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PROPERTY FROM A CANADIAN PRIVATE COLLECTION

TWO UNDERGLAZE-BLUE AND COPPER-RED 'IMMORTALS' DISHES
QING DYNASTY, 18TH / 19TH CENTURY
Estimate
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608

PROPERTY FROM A CANADIAN PRIVATE COLLECTION

TWO UNDERGLAZE-BLUE AND COPPER-RED 'IMMORTALS' DISHES
QING DYNASTY, 18TH / 19TH CENTURY
Estimate
20,00030,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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TWO UNDERGLAZE-BLUE AND COPPER-RED 'IMMORTALS' DISHES
QING DYNASTY, 18TH / 19TH CENTURY
each with shallow rounded sides, the short gently tapered foot rising to an everted rim, the exterior painted with the Eight Daoist Immortals in underglaze blue against a swirling ground of stylized copper-red waves, the interior centering a medallion enclosing Shoulao and a deer against a further wave ground, cloud scrolls and a partially obscured sun above, the recessed bases glazed white with hallmarks in underglaze blue within double squares, one reading Qingyi tang zhi and the other Yanghe tang zhi (2)
Diameter 6 1/2  in., 16.3 cm
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Provenance

Weisbrod & Dy, Toronto, 1960s-1980s, and thence by descent.

Catalogue Note

The hallmarks Qingyi tang ('Hall of Blessings and Correctness') and Yanghe tang are found on porcelains from the Yongzheng to Daoguang periods. 

For dishes of this type with the Yanghe tang mark, see one attributed to the 18th century and sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 27th November 2007, lot 1692 (part lot). Another pair attributed to the Qianlong period sold in our Hong Kong rooms, 8th October 2014, lot 3128. A bowl with this pattern, attributed to the 19th century, sold at Christie's London, 11th November 2011, lot 1265. 

For pieces bearing the Qingyi tang mark and decorated in a similar manner, see a bowl and cover sold at Christie's New York, 22nd March 2012, lot 2018. Compare also a wine ewer and warmer sold in these rooms, 15th March 2017, lot 521. 

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