  • M4707

    £38,000

    Chinese porcelain fencai, famille rose jardinière of circular deep form with flat everted rim, painted on the exterior in a continuous scene with Zhong Kui, the Demon Queller, riding a piebald horse beside his attendant carrying a chest and wrapped qin, while accompanying his sister, Mei’er, to her wedding, she is seated and being pushed in a wheeled sedan chair, beneath overhanging willow and beside rockwork, beneath the moon and clouds, the base unglazed with an ink three-character mark. 9 ¼ inches, 23.5 cm diameter; 6 ¾ inches, 17.2 cm high. Yongzheng period, 1723-1735.

  • M4566

    £58,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain yellow ground saucer dish incised in the centre and painted with a green and aubergine five-clawed dragon in pursuit of a flaming pearl amongst stylised flames, within a double aubergine ring, the underside decorated with grapes and leaves also on a yellow ground extending to the base. 5 1/4 inches, 13.3 cm diameter. The base with a six-character mark of Qianlong within a double ring and of the period, 1736-1795.

  • M4639

    £22,000

    Chinese porcelain celadon ground bottle vase with rounded body and ribbed cylindrical neck in imitation of bamboo, with upright galleried rim covered overall in an even pale celadon glaze extending to the interior and the base. 7 1/4 inches, 18.5 cm high. Qianlong period, 1736-1795.

  • M4567

    £23,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain saucer dish painted on a yellow ground and incised with a green and aubergine five-clawed dragon encircling a flaming pearl amongst stylised clouds and flames, the underside with aubergine grapes and green leaves on a yellow ground extending to the base. 5 1/4 inches, 13.3 cm diameter. The base with a six-character sealmark of Jiaqing and of the period, 1796-1820.

  • M4658

    £35,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain blue ground iron-red dragon saucer dish with gently lipped rim, painted in the centre with a Ming-style five-clawed dragon on an underglaze blue crested-wave medallion encircled by two pairs of double lines, the underside with nine small dragons depicted in a variety of positions on a crested-wave ground beneath a band of flowerheads. 7 inches, 17.7 cm diameter. The base with a six-character sealmark of Daoguang in underglaze blue and of the period, 1821-1850.

  • M4569

    £18,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain saucer dish painted on a yellow ground and incised with a green and aubergine five-clawed dragon encircling a flaming pearl amongst stylised clouds and flames, the underside with aubergine grapes and green leaves on a yellow ground extending to the base. 5 1/8 inches, 13 cm diameter. The base with a six-character sealmark of Daoguang and of the period, 1821-1850.

  • M4645

    £20,000

    Chinese porcelain wucai, famille verte brush pot, bitong, painted on the exterior with four carp, one in blue enamels with green fins and tail, one in green enamels with blue fins and tail, a leaping carp in iron-red and a smaller carp in white enamel with green fins and tail, all amongst aquatic plants, weeds, grass and roe, the base unglazed with a small recessed white glazed centre.

  • M4636

    £POA

    Chinese imperial porcelain thinly potted deep bowl with gently flared rim, covered on the exterior and interior with a bright copper-red glaze slightly pooling towards the foot, the rim glazed white.

  • R9952

    £30,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain saucer dish painted on a yellow ground and incised with a green and aubergine five-clawed dragon encircling a flaming pearl amongst stylised clouds and flames, the underside with aubergine grapes and green leaves on a yellow ground extending to the base.

  • M4537

    £58,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain thinly potted yellow ground green dragon bowl, incised on the exterior with two five-clawed dragons in pursuit of flaming pearls, amongst stylised clouds and flames, above a band of interlocked ruyi-heads and beneath a single scroll branch with leaves, the interior carved in the well with a shou -character, within a double incised ring in green glaze.

  • M4660

    £POA

    Chinese porcelain brush pot, bitong, incised with three chi-dragons amongst branches of lingzhi on a dense foliate ground, between double lines at the foot and triangular diagonal pattern at the rim, covered on the exterior in an even pale celadon glaze, the rim and interior glazed white, the partially unglazed base with an indented glazed centre with underglaze blue mark of Xuande.

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