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PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT AMERICAN PRIVATE COLLECTION

A PAIR OF LARGE FAMILLE-VERTE BALUSTER VASES AND COVERS QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
Estimate
70,00090,000
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354

PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT AMERICAN PRIVATE COLLECTION

A PAIR OF LARGE FAMILLE-VERTE BALUSTER VASES AND COVERS QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
Estimate
70,00090,000
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Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

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A PAIR OF LARGE FAMILLE-VERTE BALUSTER VASES AND COVERS QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD
each of tapering ovoid form, brightly enameled with four lappet-form panels enclosing a beribboned basket overflowing with a colorful array of flowers in full bloom, above smaller panels of floral sprays rising from the foot and below shaped oblong panels reserving mythical animals, all against a black-speckled pale green ground with varying 'antiques', emblems and flowerheads, the domed cover similarly decorated and surmounted by lion-form knops (4)
Height 24 in., 61 cm
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Provenance

Collection of Edgar (c. 1880-1972) and Hedwig (c. 1893-1987) Worch, from 1938.
Collection of Luis de Errazu, Madrid.
The Chinese Porcelain Company, New York, 1999.

Catalogue Note

Closely related examples include a pair from the collection of Major-General Sir George Burns, sold at Christie’s North Mymms Paril, 24th - 26th September 1979, lot 720; a similar vase from the collection of Winston Quest, sold twice in these rooms, 2nd December 1967, lot 85 and again, 3rd June 1976, lot 476; one from the collection of F. Kreisler, included in the exhibition Ausstellung Chinesischer Kunst, Berlin, 1929, cat. no. 891; and two vases from the Peter Winkworth Collection, sold at Christie’s South Kensington, 1st April 2015, lot 106. Compare also two similar vases, but lacking the panels on the shoulders and decorated with a band of cell-work ground encircling the foot, sold at Christie’s London, 14th June 1976, lot 138, and 16th November 1998, lot 366 respectively.

Important Chinese Art

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