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PROPERTY FROM THE JUNKUNC COLLECTION

A BLUE AND WHITE 'DRAGON' BOWL KANGXI MARK AND PERIOD
Estimate
30,00050,000
LOT SOLD. 37,500 USD
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PROPERTY FROM THE JUNKUNC COLLECTION

A BLUE AND WHITE 'DRAGON' BOWL KANGXI MARK AND PERIOD
Estimate
30,00050,000
LOT SOLD. 37,500 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

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A BLUE AND WHITE 'DRAGON' BOWL KANGXI MARK AND PERIOD
with rounded sides gently rising from a slightly tapered foot to a flared rim, the exterior painted in rich cobalt tones with two five-clawed dragons striding amidst flame scrolls each in pursuit of a 'flaming pearl', above a band of overlapping lappets and separated by two lingzhi sprigs each supporting a shaped cartouche enclosing fu and shou characters, all within double line borders, the interior with a circular medallion enclosing a single frontal dragon, the base with a six-character mark in underglaze blue within a double circle
Diameter 5 1/8  in., 13.2 cm 
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Provenance

Collection of Paul Baerwald (1871-1961). 
John Sparks, London, 29th June 1937.
Collection of Stephen Junkunc, III (d. 1978). 

Exhibited

An Exhibition of the Paul Baerwald Collection of Chinese Porcelain, John Sparks, London, 1937, cat. no. 53. 

Catalogue Note

Compare a similar bowl in the Powell-Cotton Collection, Kent, illustrated in Gordon Lang, The Powell-Cotton Collection of Chinese Ceramics, Birchington, 1988, pl. 82. A pair of bowls of this design were sold at Christie's London, 8th June 1992, lot 36, and a single bowl was sold in our London rooms, 11th July 1978, lot 213. 

Important Chinese Art

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