AUCTION 73 17. September 2022
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882   Pair of large celadon-glazed vases with lotus decoration, Tianqiuping. China. Probably late Qing Dynasty, 19th cent.

Qingbai Ware 960 n. Chr. – Mitte 14. Jh. Jiangxi

Porcelain. White porcelain, the outer walls glossy celadon-coloured, inside glazed greyish-white. The walls with chrysanthemum blossom and leaf decoration in low relief. A stylised lotus leaf border all around the stand. Glazed bottom, unmarked. On wooden lotus bases.

Provenance: family property since 1954, gift of a diplomat from the Chinese state government.

The rim of the mouth of a vase with three small glaze flaws and a t-shaped stress crack in the glaze at the neck. The outer walls with isolated dot-like inclusions, blowholes, small glaze defects and rubbing as well as unevenness in the mass. One vase with a very small fire crack. The glaze of the inner walls with numerous blowholes.

H. 54,5 cm.

12.000-20.000 €
sold at
10.000 €

Prices shown are estimate prices. The majority of the lots is taxed according to "Differenzbesteuerung", so there is no V.A.T. on the item itself.

* Item of artist registered with the VG Bildkunst, upon which a droit-de-suite fee will be raised, are marked as "Droit-de-suite of 2,5 % applies"". (conditions of sale paragr. 7.4.)