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PROPERTY OF A LADY

A PAIR OF INCISED YELLOW-GLAZED 'FLORAL' BOWLS KANGXI MARKS AND PERIOD
Estimate
10,00015,000
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372

PROPERTY OF A LADY

A PAIR OF INCISED YELLOW-GLAZED 'FLORAL' BOWLS KANGXI MARKS AND PERIOD
Estimate
10,00015,000
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Details & Cataloguing

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A PAIR OF INCISED YELLOW-GLAZED 'FLORAL' BOWLS KANGXI MARKS AND PERIOD
each with the deep rounded sides resting on a straight foot, the exterior incised with four floral medallions divided by ruyi clouds, all above a band of petal lappets, the interior with a similar medallion, covered overall with a rich egg-yolk yellow glaze, the base reserved in white and inscribed with a six-character mark in underglaze blue (2)
Diameter 4 3/4  in., 11.9 cm
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Provenance

Acquired prior to 1920s, and thence by descent.

Catalogue Note

For Kangxi mark and period bowls of this type, see a pair sold in our London rooms, 8th November 2017, lot 18; and a single bowl, formerly in the collection of Georg Weishaupt, sold twice at Christie's, first in London, 3rd December 1973, lot 257, and later in Hong Kong, 26th November 2014, lot 3291. Bowls of this type are also known to have the mark written horizontally in three columns, such as a pair, from the collection of Emily Trevor and John B. Trevor, Jr., first sold at Christie's New York, 19th September 2007, lot 352, and later sold in our London rooms, 7th November 2012, lot 250; and another single bowl sold in these rooms, 15th September 2015, lot 31.

Important Chinese Art

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