Lot 312
  • 312

A BLUE AND WHITE 'IMMORTALS' DISH KANGXI MARK AND PERIOD |

Estimate
20,000 - 30,000 USD
Sold
60,000 USD
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Description

  • Porcelain
  • Diameter 6 1/4  in., 15.8 cm
the rounded sides rising from a straight foot to an everted rim, the interior painted in vibrant cobalt tones with three immortals accompanied by an attendant bearing peaches, all on a rocky ledge framed by pines and clouds, a crane carrying lengths of bamboo in its beak to a pavilion floating on the waves below, the exterior with a small boat and mountain peaks appearing through the mist, the base with a six-character mark in underglaze blue within a double circle, coll. no. 103.

Provenance

Marchant, London, 1987.
Collection of Bertil J. Högström (acquired in 1989).
Marchant, London, 1999.

Exhibited

Transitional Wares for the Japanese and Domestic Markets, Marchant, London, 1989, cat. no. 49.

Literature

Jeffrey P. Stamen and Cynthia Volk with Yibin Ni, A Culture Revealed: Kangxi-era Chinese Porcelain from the Jie Rui Tang Collection, Bruges, 2017, pl. 25.
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