Lot 134
  • 134

PLAT EN PORCELAINE DE LA FAMILLE ROSE DYNASTIE QING, ÉPOQUE YONGZHENG, CA. 1730 |

Estimate
6,000 - 8,000 EUR
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Description

  • Porcelain
  • 43,3 cm, 17 in.
finement et délicatement décoré au centre de Magu tenant un lingzhi, entourée d'un enfant portant sur son dos un panier chargé de pêches et d'un daim mordant une pêche de longévité, le revers incisé de la marque d'Auguste le Fort "N = I83 I"

Provenance

Collection of Augustus II the Strong (1670-1733), Elector of Saxony, Imperial Vicar and elected King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania, collection Nr. N = I83 I.

Catalogue Note

The incised inventory number N= I83 I on the back refers to the Dresden collection of August the Strong, King of Poland and Elector of Saxony (1670-1733). These marks are referred to as Johanneum Marks : Inventory marks added to porcelain belonging to the collection of August the Strong. The first inventory was made in 1721. The inventory numbers were painted in black, or cut through the glaze with a glass cutter's wheel and blackened, as our exemplary.

Compare with a dish sold in our London rooms, 8th November 2006, lot 577, and another example sold in Sotheby's Amsterdam, 2nd May 2005, lot 92, or in Christie's London, 30th April 2015, lot 111. 
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