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PROPERTY FROM A VIRGINIA PRIVATE COLLECTION

A LARGE YELLOW-GROUND GRISAILLE-ENAMELED 'DAYAZHAI' BOWL
QING DYNASTY, GUANGXU PERIOD
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 25,000 USD
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PROPERTY FROM A VIRGINIA PRIVATE COLLECTION

A LARGE YELLOW-GROUND GRISAILLE-ENAMELED 'DAYAZHAI' BOWL
QING DYNASTY, GUANGXU PERIOD
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 25,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A LARGE YELLOW-GROUND GRISAILLE-ENAMELED 'DAYAZHAI' BOWL
QING DYNASTY, GUANGXU PERIOD
the deep sides rising at an angle from a slightly tapered foot to a flared foliate rim, decorated to the exterior with a bird perched on branches of wisteria and flowers, accompanied by the three characters Dayazhai, followed by a seal reading Tiandi yijia chun (Springtime in Heaven and Earth, One Family), the base with a four-character mark Yongqing changchun (Eternal Prosperity and Enduring Spring)
Diameter 9 1/8  in., 23.2 cm
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Provenance

Collection of Antoinette (Toni) Frisell Bacon (1907-1988) and Francis M. Bacon III (1900-1982), Sherrewogue, Saint James, Long Island, and thence by descent. 

Catalogue Note

See a closely related bowl of comparable size, sold twice at Christie's New York, 20th November 1979, lot 339 and 13th-14th September 2012, lot 1204. A pair of similar bowls, but smaller in size, was sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 20th March 1990, lot 719. Another from the Mount Trust Collection, is illustrated in Soame Jenyns, Later Chinese Porcelain. The Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1912), 1951, London, pl. CXV, fig. 1; and a further bowl without the foliate rim, from the Percival David Foundation, included in the exhibition For the Imperial Court. Qing Porcelain from the Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, 1997, cat. no. 21.

Important Chinese Art

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