252
252

PROPERTY FROM THE JUNKUNC COLLECTION

TWO SILK KESI FRAGMENTS MOUNTED AS A HANGING SCROLL YUAN - QING DYNASTY
Estimate
20,00030,000
JUMP TO LOT
252

PROPERTY FROM THE JUNKUNC COLLECTION

TWO SILK KESI FRAGMENTS MOUNTED AS A HANGING SCROLL YUAN - QING DYNASTY
Estimate
20,00030,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

|
New York

TWO SILK KESI FRAGMENTS MOUNTED AS A HANGING SCROLL YUAN - QING DYNASTY
comprising a silk roundel centered with a large peony blossom borne on a leafy branch and surrounded by further foliate branches laden with six resplendent blooms and new buds, traces of green and black pigment, Yuan / Ming dynasty; and a rectangular fragment centered with a pendent peony blossom suspended from a pair of twisting vines sprouting curling leaves and round buds, segments of the vines creeping upward and interweaving with the angular scrollwork at the upper corners, the blue and green dyes preserved, Qing dynasty, Kangxi / Yongzheng period, both mounted as a hanging scroll
Width of larger 15 1/4  in.; 38.7 cm
Read Condition Report Read Condition Report

Provenance

Collection of Stephen Junkunc, III (d. 1978). 

Important Chinese Art

|
New York