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PROPERTY FROM A JAPANESE PRIVATE COLLECTION

A 'QIANGJIN' AND 'TIANQI' LACQUER 'CHRYSANTHEMUM' DISH
MARK AND PERIOD OF JIAJING
Estimate
120,000150,000
LOT SOLD. 225,000 HKD
JUMP TO LOT
521

PROPERTY FROM A JAPANESE PRIVATE COLLECTION

A 'QIANGJIN' AND 'TIANQI' LACQUER 'CHRYSANTHEMUM' DISH
MARK AND PERIOD OF JIAJING
Estimate
120,000150,000
LOT SOLD. 225,000 HKD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A 'QIANGJIN' AND 'TIANQI' LACQUER 'CHRYSANTHEMUM' DISH
MARK AND PERIOD OF JIAJING
carved with narrow fluted sides and pointed tips resembling chrysanthemum petals, the interior decorated in polychrome lacquer and gilt incisions with a phoenix and a crane gazing at the sun, the sun enclosed with a stylised shou character, the cavetto incised and gilt with petals repeated on the underside and foot, the base lacquered black and incised in gilt with a vertical reign mark, Japanese box
21.5 cm, 8 1/2  in.
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Catalogue Note

Jiajing mark and period dishes of this type are known with a variety of designs; see a slightly larger example depicting a dragon and phoenix, in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum. Lacquer Wares of the Yuan and Ming Dynasties, Shanghai, 2006, pl. 154, together with a slightly smaller version decorated with a flower surrounded by a dragon, pl. 159; another in the Taipei Palace Museum, published in Chen Huixia, Carving the Subtle Radiance of Colors, Taipei, 2014, pl. 93; and a third, adorned with a dragon, from the Baoyizhai collection, sold in these rooms, 8th October 2014, lot 3217.

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