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2 edition of Sale of fine and important late Ming and transitional porcelain found in the catalog.

Sale of fine and important late Ming and transitional porcelain

Christie"s Amsterdam B.V.

Sale of fine and important late Ming and transitional porcelain

the second and final part of the Hatcher collection, recently recovered from an Asian vessel in the South China Sea.

by Christie"s Amsterdam B.V.

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Published by Christie"s Amsterdam B.V. in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • China trade porcelain -- 17th century -- Catalogs,
  • Blue and white ware -- Catalogs,
  • Porcelain, Chinese -- Ming-Qing dynasties, 1368-1912 -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    Auction catalogue. Sales: Part.1 March 14,1984; Part. 2 June 12-13, 1984.

    GenreCatalogs
    ContributionsHatcher, Michael.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination97 p. :
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20690251M

    A FINE AND RARE DOUCAI 'CHICKEN' CUP YONGZHENG SIX-CHARACTER MARK IN UNDERGLAZE BLUE IN A DOUBLE SQUARE AND OF THE PERIOD () The cup is finely potted in imitation to its Ming prototype with gently flared sides, well-rendered around the exterior in soft translucent enamels and underglaze-blue tones to depict two cockerel-and-hen groups, each group . During the early and mid 18th Century Chinese polychrome porcelain decorations developed into groups we now describe as "families" such as Famille Verte, Famille Noire, Famille Jaune and Famille Rose.. Actually, if you visit the Musée Guimet in Paris, you will see immediately how Chinese porcelain looked to Albert Jacquemart () and why he in his book Histoire de la céramique choose.

    - A 'kraak porselein' blue and white bowl late Ming dynasty the steep sides painted on the exterior with panels of bamboo and fruiting and flowering plants, the interior with floral sprigs encircling a bird medallion 13 cm diameter.   Sale Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art. Hong Kong 29 May The Chinese porcelain category can seem daunting to a new collector. Here, specialist Margaret Gristina offers tips for narrowing the scope of field LATE MING-EARLY QING DYNASTY. Price realised HKD 7,, Follow. Lot

    Antique Bibles For Sale. 17 Gold 17 White 17 Carved 17 Rare 17 Natural 17 Pair 17 Buddha 17 Century 17 Period 17 Cloisonne 17 Jadeite 17 Sculpture 17 Ming 17 Deco 17 Dragon 17 China 17 Dushan 17 Qing 17 Gilt 17 Kangxi. Vintage Chinese Blue And White Porcelain . The spring season’s four sales of Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on Wednesday, May 29 achieved HK$,, (US$75,,), and sold in excess of 71% by lot and 81% by value.


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Sale of fine and important late Ming and transitional porcelain by Christie"s Amsterdam B.V. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The five sales of Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art set multiple records and achieved a combined total of HK$ billion / US$ million (estimated total: HK$ million / US$96 million*). Top lot of the sale was an Important Blue and White Ewer from the Ming Dynasty, which sold for HK$18 million / US$ million.

Christie's auction catalogue: Fine And Important Late Ming And Transitional Porcelain, Recently Recovered from an Asian Vessel in the South China Sea. Property of Captain Michael Hatcher (Christie`s Amsterdam 14th March ) pages 63 to 64, illutrated on page   Sale Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art.

New York 22 March figure of Buddha, imperial robes and lacquer pieces from private collections, a Qianlong-period white jade washer, and fine Ming and Qing porcelain. MING DYNASTY, LATE 15TH-EARLY 1.

Antique Chinese Porcelain Late Ming Transitional circa Crane Birds Mark Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland A very nicely decorated plate from circa   The porcelain of the Ming Dynasty of China ( CE) benefitted, as did other arts, from the economic success of the 15th century CE, in particular, and the consequent surge in demand for quality handcraft production both at home and abroad.

The Ming dynasty is rightly famous for its fine ceramics and especially the cobalt blue-and-white porcelain produced in such towns as Jingdezhen in Author: Mark Cartwright. Chinese ceramics show a continuous development since pre-dynastic times and are one of the most significant forms of Chinese art and ceramics globally.

The first pottery was made during the Palaeolithic era. Chinese ceramics range from construction materials such as bricks and tiles, to hand-built pottery vessels fired in bonfires or kilns, to the sophisticated Chinese porcelain wares made for.

