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PROPERTY FROM A NEW YORK COLLECTION

A CARVED QINGBAI 'DAYLILY' VASE
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 25,000 USD
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636

PROPERTY FROM A NEW YORK COLLECTION

A CARVED QINGBAI 'DAYLILY' VASE
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 25,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

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New York

A CARVED QINGBAI 'DAYLILY' VASE
NORTHERN SONG DYNASTY
the ovoid body supported on a flared foot, surmounted by a cylindrical neck opening into a wide, six-lobed flower-shaped rim with down-turned petal tips, the body freely incised with floral blooms on leafing stems, the petals defined with combed details, the shoulder and neck encircled by double-fillets, the interior of the neck applied with radiating lines of slip, covered overall in a vitreous pale blue glaze pooling at the recesses, the base unglazed revealing the buff-colored body
Height 7 in., 17.8 cm
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Provenance

China House of Arts, New York, 1980-90s.

Catalogue Note

A pair of the same form and decoration from the Capelo Collection was sold in our London rooms 5th November 2014, lot 71. Compare also an example with a taller foliated neck, in the Royal Ontario Museum, illustrated in Stacey Pierson (ed.), Qingbai Ware: Chinese Porcelain of the Song and Yuan Dynasties, London, 2002, pl. 71 and a more ornate example in John Ayers, Chinese Ceramics in the Baur Collection, Geneva, 1999,  vol. 1, pl. 57.

Important Chinese Art

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New York