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PROPERTY FROM A HONG KONG PRIVATE COLLECTION

A RARE YELLOW-GLAZED BOWL WANLI MARK AND PERIOD 
Estimate
40,00060,000
JUMP TO LOT
169

PROPERTY FROM A HONG KONG PRIVATE COLLECTION

A RARE YELLOW-GLAZED BOWL WANLI MARK AND PERIOD 
Estimate
40,00060,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A RARE YELLOW-GLAZED BOWL WANLI MARK AND PERIOD 
with shallow rounded sides rising from a short foot ring to a gently flared rim, covered overall with a rich egg yolk-yellow glaze, the white-glazed base with the six-character mark in underglaze blue within a double ring, Japanese box (3) 
Diameter 6 5/8  in., 16.9 cm
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Provenance

Japanese Private Collection. 
Christie's Hong Kong, 30th May 2005, lot 1461.  

Catalogue Note

A slightly larger yellow-glazed bowl with a Wanli reign mark and of the period is in the Percival David Foundation included in the Illustrated Catalogue of Ming and Qing Monochrome Wares, Section 6, London, 1989, cat. no. 543. See also a bowl from the W.A. Evill Collection and included in the exhibition Monochrome Porcelains, Oriental Ceramic Society, London, 1948, cat. no. 182, sold in our London rooms, 30th November 1965, lot 53.

Important Chinese Art

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New York