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PROPERTY FROM A NORTH CAROLINA ESTATE

SEVEN PORCELAIN WARES AND A PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE
TANG - QING DYNASTY
Estimate
3,0005,000
LOT SOLD. 5,625 USD
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1401

PROPERTY FROM A NORTH CAROLINA ESTATE

SEVEN PORCELAIN WARES AND A PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE
TANG - QING DYNASTY
Estimate
3,0005,000
LOT SOLD. 5,625 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

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SEVEN PORCELAIN WARES AND A PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE
TANG - QING DYNASTY
comprising a Kangxi period blue and white 'lotus' plate, the base with an underglaze blue lingzhi mark within a double-circle; an 18th century blue and white 'chrysanthemum' charger; a 16-17th century blue and white dish with freely drawn calligraphic lines and waisted rectangles on the interior; an 18th century iron-red and underglaze blue Imari bowl; an 18th century famille-rose bowl with blossoming branches; a pair of 'Hatcher cargo' Transitional period blue and white 'dragon' cups; a Tang dynasty painted pottery male attendant, wood stand (9)
Diameter of largest 15 1/2  in., 39.4 cm
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Provenance

The blue and white 'lotus' plate: Accent East Gallery, New York, 1982.
The blue and white 'chrysanthemum' charger and Imari bowl: D. C. Monk & Sons, London, 1983.
The blue and white cups: Hatcher Collection, 1983.
Christie's Amsterdam, June 1984.
The Tang dynasty painted pottery figure: Sotheby's New York, 4th June 1982, lot 80.

Exhibited

The blue and white 'lotus' plate: Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art: Selections from the Vanderbilt Museum and Other Private Collections, Vanderbilt Museum, Centerport, New York, 1983, cat. no. 23.

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