3324
3324
A WHITE JADE BOWL WITH A SPINACH-GREEN JADE RETICULATED 'LOTUS' STAND
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
Estimate
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3324
A WHITE JADE BOWL WITH A SPINACH-GREEN JADE RETICULATED 'LOTUS' STAND
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
Estimate
300,000400,000
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A WHITE JADE BOWL WITH A SPINACH-GREEN JADE RETICULATED 'LOTUS' STAND
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
the bowl with deep rounded sides rising from a slightly splayed short foot to a flared rim, the lustrous stone of an even white colour with faint streaks; the reticulated spinach-green jade stand with a wide quatrelobed flange decorated with a stylised lotus bloom to each lobe, all supported on a rounded splayed foot decorated with four further lotus blooms, the stone of a spinach-green colour with dark speckles
bowl 11.9 cm, 4 5/8  in.
stand 13.5 cm, 5 1/4  in.
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Catalogue Note

The simplicity of the flared form of the bowl which is carved from a flawless white stone provides an attractive contrast with the spinach-green openwork stand. This white and green jade pairing appears to have been popular at court, with variously shaped bowls surmounting similarly varied stands; see a Qianlong mark and period bowl carved with archaistic kui dragons and stand decorated with stylised lotus petals, in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in Chinese Jades Throughout the Ages. Connoisseurship of Chinese Jades. Qing Dynasty, vol. 11, Hong Kong, 1996, pl. 16; and a bowl carved with a raised double-rib band bordering the rim, supported on a reticulated stand with stylised leaves, sold in these rooms, 7th April 2015, lot 3603.

Important Jades, Ambers and Hardstones from a Distinguished Connoisseur

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