685
685

PROPERTY FROM A NEW YORK COLLECTION

A FAMILLE-VERTE BISCUIT OCTAGONAL STAND
QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
Estimate
8,00012,000
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685

PROPERTY FROM A NEW YORK COLLECTION

A FAMILLE-VERTE BISCUIT OCTAGONAL STAND
QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
Estimate
8,00012,000
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Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

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A FAMILLE-VERTE BISCUIT OCTAGONAL STAND
QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
richly enameled, the top with a lively pair of confronting chilong among scrolling lotus blooms issuing leaves and pads and 'draping' over four sides, partially obscuring rectangular panels of wanzi pattern openwork, above an aubergine faux bois cabriole-leg stand all supported on a conforming plinth painted with auspicious emblems, central apertures to the base and top
Height 10 in.,  25.4 cm
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Provenance

Collection of James A. Garland (1840-1902), New York.
Duveen, New York.
Collection of John Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913), New York.
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, New York.

Exhibited

Stephen W. Bushell and William M. Laffan, Catalogue of The Morgan Collection of Chinese Porcelain, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1904, Case XXV, no. cat. 662.

Catalogue Note

A pair of famille-verte biscuit stands of the same form but taller and with solid sides in The British Royal Collection is illustrated in John Ayers, Chinese and Japanese Works of Art in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen, vol. I, London, 2016, pls 505-6.  See also a hexagonal lantern similarly decorated but slightly smaller and with an openwork panel at the top, illustrated in Christiaan J.A. Jörg, Famille Verte Chinese Porcelain in Green Enamels, Groninger Museum, Groninger, 2011, cat. no. 107.

Important Chinese Art

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New York