The arrangement in a circle is important as this is referring to the cyclic changes of the nature and is fundamental for the understanding of Chinese philosphy from its earliest beginning.

Condition Overall condition. Rimfritting, filled chip and hairline & Baseline. mm Period 17th century Ming. In this set there is a year old celadon bowl and a jarlet from Royal Nanhai (AD.

) is also a blue and white flower bowl and two porcelain spoons from the Desaru (c. ) addition, there is a deer plate, a kraak dish, a small deer saucer and a reign market fisherman bowl from the The Wanli (c. ) Shipwreck. Transitional Shunzhi Porcelain – Treasures from an Unknown Reign By: by Michael Butler, Stephen Little and Julia B.

Curtis. The Shunzhi era (), marking the end of the Ming Dynasty and the beginning of the Qing, was a transitional period in Chinese history. Sudoc Catalogue:: Livre / BookThe Private Collection of Captain M. Hatcher Fine and Important Late Ming And Transitional Porcelain: Vente à Amsterdam, Christie's Amsterdam B.

Cornelis Schuytstr 14 février A rare Ming dynasty 16 - 17th century bronze figure of seated Buddha, good condition no damage no restoration, some gilt loss on the surface, please see picture for detail, size: 28 cm height. Similar identical piece has been sold in Christie new york auction, Fine Chinese ceramic and work of art 19 - 20 September sale lot Aug 5, - Explore The Weathered Nest's board "pottery marks", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Pottery marks, Pottery, Ceramics.2K pins. RESULTS. Sotheby’s Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art sale brought a total of £8, Highlights included a pair of rare Green-Ground Famille-Rose Bottle Vases, Qianlong Seal Marks and Period which tripled the pre-sale low estimate to bring £, and an Imperial Gilt-Bronze Figure of Amitayus, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi Period that sold for £, against an estimate of £, That is why when these late Ming (–) and early Qing (–) wares from the seventeenth century appear on the market or in exhibition catalogues, the images are often given either an uninformative, matter-of-fact description such as “a man and a woman in a garden,” or they are vaguely attributed to one of several well-known.

Antique 17C Porcelain Late Ming Transitional Enamelled Famille Verte Plate Ma H in. Dm in. Chinese Export,Fish Bowl or Planter, Porcelain, hand painted, Early 20thC. Fine Ming to Qing Transitional Period Wucai Jar, circa We are pleased to offer an exceptionally rare and very fine quality ChineseMing To Kangxi Period Wucai and Underglaze Blue Jar, C.

The colors and quality of decoration is just exceptional in every regard. Sale Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art. New York 17 March Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on 17 March at New York Cookie Notice. We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic.

LATE MING-EARLY QING DYNASTY, 1 Price realised Follow. Find porcelain vase on sale now online. Shop porcelain vase available for purchase here. Toggle navigation. Kitchen Cabinet; Important Luxurious Vase Chinese Amphora Porcelain On Base Wood 48 in. Chinese Exquisite - $2, Fine Beautiful - $1, Fine large Ming dynasty Longquan celadon censer Violet East Gallery On Request Important Imperial Daoguang mark and period lavender glazed gourd vase Violet East Gallery On Request Chinese Song Dynasty Hutian Yinqing Foliated Dish GuYi Asian Art and Antiques $1, By the 13th C.

the stage was set for the next evolution in ceramics, a change which profoundly changed the world of porcelain and Chinese art. Fine under glaze blue and white porcelain. During the Yuan period ( AD) the Mongols ruled not only China but most of the settled lands west of China extending to the Danube river.

Following the sale of the porcelain cargo from Santa Catarina, it has been estimated that between at andmore than three million porcelain pieces were shipped to Europe by the Dutch alone. (26) Adding the even higher volume of porcelain for Southeast Asian markets, the total production at Jingdezhen was staggering.Yuegang benefited from the new policy and became an important international port of the late Ming period.

Zhangzhou, with its bountiful supply of raw materials for ceramics production and ease of transport by rivers to Yuegang, seized the opportunity and became an important production centre.This is the classic book on Kraak Porcelain and early Dutch market export wares.

The time period is limited to the decades before and after but, this book is important for the understanding of late Ming porcelain in a similar way as David Howard Armorial Porcelain I+II give the keys to the dating of all common 18th century export porcelain.