712
712
A PAIR OF FAMILLE-ROSE 'BOYS' BOWLS AND COVERS
QING DYNASTY, DAOGUANG PERIOD
Estimate
6,0008,000
LOT SOLD. 26,250 USD
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712
A PAIR OF FAMILLE-ROSE 'BOYS' BOWLS AND COVERS
QING DYNASTY, DAOGUANG PERIOD
Estimate
6,0008,000
LOT SOLD. 26,250 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A PAIR OF FAMILLE-ROSE 'BOYS' BOWLS AND COVERS
QING DYNASTY, DAOGUANG PERIOD
each finely painted around the exterior with a continuous scene of five boys at play in a garden, with one setting off firecrackers whilst others play instruments and another flies a kite, the base and top of the cover inscribed in iron-red enamel with the four-character mark Xiezhu zhuren zao (made by the Master of the Bamboo Flute) within a square (4)
Diameter 4 3/8  in., 11.2 cm
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Catalogue Note

Compare a very similar bowl and cover inscribed with a Daoguang seal mark in iron-red, formerly in the Yangzhitang Collection, sold at Christie's Singapore, 30th March 1997, lot 255. A Xiezhu zhuren zao mark also appears on a larger ogee-form bowl, also painted with boys at play, attributed to the Daoguang period, sold in our London rooms, 9th November 2011, lot 478. 

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