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PROPERTY FROM A NEW ENGLAND COLLECTION

A BLUE AND WHITE 'BOYS' DISH
QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,500 USD
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663

PROPERTY FROM A NEW ENGLAND COLLECTION

A BLUE AND WHITE 'BOYS' DISH
QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

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A BLUE AND WHITE 'BOYS' DISH
QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
the interior painted with a central medallion enclosing two boys at play in a terraced garden beneath an overhanging pine bough and pierced rockwork and plants in the foreground, the boys wearing costumes of oversized robes and elaborate hats and one with a false mustache, the underside with ten further boys at play amid trees and rocks, the base with an apocryphal Jiajing mark
Diameter 5 3/4  in., 14.6 cm
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Provenance

Collection of Pauline B. (1910-2000) and Myron S. (1906-1992) Falk Jr., New York.
Christie's New York, 21st September 2001, lot 488.

Catalogue Note

Ming revival porcelains were popular in the first half of the Kangxi period. The present dish closely resembles its Jiajing imperial prototype.  A Jiajing mark and period example from the Pilkington Collection was sold recently in our Hong Kong rooms 6th April 2016, lot 34.

Important Chinese Art

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New York